Do you feel overwhelmed with information, but lacking in clarity as to what is right for you and your body? My ethos is to be realistic and down to earth and cut through the confusion so you gain insight, with advice that’s tailored to your day to day life. No gimmicks, no fad diets, just an holistic approach, grounded in science, to empower you. How does that sound?
I have over 20 years of experience as a registered dietitian, in the NHS, healthcare services abroad, and in the commercial sector which have given me the opportunity to work with thousands of individuals, allowing a unique depth of understanding into the challenges many people face when exploring changes to their diet and lifestyle.
My post-graduate training in many aspects, including Behaviour Change Therapy and Intuitive Eating, facilitate us to consider all that influences your food choices, to enable you to develop a much happier, healthier relationship with food and feel truly empowered to do the best for your health.
Free discovery calls are available to book. I typically see women with PCOS, chronic dieting syndrome or those approaching the menopause. If you're done with dieting and feeling disillusioned as to what the alternative could be to help, let's have a chat.
I am passionate about cutting through the often confusing arena of nutrition, and frequently contribute to main stream press and media. I have appeared on the BBC and ITV a number of times and many radio stations.
I also deliver workplace health and well-being seminars and also support brands with PR campaigns and their nutrition content/ messaging.
Training, qualifications & experience
Since completing my degree in Nutrition and Dietetics at Surrey University in 2001 I have worked in a variety of positions within the health service in the UK and abroad. I have seen over 10,000 patients and clients offering tailored advice that is all about real life.
Post graduate qualifications in Sport and Exercise Nutrition, behaviour change therapy, and intuitive eating.
Registered / Accredited
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Health and Care Professions Council
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They keep a register of health professionals who meet their standards, and they take action if registered health professionals fall below those standards. They were created by a piece of legislation called the Health Professions Order 2001.
Registration means that a health professional meets national standards for their professional training, performance and conduct.
Free initial online session
Initial consultations start from £110.
Specialist online programmes available.
Please see my website for more details and to book a free video call.
Monday to Thursday