I believe how we eat is an important factor in determining how we look and feel, and I'm passionate about helping people reach their goals by making simple improvements to overall health. My interest in nutrition began several years ago whilst working across a number of women's glossies and weekly magazines. As a journalist writing about health, fitness and other aspects of lifestyle, I became particularly fascinated about the influence of diet on wellbeing, and in 2009 I decided to train as a nutritionist at London's prestigious College of Naturopathic Medicine where I completed three years of studies. I now divide my nutrition work with my role as features editor of Women's Fitness magazine.
With a special interest in women's health, I offer bespoke programmes using science-based nutrition to maximise wellbeing. Everyone is different, so my approach is tailored to suit individual needs. I strive to help clients reach their specific health goals, providing the knowledge and tools for clients to continue the journey to optimum wellness by themselves.
I am a member of the British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy, (BANT) which is the professional body for nutritional therapy promoting high standards of ethics within the sector. I regularly attend seminars, courses and workshops to meet with Continuing Professional Development (CPD) requirements. This keeps me up to date with the latest research in the nutrition field and equips me with the scientific knowledge necessary to help my clients successfully achieve their health goals.