In today’s hectic world, there is more information than ever about what we should and shouldn’t be eating. The messages about nutrition can be conflicting and confusing and it’s no wonder that many people are unsure about what to eat!
Coupled with that, many of us are juggling multiple priorities and are struggling with health conditions and symptoms that have a real impact on our quality of life.
I’m a firm believer that investing in our health is key to achieving our goals, whether those are about our physical condition, mental well-being or feeling a sense of balance. Nutrition plays a key role in underpinning good health, and understanding what works for you can be life changing.
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As a Registered Nutritional Therapist, I can support you in reaching optimal health. Whether you have a specific health concern or are just looking for general advice on feeling your best, I will work with you to put together a practical and individualised plan for good health.
As a passionate foodie, I believe that we should all be eating in a way which helps us feel our best, fits in with our lifestyle and, most importantly, is enjoyable!
I am registered with the CHNC (Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council) and am a member of BANT (British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine).
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