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I am a Nutritional Therapist and Hypnotherapist based in North-West London. My passion is to empower you with the tools to achieve your wellness goals.  My motto is, “eat well, feel better”, and that is exactly what I aim for you to do.  I can work with both your nutrition and your limiting beliefs, either together or separately.  I am one of the few people in the world who is qualified to do this.

Please explore this site to see how I can work with you through:

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I am happy to see my nutrition and hypnotherapy clients in their own homes, saving you the inconvenience of a journey.  I am often able to work flexible hours to suit you, so please feel free to discuss your needs with me.

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If you would like to discuss your individual needs in more detail, please feel free to contact me.  I am always happy to have a free, no-obligation telephone conversation with you, so that you can find out more about what I offer, and how we will work together.


Childhood obesity infographic

Childhood Obesity Strategy: Not a magic bullet; may be missing a trick

Last week the Government launched its long-awaited Childhood Obesity Strategy.  Cue MPs on both sides of the house dismissing the strategy as ineffective, and social media trolls decrying the role of the nanny state and demanding that parents take responsibility for removing junk from their child’s diet, or risk their offspring being taken into care.

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Heart made of sugar

Cut the Sugar in Children’s Diets to Prevent Heart Attacks?

A study published in the journal ‘Atherosclerosis’ is making headlines this week (1).  According to press articles (the original article isn’t available for public viewing yet), substituting starchy carbohydrates for sweet ones can improve some of the key markers for heart disease in children in just 9 days (2).
As someone who makes a living from

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