My Approach

What makes me me with Clients

My Journey

I come from a family with lots of intolerances and sensitivities and my mum inspired my curiosity and love of food. I saw how creatively she catered for everyone’s needs using the same ingredients.   This experience was incredibly useful during the time I worked with children who lived away from their families and I focussed on their wellbeing through good food; nurturing them emotionally, spiritually and supporting them to achieve developmental milestones.  New research has now provided greater insight on the important connection between our gut, brain and stomach and emotions which are all fundamental to our holistic wellbeing.

My Training

The course I choose used a Naturopathic approach and my love of whole foods and a holistic way of life.  I began my training after my second child  was 2 and learnt about biodynamic food and the health benefits of eating seasonally and how to understand the digestive system and its relationship with other major organs of the body.  

I learnt the importance of the traditional Chinese medicine and the importance of organ health and how to support clients optimise their well sing using food as medicine.  

I continue to attend relevant CPD courses, training events and Practitioner seminars as we continue to learn the benefits of natural food and the many ways we synthesise and utilise food for our better health at all the key stages of life.  

I wanted to become  better informed on the principles of good Nutrition to grow healthy children to teach them the importance of eating well.  During my training I learnt a lot about Natural Nutrition and became even more passionate about vitality rich food and helping others optimise their health and wellbeing goals.

I introduced one change at a time for myself and gradually, over the next four years, I learnt the principles of Naturopathic Nutrition which are essential to staying well and healthy. I use these still today along with my upbringing and my passion to support people thrive eating food that makes them happy.

I still love food and cook most of my meals freshly each day  – I share the principles of how I cook during my cookery classes and use a number of key ingredients to make food versatile and interesting.   All of the recipes and advice I share are based on my own dietary habits for myself and my family and my heritage as some have been handed down in my own family which uses Ayurvedic natural herbs.

My approach with my clients….

In a typical face to face consultation, I assess the individual’s general health, family and health history, any hereditary factors or illness, dietary needs, including eating habits and ask about digestive function, lifestyle and wellbeing. I look deeper than what you have been eating as I bring to my consultation years of working with people from a diverse range of backgrounds and circumstances. This help understand you.

Having this information helps me devise a bespoke wellbeing plan and we work together to make it work for you.

I give guidance and suggestions for lifestyle changes to include healing foods. I draw on my my Systemic Family Therapy and Social Work Training when supporting food related issues for people who feel stuck.

I may suggest obtaining Blood or Functional Tests to Support Clients: I work with other alternative health professionals to offer the best support I can.

Blood and Hormone Testing – can be obtained by GP’s and I am keen to work alongside health professionals for people who wish this collaboration. Food intolerance/sensitivity – testing can be arranged London Laboratories in Central London.
Female hormone – If you wish
Digestive function investigations – we work together to decide
what’s best
Comprehensive stool analysis – private
clinics offer this – again this is a choice we can make together and I work with other health professionals as agreed.

The Private Tests are provided by London Laboratories in Central London.

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