Caroline Innes BSc (Hons) Nutrition & Health Sciences
01325 465674 / 07934 491091
I started to work as a complementary practitioner in 1999, and recognised that many of my clients' health issues were connected to food. I decided to study nutrition in depth, and took a degree in Nutrition and Health Sciences at the University of Teesside.
After completing my degree in 2005, I set up Foodworks to provide practical, realistic nutritional advice and support. Whether you want to lose weight, eat more healthily or learn new cookery skills, I can help you achieve your goals. My advice and support are based on your needs, lifestyle and budget. You can learn how to establish long term healthier eating habits and regain your positive attitude towards food. My emphasis is always on practical ideas and realistic advice, to help you make the changes you would like to make.
As a complementary practitioner, I like to combine a person-centred, holistic approach with the scientific basis behind nutrition. I make sure that all my advice is supported by current research, and hope to dispel many of the food-related myths and scare stories that we encounter.
I also work part time as a complementary practitioner for County Durham and Darlington NHS Trust in their haematology and chemotherapy units.
Training, qualifications & experience
I have a first class honours degree in Nutrition and Health Sciences from the University of Teesside, and have worked as a complementary practitioner since 1999. As well as working with individuals, I have also provided nutritional expertise for organisations such as West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service, Redcar & Cleveland Council, EDF Energy and Hinchingbrooke Hospital in Huntingdon, where I am a regular speaker at their community cancer network conferences. I also run short courses and workshops for individuals and groups to enable them to make more informed food choices.
Areas of nutrition I deal with
- Anaemia *
- Balanced diet
- Cancer *
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME *
- Coeliac disease
- Constipation *
- Crohn's disease *
- Diarrhoea *
- Digestive problems *
- Healthy eating
- High blood pressure *
- Iron deficiency anaemia *
- Irritable bowel syndrome *
- Menopause *
- Obesity *
- Osteoporosis *
- Polycystic ovary syndrome *
- Pregnancy and preconception
- Premenstrual syndrome *
- Thyroid problems
- 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.
Individual Nutritional Advice and Support - £52 per session.
Cookery Tuition - £24 per hour for groups up to 4 people.
Cookery Tuition - £32 per hour for groups 5-8 people.
Courses, workshops and consultancy fees by arrangement.
Type of session
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Appointments can be made for both daytime and evenings from Tuesday to Thursday. I am also available on Saturdays between 10.00 and 4.00pm.