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Philosophy

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My Story

Like a lot of people, I spent most of my teenage years struggling with body image and incorrectly nourishing myself.

It took two degrees in Human Nutrition and a lot of hard work behind the scenes to come out the other side, but when I did, I started respecting myself and my health. I unlearnt many misunderstandings and gave myself permission to enjoy food and treat my body well. I am now passionate about sharing everything that I have learned, everything that I never learned when I was younger.

I treat this as a massive strength because I turn my experience into understanding and compassion. However, I do not want this to be my identity. My true passion lies in sustainable diets and food systems. This is my primary research area and an area I believe we can all improve on.

My Approach

It may come as a surprise, but I don't particularly care about decreasing your weight or BMI. I care about developing a lifestyle that is packed with genuinely fulfilling, nourishing, and balanced behaviours. This includes nutrition, but also movement, a social life, and stress management. However, if you have specific physique goals, I can also help get you there with evidence-based advice.

The fact that you're reading this tells me you want to start making great decisions for your wellbeing - I'm not talking about choosing salad over fries every time you go out to eat... I'm talking about respecting yourself daily with a sustainable and ENJOYABLE lifestyle that fits you. 

No fad diets, no restriction, no pressure, just taking life as it comes.

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My Process

I offer resources and programmes that aim to explore your goals, current situation, and potential barriers to change. We will reinforce your healthy habit progress and build your knowledge base and confidence. I offer programmes and group sessions with specific and carefully designed topics for all round health.

I strongly believe that giving yourself compassion and permission not to be perfect along the way is important in sustained change. I can't wait to support you with this.

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