Lily Soutter BSc (Hons) Nutrition, Dip ION, mBANT, CNHC

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.

 

My extensive knowledge of the science of food and health enables me to help you be the healthiest version of you

Once I had seen how powerful food can be to health I decided to train at one of the best Universities to obtain a Food and Human Nutrition degree. I was especially attracted to the large amount of research that Newcastle University conducted, and their high focus on evidence based science. I was awarded the Sage Faculty for Excellence Scholarship on an annual basis whilst at University. 

I then went on to train as a Nutritional Therapist at the Institute of Optimum Nutrition to help coach individuals on how to obtain optimal health. I am a member of BANT, the professional regulating body for Nutritional Therapy. I am also CNHC registered, the regulating body for complementary therapists.

I regularly write articles for The Times, The Telegraph, The Independent, The Daily Mail, Cosmopolitan and Women's Health.

TV work:
Jan 2017 -  ITV's prime time health series 'Save Money; Good Health' with Dr Ranj Singh
Dec 2016 - The Chrissy B Show, interview on how to stay healthy over Christmas.
Feb 2017 - The Chrissy B Show, interview on how food can affect mood
Feb 2017 - The Chrissy B Show, interview on children's nutrition

Radio:
Jan 2017 - TALKradio discussing food trends 

I see clients from Chelsea and The Portobello Clinic, a private medical practice based in Notting Hill.