Naturopathy & nutrition

Naturopathic medicine goes back thousands of years and draws from wisdom of many great civilisations. Indian Ayurveda, Chinese medicine and Greek philosophy (Hippocrates), all promote use of foods as medicine. Intuitive and traditional understanding and use of good nutrition have always been connected to vibrant health and longevity.

Naturopathy believes in our bodys’ self-healing and self-regenerating ability. It encourages finding the underlying cause of ill health, rather than suppressing symptoms. Symptoms are seen as the way our body communicates to us to take action. We can help by nurturing and nourishing, resting or moving, or maybe changing the way we think.

Quality foods, nutrients and avoiding of toxins are considered a powerful way to support healthy physical body, encourage clear mind and balance mood. Today, naturopathic nutrition is an integrative part of science-based functional medicine, and is shown to have impact on reversing poor health, from as little as reducing severity of a single symptom to gaining whole new vitality.


Nutritional Therapists are not permitted to diagnose and treat any medical condition. Any advice given by Nutritional Therapists does not replace the advice or treatment of your GP or Medical Professional.  You are responsible to inform your GP or Medical Professional that you are working with a Nutritional Therapist.  You are obliged to inform your Nutritional Therapist of any changes to your medication, supplementation or health during the time working together.

Examples of conditions known to be helped by nutrition therapy:

Chronic conditions
Inflammation and pain
Allergies and intolerances
Depression, Stress, Anxiety
Sleep problems
Diabetes and Blood Sugar Imbalance
Fatigue and Chronic Fatigue
Female Health 
Hormonal problems
Migraines and Headaches
Skin problems

I learned about naturopathic nutrition and gained my qualification from the College of Naturopathic Medicine which is one of the UK’s largest, highly-respected natural medicine training providers, with colleges in London, Belfast, Birmingham, Brighton, Bristol, Edinburgh, and Manchester.