I view you as an individual and you will receive bespoke advice and recommendations covering (where appropriate) diet, lifestyle, supplements & test options. This is what makes the Functional Medicine approach to Nutritional Therapy really effective for different cases and ailments.
I specialise in:
- Nutritional support before, during and after cancer treatment
- Autoimmune conditions
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
However, I can still help with many other health conditions.
For details of what to expect in a session, how long they last and my costs, please check out my Terms & Conditions page.
As an evidence-based practitioner, I will be utilising any research-proven strategies to help you to regain your optimum health. Therefore, if it’s not scientifically proven to be effective and safe, then it is not considered suitable. To clarify, this is because your health, safety and well-being are always the top consideration
I am a registered member of the British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine (BANT), the professional body for Registered Nutrition Practitioners. You can therefore be assured that I am suitably qualified to at least degree level, compliant with all legal & BANT requirements and participating in ongoing continuing education events to ensure that all knowledge is totally up-to-date.
We have a new generation of chronic diseases, conditions that deteriorate over time and rarely go away. Unfortunately, current medicine often labels them ‘incurable’ and only offers symptom management. However, Functional Medicine is a relatively new branch of medicine which aims to address root causes of disease. It asks ‘Why?’ these symptoms occurred and what is their root cause. Therefore, by addressing the root cause; this not only resolves the symptoms, but prevents them from returning. As an example, the most famous Functional Meedicine practitioner in the UK is Dr Rangan Chatterjee from BBC1’s ‘Doctor In The House’.