I trained with the College of Naturopathic Medicine in London to become a qualified Nutritional Therapist. I am a member of the NNA. I have a special interest in achieving optimal health and finding the best ways to add more years to our lives and better life to our years by learning from the wisdom of the ancients and finding ways to apply it in our lives. I'm on a mission to help people find solutions that work really effectively for them. The field of nutritional science is one that is constantly evolving and I enjoy researching the factors that contribute to healthy longevity to achieve an essentially better you.
I’m the second oldest of ten children and the daughter of an organic dairy farmer and horticulturist. Growing up I became very aware of the importance of eating a healthy diet. Much of what we ate was produced on the farm: raw organic Jersey milk, vegetables, fruit and eggs.
My parents sourced high quality ingredients such locally produced meat and fish. My mother cooked from scratch and even baked all the bread for the family.
We ate very little sugar and as children we rarely saw a doctor. We had the usual childhood illnesses and my father followed naturopathic principles in looking after us to support our wellbeing as a family.
The Development of a Lifelong Passion
An awareness of prevention being the best cure has stayed with me all of my life. As the mother of four children I wanted to make sure I was doing the best for them. Researching natural health and nutrition has always been a passion and whenever a health problem has presented itself I have always sought more than one opinion, in the first instance choosing natural treatments to support the body in healing itself.
Over the years I have accrued a wealth of knowledge resulting in a desire to study and gain a qualification in order to help others on their journey to optimal health.
Having completed a 3 year diploma course at the College of Naturopathic Medicine in London I work with individuals who are seeking natural ways of addressing health concerns.