My passion for health and nutrition stems back from when I was a child suffering from chronic psoriasis. No medical treatment seemed to help me and by my teen’s I was determined to do something about it. I cleaned my diet up with the advice from a Nutritionist. This was the first time in my life my psoriasis did not appear and has stayed in remission since.
Once I had seen how powerful food can be to health I decided to train at one of the best Universities to obtain an AfN accredited Food and Human Nutrition degree. I was especially attracted to the large amount of research and studies Newcastle University conducted, and their high focus on evidence based science.
I then went onto complete a further 2 year nutritional therapy diploma at the Institute of Optimum Nutrition to help coach individuals on how to obtain optimal health.
Over the years I have seen many clients both in and out of the workplace. A large portion of these clients have come to me after forgoing attention to good nutrition, sleep and exercise – usually to create efficiency within their lives. This makes total sense as surveys have shown that 49% of Brits find it challenging to eat a balanced diet when they’re busy!
But does this really make us more efficient throughout the day? When the vast majority of evidence links a well rounded and balanced diet to stronger mental focus, memory, energy, mood, weight management, sleep and even prevention of long-term chronic problems, we may ask why we don’t may more attention to our diet. In reality you could know everything there is to know about nutrition yet still not implement change.
My role it to provide the education and tools you need to make pratical, sustainable and positive dietary changes no matter how busy you are. Whether your goals are to improve energy, digestion, immune regulation, hormonal balance or even weight management. Ultimately improved efficiency at work can cut down working hours leaving us with more time to create success in our personal life.