Nutritional Therapy

Our fully qualified Nutritional Therapist offers healthy eating plans and dietary advice. She works closely with clients to produce a bespoke nutrition plan to help them to achieve their weight and nutrition goals.

We understand the challenges that come with trying to feed your family a healthy diet as well as appeal to the fussy eaters, and even deal with multiple food allergies and intolerances.

All too often people feel too tired, stressed and busy to devote any time to themselves, least of all to what they or their children eat. And that’s not forgetting the parents themselves who are struggling to stay fit and healthy and all with zero energy. Whilst this is normal for some – it doesn’t have to be this way!

Even if none of these apply to you and you would just like to ensure that you’re getting enough nutrients for your lifestyle, we offer a comprehensive diet analysis and nutritional therapy programme.

Our aim is to help people to eat better for the long-term. It’s easy to forget that food can make us look and feel better – without making us feel guilty or committing us to several hours a day in the kitchen. Clients leave their nutrition consultation armed with a straightforward food plan they can put into action.

Areas of nutrition I deal with

Adults and elderly adults
Anaemia *
Balanced diet
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME *
Coeliac disease
Constipation *
Crohn's disease *
Diarrhoea *
Digestive problems *
Eating disorders *
Eczema *
Fibromyalgia *
Food allergy and food intolerance
Healthy eating
Healthy hair
Heart disease *
High blood pressure *
High cholesterol *
Infants and pre-school children
Irritable bowel syndrome *
Menopause *
Migraine *
Obesity *
Osteoporosis *
Polycystic ovary syndrome *
Pregnancy and preconception
Premenstrual syndrome *
Psoriasis *
Rosacea *
Schoolchildren and teenagers
Skin health and conditions *
Tiredness *
Weight gain
Weight management
Women's nutrition

* If you have been diagnosed or suspect you may have one of the medical conditions starred above, you should consult your GP for advice, diagnosis and treatment and always inform your health professional before starting any alternative or additional therapies, treatments or making any major changes in your diet or exercise programme.

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