What is Ayurveda? – a very, very brief overview

What is Ayurveda? – a very, very brief overview

As a Nutritional Therapist,  I strongly believe in offering evidence-based nutritional advice, informed heavily by current research, the biochemistry of the human body and using the planet’s natural resources. My approach is evidence-based but not evidence-limited.  The science of nutrition is constantly evolving and although my aim is to keep at the forefront of research … Read More

Store Cupboard Staples – The Nutritionist’s approach to cooking during lockdown

Store Cupboard Staples – The Nutritionist’s approach to cooking during lockdown

Whilst my favourite foods are usually the fresh kind – there’s a lot to be said about the humble store cupboard. Possibly now more than ever, people are ransacking their cupboards to see what meals they can piece together whilst supermarkets are putting restrictions on how much we can buy during the 2020 Lockdown. Some … Read More

Magnesium – the miracle mineral

Magnesium – the miracle mineral

When you’re a nutrition geek (like me) you don’t just have a list of favourite foods, but you also have geek-like-wellness-crushes (Hello Rupy Aujla) and yes… favourite minerals. Top of my list at the moment is Magnesium – there’s a running joke that I’m HIGHLY likely to recommend people look into a decent magnesium supplement. … Read More

Are you drinking enough water?

Are you drinking enough water?

Most people I talk to admit that they don’t drink enough water, and for many clients I see, it’s the simple change of hydrating appropriately that makes a huge difference to their health⁠ Our body weight is approximately 60% water – it uses H20 in ALL its cells, organs, and tissues to help regulate and … Read More

Immune-boosting​ Butternut Squash & Ginger Soup

Immune-boosting​ Butternut Squash & Ginger Soup

It’s no secret; Autumn is my favourite season. The stunning colours, the crisp air, the snuggly coats & warming drinks. But by far one of the best things about Autumn is the comforting foods. Comforting doesn’t have to mean stodgy though – comforting for me is also about nourishment. It’s critical to nourish our bodies … Read More