Women & Children's Health
My specialisms include women & children's health.
From pregnancy to menopause, nutritional therapy can help women to rebalance their health and quite often their hormones to enable them to get back to feeling at their best every day.
A personalised approach is particularly important for establishing the key foods and supplements that will bring about effective change. When working together, expert nutrition and lifestyle advice can help women to get their energy back, improve their digestion, tackle weight and take steps towards healthy aging
Specific health conditions such as hypothyroidism, PCOS, fibromyalgia and long covid can be addressed with a research based protocol and the needs of each life stage e.g. the perimenopause will be considered to ensure your unique health and nutrient needs are safely met.
As a mum of three, family nutrition is a key part of my tool kit for helping women prioritise their nutrition, whilst also considering their family's needs.
I can provide practical information such as shopping lists, time saving tips and recipes to help you incorporate food and lifestyle changes into your daily routine, in a realistic and practical way.
Having happy and healthy children is the goal for every family, but as a mum myself, I'm fully aware that getting children to eat well can be a challenge.
From toddlers to teenagers, I work with families to help their children feel at their best and grow up to be healthy adults. On a one to one basis, I can help to tackle a range of childhood health and learning needs including: ADHD, acne, allergies, asthma, digestive problems such as constipation, eczema, fussy eating, low immunity, rhinitis and poor sleep.
Child friendly functional tests can be advised on as well as carefully chosen supplements for the fussiest of children and to help you get your child on board, fun and tasty foods will be a priority!
I offer online consultations or a face to face children's clinic at The Mersea Road Clinic, where I support a number of health and learning needs from the age of three upwards.