Personal plans to fit your needs

You are an individual with your own set of circumstances, stresses and health concerns. I work closely with you to ensure your health programme is tailored specifically for you.

Body and mind health

I look at the body as an interconnected whole, and recognise the importance of these connections in health and disease.

Food for the heart

The key to our wellbeing, how we feel and how we look is the food we eat and the lifestyles we lead.

Nutrition strategy

Weight loss with a focus on nutrient dense foods rather than counting calories

Menu planning

Planning is the key to success - I can help with recipe ideas and strategies to make eating healthier easy and achievable

What does a nutritional therapy consultation involve?


You will be provided with explanations of dietary and lifestyle factors that may be contributing to any symptoms and a personalised dietary and lifestyle programme designed to meet your individual requirements.

Dietary supplements may be recommended, when necessary or potentially beneficial to boost the nutritional programme, based on both scientific evidence and your specific needs or, in some cases, following analysis of any functional test results. If a client is on medication, a check will be made for any potential drug-nutrient interactions.

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Eat well, feel well.

Nutritional therapy is recognised as a complementary medicine and is relevant for individuals with chronic conditions, as well as those looking for support to enhance their health and wellbeing. Conditions that may be positively supported through nutrition

  • Digestive issues
  • Hormone issues – PMS, Menopause, Thyroid
  • Blood sugar control
  • Weight management
  • Chronic Fatigue
  • Allergies and Intolerances
  • Skin Conditions
  • Preconception and fertility
  • Stress management
  • Mood imbalances

Female Health.

In the modern age, we are surrounded by chemicals – and this has an impact on our hormones. Nutrition can help to lessen this impact, rebalance things and get you feeling more on an even keel. Nutrition can positively impact

  • PMS
  • PCOS
  • Menopause
  • Pre-conception
  • Pregnancy
  • Fertility

Digestive Health

The key to good health is looking after your gut. More and more research is showing just how important it is to nourish your microbiome (all the billions of bacterial friends that reside in our colon) – you are what you eat, but increasingly, you are what your bacteria produce. Nutrition can have a positive impact on

  • IBS
  • Reflux/Heartburn
  • Constipation
  • Bloating
  • Other digestive disorders

Ways to get motivated.

Let your health be your motivation. While weight loss may be a beneficial side effect of providing our bodies with the right nutrition, health, energy and vitality are key motivators. Would you like

  • Increased energy?
  • Better sleep?
  • Clearer skin?
  • Better mood?

There is no better motivation than feeling great!

Energy and vitality.

The pace of modern life seems to increasing all the time. Sometimes it’s hard for our bodies to keep up and we end up eating on the go, choosing convenience over quality. This eventually may lead to our bodies not functioning optimally, resulting in chronic disease. By providing the correct nutrition and lifestyle strategies, we can feel revitalised and ready to take on the world!

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