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I believe in a considered approach, using science and research to establish the underlying causes of ill-health.

Getting to the root cause, not just treating symptoms, may take a little time, but is more effective in the long run!

You are unique - your genetics, your biochemistry, your lifestyle and your experiences - and so your nutritional support programme is tailored to you. 

Practicality is important - what we agree on has to be do-able in your lifestyle, fit your pocket, and your cultural ethos.

I love good food, and aim to inspire you to enjoy tasty and nutritious ideas as part of your healthy eating plan.


I am a degree qualified Nutritional Therapist with a First Class BSc (Hons) in Nutritional Therapy from Middlesex University and the Centre for Nutrition Education.

I am also a Certified NLP Practitioner (Neuro Linguistic Programming). NLP is one of the coaching tools I use to help people make positive changes in their lives.

                              Photo by: Samantha Falconer


My background is in electronic engineering and IT, where I spent over 17 years working in various areas, including technical support, R & D, distribution and manufacturing.

I have experienced, first-hand, the stress effects of a demanding job: balancing office, home and travel. 

And importantly, I learned the benefits of supporting my own health using nutrition.               

Now, in addition to my clinic work, I lecture at the Centre for Nutrition Education on the Middlesex University undergraduate Degree programme, where I also mentored mature students going back into full-time education.

Professional Memberships:

Being a member of the following organisations means that I am bound by a Code of Ethics:

British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy  (BANT)  Full Member

Royal Society of Medicine  Senior Associate Member

Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC)  Registered

You can be be confident that I'm required to be fully insured, and constantly make sure that my information is up-to-date, which I do by attending post-graduate training courses and seminars, as well as by doing my own research.