& The Healthologist
I am a qualified and registered Nutritional Therapist with a diploma from the College of Naturopathic Medicine in London. I am registered with The British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine (BANT) and with the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC). I am also a qualified phlebotomist and trained in the NHS doing various blood draws. I have also undertaken the Practitioner Nutrigenomics Programme from LifeCode GX.
I have a keen interest in women’s health, particularly focusing on hormone-related issues. I feel very passionate about helping my clients understand more about their health and appreciate the importance of nutrition and lifestyle for their wellbeing. I feel it is key that clients understand the reason why they are making changes, as understanding often helps bring engagement and long-term change. My approach is driven by personalised health through the science of nutrition and how a targeted approach for each person is important to help support them through their health journey.
I also support two well established and successful Women's Health Clinics in the UK. This has allowed me to extend my knowledge and adapt my skills as a practitioner utilising the vast experience from multi-disciplinary team approach.
Areas of Focus
- Women’s health-related conditions, such as PMS, PCOS, PMDD, peri-menopause and menopause
- Broader hormone-related issues, such as hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism (including autoimmune thyroid disease), adrenal dysfunction and insulin resistance
- Digestive related issues, such as IBS and SIBO
- Mental health & wellbeing issues, such as anxiety, cognitive health and ‘brain fog'
Invest in how you fuel your body and you are bringing a whole new dynamic to yourself.
One of my first realisations was that disease is not the problem, it is the environment that we bathe our cells in that is the problem. From this understanding, I knew I could make better choices. Illness and ageing are inevitable, but we can be better equipped to deal with them.