Let's work together to solve complex (and less complex) health issues using personalised nutrition programmes. Together we will put together the right programme for you to get back to optimal physical and mental health.
The initial consultation allows us to take an in-depth look at your existing symptoms and and to discuss your health history. At this appointment we will put together the best nutritional programme to help you move forward and meet your health goals.
Stool testing, vitamin D testing, adrenal and thyroid tests, food intolerance tests, organic acid testing, comprehensive dietary analysis and meal planning are all available as additional services if required.
Get in touch if you have any questions or are wondering if personalised nutrition could help you.
Training, qualifications & experience
Fully qualified and experienced Clinical Nutritionist.
BSc Nutritional Medicine.
A certified 'Gut and Psychology/Physiology Syndrome' (GAPS) Practitioner who specialises in the impact that digestive health can have on other aspects of our health and well-being. One of the first UK GAPS practitioner's trained in the UK by Dr Natasha Campbell McBride.
British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy
The British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy is the professional body for Nutritional Therapists.
There are different BANT membership classes, including Full Member, Fellow Member and Student Member.
All BANT practitioners must have met the required standards of training, be fully insured and adhere to the BANT Code of Ethics and Practice.
Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council
The CNHC encompasses many types of alternative therapy, including massage, aromatherapy and nutrition.
In order to be admitted to the register a practitioner must have studied to the National Occupational Standards for that profession/discipline, or have reached the equivalent of the National Occupational Standards through other relevant training or at least three years of experience and been assessed by their peers.
A practitioner must also have professional insurance and agree to abide by the CNHC Code of Conduct, Performance and Ethics.
Accredited register membership
Accredited Register Scheme
The Accredited Register Scheme was set up in 2013 by the Department of Health (DoH) as a way to recognise organisations that hold voluntary registers which meet certain standards. These standards are set by the Professional Standards Authority (PSA).
This therapist has indicated that they belong to an Accredited Register.
If you have been diagnosed or suspect you may have this medical condition, 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.
The initial consultation costs £90 and follow-up consultations, when required, are £50.
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