Lara Rickard, RD, Marula Wellness
Lara Rickard is a Registered Dietitian, specialising in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome.
Lara has profound respect for the female body, appreciating how all systems within the body are integrated. Through this she aims to understand not only how & when symptoms arose but also why they arose to begin with. Lara then uses this information to provide her 1:1 clients with personalised nutrition & lifestyle recommendations to address their PCOS symptoms, and live the satisfying life they're craving.
Lara helps her clients journey from a place of fear & frustration towards their body to one of safety & empowerment - something that she considers a huge privilege.
Training, qualifications & experience
Training & Qualifications
- BSc in Dietetics
- Hompes Method Level 1 & 2
- Full Body Systems with Andrea Nakayama
- The Applied Functional Medicine Mentoring Program
- Ongoing mentoring with Steve Grant
Upon graduating, Lara worked in busy hospitals throughout the UK. Through her own PCOS journey, and fully appreciating how we can harness the power of nutrition, Lara went on to further her training. Over the years, she has helped hundreds of women around the world realise how much of a say they do have in their PCOS symptoms by supporting them to take meaningful action to address these symptoms using food & lifestyle factors.
Testimonials can be found using the following link: https://marulawellness.com/testimonials/
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