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My Story

As a Nutritional Therapist, I am deeply passionate about helping individuals achieve optimal health and nutrition 

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I specialise in Functional Nutrition, supporting busy women in midlife to embrace healthier, more joyful lives. My focus is on enhancing gut health, balancing hormones, and addressing persistent weight challenges. Hormonal imbalances have played a huge role, significantly influencing, and shaping various aspects of my life. Throughout these phases, I have continued educating myself about women's health through continuous research, education and proactive healthcare.

My food and lifestyle choices have played a crucial role in balancing my hormones, managing stress, improving sleep, and enhancing overall well-being. Throughout my own journey, I've curated a "toolbox" of health initiatives and ideas, adopting a holistic approach to discover and maintain my own sense of balance.

I am deeply passionate and dedicated, not only to my own well-being but also to supporting and assisting others who may find themselves on a similar journey. Offering a helping hand and a listening ear can make a significant difference in someone else's journey towards health and balance.


I am a Registered Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and a member of the British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine (BANT) and the Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC). A certified Nutrigenomics Practitioner with Lifecode Gx®

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What is Nutritional Therapy?

Nutritional Therapy uses an evidence-based scientific approach to understand how diet, lifestyle, biochemical and genetic individuality combine to determine overall health and well-being. Using the Functional Medicine model, linking the key physiological systems and pathways within the body (digestion, detoxification, immune defence, hormonal communication, cardiovascular and nervous systems) helping to map which of our body systems are out of balance and where to focus dietary and life-style interventions.

Offering support for a range of symptoms & conditions 

  • Digestive issues - bloating, constipation, diarrhoea, reflux, flatulence

  • Weight gain or loss, fluctuations in appetite, hunger & ​​cravings

  • Hormonal imbalances

  • Headaches

  • PMS & perimenopause

  • Low mood, irritability, anxiety, depression and low self-esteem

  • Fluctuating & low energy, fatigue and tiredness

  • Hot flashes, night sweats and sleep problems

  • Changing cholesterol levels

  • Poor concentration, memory and brain fog

  • Stress - feelings of overwhelm, burn-out

Using a initial case analysis and clinical health assessment to start, with easy to follow and accountable programmes, support & guidance, personal action plans, food diaries, coaching, functional testing such as stress hormones or gut microbiome, DNA testing, and much more, you can start to 

Live, Life, Better

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Health is not a destination, but a life long journey

Given the right tools, the body has an amazing capacity to heal itself and always seems to be striving for balance. By giving the body the right support in the form of wholefood and lifestyle interventions, those changes can go a long way towards putting hormones and health back into balance.

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