About Me

Who Am I?

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I’m a registered Associate Nutritionist (ANutr) and wellness advocate who deeply cares about helping people feel connected with and confident in their bodies, to support nourishment of physical health, mental health and emotional well-being. Registration with the Association for Nutrition, the only professional body regulating nutritionists in the UK, shows that I’m held to the highest standard of evidence-based practice.


Since developing a special interest in non-diet nutrition and intuitive eating – a flexible, adaptive eating style that nurtures connection between body and  mind – it became clear to me how important it is to get curious about the choices we make in life to nourish our sense of well-being and overall health.

What Do I Do?

Having given up my fair share of brain power to critically analysing every aspect of my diet and exercise routine intuitive eating came as a breath of fresh air. It gave me the freedom to dedicate more energy to something useful, rather than what I would eat for dinner. This new-found freedom I use to help release others from the restrictive nature of the diet mentality. Every person is the expert in themselves and connecting to what your body really wants and needs, rather than what the latest fad diet dictates, is overwhelmingly empowering.

Head to How I Can Help You for more on what one-to-one intuitive eating coaching can help you achieve.

If you want freedom from energy-sucking diets and to really respect the body you have contact me for a free 15 minute confidential call to see how intuitive eating can change your life.

Health At Every Size

I’ve also signed, and advocate for, the Health At Every Size® (HAES) pledge showing I’m entirely committed to helping people of all shapes and sizes find compassionate ways to support their health and well-being. The HAES movement aims to advance social justice by creating a respectful and inclusive community for those who want to celebrate body diversity and challenge well-outdated cultural assumptions about health.

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