What is Nutritional Therapy?

Nutritional Therapy involves investigating and addressing the root causes and drivers to provide personalised nutrition and lifestyle guidelines

Why Nutritional Therapy works

You know that pesky persistent dry skin, or the diabetes diagnosis we put down to genes, or the fatigue and mood swings we blame on 'hormones'? Well that’s not normal. And we don’t just have to put up with it. The food we eat is much more than just an energy source; it can heal, soothe, energise and repair - and best of all, we’re in control of it.

In a time where the NHS is under so much pressure from the increase of diagnosed illnesses such as obesity, heart disease, diabetes, hormonal imbalances, anxiety and depression we need to recognise that a one-size-fits-all approach is not working. Through increased availability and accessibility to information and services we can provide people with the ability to make the right decisions for their health.

What's Involved?


As a qualified and accredited Nutritional Therapist (CNM Dip. BANT CNHC) I have been trained to understand how the nutrients and other components of the food we eat impacts and influences how well (or not) our body and mind works.

A Nutritional Therapist takes a patient centred approach - I put you first and understand what your goals are from coming to see me. This is opposed to addressing the symptoms and trying to mask them by putting your disease or condition first.

By focusing on you and the bigger picture this allows me to really get under your skin and understand the whole journey of your condition; When did it start? Did it correlate with something else going on in your life at that time? What makes the symptoms worse or better? How does it make you feel?

As you can imagine to get the full picture requires a lot of digging, so yes we might spend 5 minutes talking about your poo habits, but on the bright side we spend the next 85 minutes talking about everything else.

What service is for you?

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