Finding your way back to health

I’m a highly qualified and experienced nutritional therapist and life coach with a post-graduate qualification in Personalised Nutrition. I have a particular interest in metabolic disorders like diabetes and obesity, and a specialist focus on breast cancer, applying everything I’ve learned both personally and professionally from fourteen years of clinical practice, and twenty years of breast cancer survival.

My Three Steps to Health programme is a comprehensive nutrition and lifestyle review, designed to provide highly personalised support to women diagnosed with breast cancer who want to feel as healthy and happy as possible during treatment and beyond. I place great emphasis on identifying individual risk factors and creating a personalised diet and lifestyle plan that doesn’t add to the high stress levels that clients are already experiencing.

I have achieved an advanced level of academic and professional competence. In 2016 I completed a postgraduate certificate in Personalised Nutrition with CNELM, and in 2017 I became a registered Functional Medicine practitioner. I graduated from ION in 2004 and I’m registered with BANT and CNHC and accredited by the NTC.

I see clients at home in Kent and also via Skype and FaceTime, allowing me to help clients all over the world. You can find out more about me over here, and learn about my approach by following the blog, cooking the recipes, and keeping an eye out for updates on Facebook. When you’re ready, please get in touch to tell me about yourself or make an appointment or book a free exploratory chat with me here.

At the current time in the UK it is illegal for anyone who is not a doctor to claim to treat or prevent cancer or to give advice about cancer treatment. The information, recipes and suggestions shared on this site are written for a wide audience and should not be construed as personal recommendations; neither are they intended as an alternative to medical advice.

The plethora of books and advice out there is confusing to say the least.  Your ability to distil the latest research and give sensible practical advice on how to make changes to our diets I personally find invaluable.


You helped me see that there are things you can do to help yourself and you know what changes to make if you give yourself enough time, thought and kindness.