Nutrition ecology examines all components of the food chain and evaluates their effects from four main points of view: human health, the environment, society and the economy.
"the state of your body and how well it works depends to a large extent on how appropriately it is nourished"
As a qualified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner I am trained to advise people with chronic health conditions or anyone who wants to improve their general health and lifestyle.
I do this holistically with the intention of preventing and supporting illness and disease by assessing the nutritional and biochemical imbalances in the body that can lead to ill health.
As Nutritional Therapists we do not diagnose or cure.
We do not replace medical advice but rather work alongside other healthcare professionals to explain any nutritional therapy programme that has been provided for you.
To learn more please visit the Naturopathic Nutrition Association
Initial consultations take about 60 minutes and involve a case history taking which helps me to search for the root cause of your illness, look at your medical history, assess your medication, go through each of your body systems with you and look at your diet.
I then spend time considering and researching your specific case history before coming up with a nutrition and lifestyle plan that would fit in with your way of life and improve your health..
Initial consultations (90 minutes) cost £60.00
Follow-up consultations (45 minutes) cost £45.00
(Cancellation fees: within 24rhs 100% | 48hrs 50
I also offer group presentations on the role of nutrition in health. These can be specific to an illness or generally to groups who would be interested in taking a few steps to improve their diet and lifestyle.
The Practice Rooms, 39 Cotham Hill, Bristol BS6 6JY
The Practice Rooms, 7A Catherine St, Salisbury SP1 2DF
I also offer Skype consultations
If you would prefer to have a short telephone conversation
before booking a consultation please call me
+44 771 471 9050
Member of General Naturopathic Council
Practitioner member of Natural Health Worldwide
Member of Slow Food UK
In my 30s I moved from my cosy life in London working at the BBC World Service to East Africa where I stayed for many years producing educational radio drama.
I finally returned to England in 2014.
Expat life hadn't looked after me too well so I then decided to take responsibility for my health and train as a Nutritional Therapist at the College of Naturopathic Medicine in Bristol for three years.
I eat real food, not fad food, and I'd like my clients to see the benefits of doing the same. I am also continuously exploring our relationship with the soil which is where, I believe, our health begins.