BSc (Hons), Dip ION, mBANT

“Let food be your medicine……”

Food and drink should sustain and energize you, but the modern diet is more likely to be a contributing factor in poor health. Food choices can influence health and wellbeing through many complex mechanisms. The pressures of daily life, the easy availability of convenience foods, exposure to toxins and pollutants, or a shortage of time for exercise and relaxation may take their toll. I passionately believe that what we eat can have a significant impact on how we feel, and that even small changes to daily habits can make a difference over the long term. I hope that my enthusiasm and understanding of the links between nutrition and health will enable me to help you optimise your wellbeing, and feel your best.

How can nutritional therapy help?

We each have our own unique biochemical individuality and this can be reflected in our health, mood and energy levels. A nutritional therapist makes diet and lifestyle recommendations that will support optimal health for that individual. Scientific research is increasingly confirming links between nutritional imbalances and health; diet can influence how you feel today and how your health develops over the longer term. A nutritional consultation can help you make appropriate food choices to optimise your wellbeing.

Dietary and lifestyle changes implemented as part of a nutritional therapy programme can help support many body systems. I have worked with clients with digestive, hormonal, immune, and other imbalances, as well as those seeking assistance with weight loss or energy levels. I have a particular interest in digestive health, autoimmune disorders and hormonal imbalances including thyroid conditions and infertility.