I am a nutritional therapist. I come from a professional background, with my first two degrees being in computer science and then a masters in economics from the London School of Economics.
I had a passion for cooking, and went on to complete cooking courses in London at the renowned Cordon Blu and Cordon Vert. As well as travelling to Thailand, Italy, Spain and other countries to study local cuisines.
This love of food then developed into an interest in the science of nutrition and I began my next degree at the world-renowned Institute for Optimum Nutrition, also while living in London. As I studied, my fascination for the healing aspects of food bloomed, and I began to translate this new information about using food as medicine, into my knowledge of flavours and cooking.
Great health and great food go hand in hand. As a Functional-Medicine nutritionist and lifestyle educator, I teach people how to transform their health using the power of good food. I offer practical, manageable solutions that help make changes while feeling inspired and encouraged. I offer private nutrition counseling and meal planning– all designed to help you reclaim your health, lose weight and support your family’s health and growth.
My approach is to inspire fresh, creative solutions that help you work towards your health goals. I teach those women who have never learned to cook, how to get started and have fun in the kitchen, and for those who are a dab hand in the kitchen, I teach them a fresh, new perspective on preparing meals with lots of fun recipes and ingredient substitutions.
I blend the science of nutrition with the art and creativity of cooking. Practical skills that make your daily meals delicious, and nutritious too.
We all know that an apple is better for you than a candy bar – however there is so much conflicting information out there about food and nutrition, that understanding which foods are good for you and which are not, can feel quite overwhelming.
On top of that, trying to juggle the daily demands of work and family, can leave you feeling stressed about just what to do at mealtimes.
There is both art and science involved in transforming health with nutrition