IBS and Gut Support Specialist
Registered Nutritional Therapist
Helping you take back control of your gut health
My journey of training to be a Nutritional Therapist and a more health-conscious way of living was not triggered by my own wellbeing.
It was through seeing the challenges members of my close family were faced with. I was convinced there was another form of healthcare.
Conventional medicine can be life-saving in so many cases. For example, a car accident or a heart attack.
However, for chronic conditions, I thought there had to be another way. One that looked at the individual and took into account their lifestyle, diet, and environment.
”It’s by treating each patient as an individual and digging down to find the underlying cause of their symptoms that long-lasting changes are made.
It was during my training that I began to change my own diet.
I noticed an increase in energy and my sleep improved. These were issues I wasn’t even aware I was having. I’d simply become used to feeling tired and thought that was normal.
As I began to see clients it became very clear that supporting those living with gastrointestinal conditions such as IBS was my passion. This seemed to be the area where people felt the most frustration. Their digestion wasn’t right but no one could tell them what was wrong. I now specialise in Digestive Support.
It’s by treating each client as an individual and digging down to find the underlying cause of their symptoms that long-lasting changes are made.
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After completing an extensive nutrition training program at the College of Naturopathic Medicine I now run two practises. One in Wilmslow, Cheshire and another in central Manchester.
I am a member of the professional body BANT (British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy) and the CNHC. In addition, I have also reached the occupational standards of the NTC (Nutritional Therapy Council), which has strict codes of practice and ethics.
In such a developing and exciting field I remain focused on keeping up with emerging research. My continued growth and development as a practitioner comes through peer-reviewed research and regularly attending accredited seminars and conferences around the country.