I’m Naturopathic Nutritional Therapist who is passionate about food, health education and well-being!
Having worked in the banking industry for over ten years, I can appreciate how hard it is to look after yourself and find that balance between a busy professional and/or family life and a healthy routine.
After being through my own health journey and struggles, I have decided to embark upon a new path and one that feels very natural to me! And I have qualified as a Nutritional therapist, after 3 years of Naturopathic Nutrition study at the Natural Healthcare College in London.
I now love using my experience and expertise to support, educate and empower my clients to take responsibility for their own health, effectively serving as a food mentor, and equip them to deal with their major health concerns and the stresses of the day-to-day life.
On a personal level, sport and food play a prominent part of my daily routine: I practice yoga regularly and I love being in the nature, walking, hiking or just enjoying a nice meal with a beautiful landscape.
My dietary advice is not meant to be an unrealistic or overly restrictive plan to be followed for a limited time only. Instead, it is intended to be practical and based on satisfying and enjoyable food which you can easily incorporate into your routine on an ongoing basis.
I follow the principles of Functional Medicine, grounded in science and medical research, and will always work with you, to ensure I respect your personal ethical principles and beliefs.
As a massive foodie myself, I am here to help you to understand more about food properties and the links between nutrition and health. It is also important that you get to treat yourself from time to time and there is plenty of room for the foods you love.
I will mentor you throughout your journey to ensure healthier habits are embedded. My aim is to get to the root cause of clients’ issues and getting to the ‘why’ of what could be driving yours.
Some of the common health issues I cover include:
Antioxidants are an essential part of a healthy diet and play a big role in terms of our overall wellbeing. These compounds are shown to help prevent and repair damage to cells and body’s tissues. But what are they exactly and how do they help...
The immune system is the body way of defending himself against infection. It is made up of a network of cells, molecules, tissues, and organs working together to fight different viruses and microorganisms that are trying to cause an infection in the body. As the...
Our body’s ability to work optimally is significantly affected by what we eat and drink. Food does much more than simply supply our bodies with energy. The food we eat is essential for cell growth, repair and maintenance and can help prevent health conditions.
Nutritional therapy provides a holistic approach to help address potential imbalances, support health conditions as well as optimising overall health and wellbeing.
Using an integrated approach, nutritional therapy looks at any underlying factors such as nutrient deficiencies as well as psychological, emotional and lifestyle stressors that may be contributing to your symptoms.
If you would like more information please get in touch.
I offer a free 30 minutes call to new clients.
I am based in Hackney in London and I also offer video consultation
Languages: English, Spanish, Italian