I’ve always been interested in people, which is why I chose to do my first degree in Psychology. However, I soon realised that my true passion was nutrition. I am fascinated and inspired by how food interacts with our bodies, and therefore I went on to complete a MSc in Public Health Nutrition. I wanted to work with clients on an individual level so I trained as a Nutritional Therapist to give me the skills and freedom to do so.
I specialise in women's health and I am particularly passionate about helping tired mums. Being a mum myself I know that the physical and mental demands of motherhood is huge, yet mums often need a bit of help prioritising themselves. I am also the author of a poetry/recipe book called "Recipe and Rhyme with the Nutrikins" which inspires young children to learn about the benefits of fruit and vegetables and get involved in some simple recipes.
I live in Surrey with my daughter and husband. I spend my free time with my friends and family and love being outside in nature. I am a lover of food; I enjoy cooking in and eating out and strongly believe life is about balance and food is here to be enjoyed.
Healthy eating is really important when it comes to our wellbeing – which is why I’ve written a book packed full of great tasting, simple recipes for the whole family to enjoy!