My interest in nutrition comes from a simple place: a lifelong love of food. When I was pregnant with my first child 7 years ago I began researching how the way that I ate could support a healthy pregnancy. This interest developed and, during my second pregnancy, I knew that I wanted to learn as much as I could about the health benefits of great food and so started a three year diploma course at the College of Naturopathic Medicine in London to qualify as a registered Nutritional Therapist.
What I love about nutritional therapy is that we consider the whole body, not just the issues a client might be concerned about, and then create sensible, achievable (and delicious) personalised programmes that support our clients to better health. For some this might mean supporting a client with a long-term illness while for others it could be kick-starting a healthier lifestyle. I am big believer in long term solutions and giving my clients the tools to achieve them. The most common health issues I deal with include digestive health, stress, fatigue and pre and post-natal support.
I am Danish and I have lived in London for 14 years, after arriving to study for my first degree in Marketing. I now live in South East London with my partner and 2 children.