Thank you for stopping by!
You may be here seeking guidance on how to eat and feel better – well my friend you’ve certainly come to the right place!
Through studying nutrition and overcoming my own battles, I’m here to help you do the same.
Not only by using dietary suggestions as a Nutritional Therapist, but also by creating simple positive lifestyle habits and help throw away the ones not serving you.
I pride myself to be personable and approachable. Ensuring you feel at ease and safe without feeling intimidated, embarrassed or judged. To have an open and honest conversation about your concerns and goals to create a life of balanced wellbeing.
A word thrown around these days and often in conjunction with wellness – but what is it?
To help… Wellbeing is a word to describe the state of being comfortable, healthy and happy. To create balance and peace in one’s self.
So instead of the all or nothing approach or going on a diet, I believe in living your life, healthy and balanced.
Our mind is powerful and is the key to any success. Where the mind goes, energy flows and we can achieve anything that we set our minds to.
My story goes back a long time. A classic tale we’ve heard time again of overanalysing weight and starting a diet every Monday.
I find it difficult doing things without understanding why I’m doing them (which itself was part of my problem). ‘Just do it’ as Nike says was not in my vocabulary. Instead I had to overcomplicate and make things difficult for myself.
So… long story short. I decided to throw myself into a 3 year Nutritional Therapy Diploma to find out more and finally establish a balanced relationship with food.
My passion to help create wellbeing in people’s lives coupled with my innate ability to listen to people’s problems, fuels my motivation to share my experiences and knowledge to help you.
It’s what I feel my purpose is and really look forward to helping make some great positive changes in your life!
Weight & Wellbeing
Let the numbers go –
from dress sizes to
We constantly validate ourselves by the number on the scales to the dress size we buy. Which can be very ‘off the scale’ (pardon the pun :).
The number on the scales isn’t an accurate perception of you. It can change daily and doesn’t take into consideration just the fat content, but also everything else such as our bones, water etc.
It’s easy to forget sometimes that clothing manufacturers all work differently. One size in one shop can be very different to another. As long as it fits and you feel great – forget the size on the label!
I’m a firm believer in the 80/20 rule. After all, life is for living and when we start feeling deprived, we feel frustrated and bored. Making a quick return to our old ways reaching for the nearest chocolate bar for comfort.
That’s why I believe you can make some new habits but still enjoy your life. If you fancy a glass of wine – have it. If you at a birthday party, have some cake. Enjoy! You’ll enjoy it more if you don’t have it every day!
I completed 3 years training as a Nutritional Therapist, including one year’s clinic practice training in functional medicine. Accessing the symptoms and underlying causes of health concerns at the prestigious London College of Naturopathic Medicine.
Certificate in Personal Training Level 3 from Premier Global NASM.