Angela studied her three year Diploma in Naturopathic Nutritional Therapy at the College of Naturopathic Medicine (CNM). She is member of BANT which is the leading professional body of Nutritional Therapists and require members to follow a strict code of conduct, ethics and continuous professional development and training. Angela is also qualified in a wide range of massage therapies.
Diploma in Naturopathic Nutritional Therapy from the College of Naturopathic Medicine, Edinburgh
BANT (British Association of Nutritional Therapists)
Nutritional Therapy is the application of nutrition science in the promotion of optimal health. It identifies nutritional and biochemical imbalances in the body that lead to ill health. Nutrition and lifestyle approaches to healthcare have been shown to support the health of all the major systems of the body. Typical priorities in nutritional therapy consultations include support to achieve optimum energy levels and gastrointestinal health, maintaining a healthy blood sugar balance, supporting emotional and psychological wellbeing, and better understanding tolerance levels to a broad range of food groups.
Nutritional Therapy is recognised as a complementary medicine and is suitable for individuals with chronic conditions, as well as those looking for support to enhance their health and overall wellbeing.
Nutritional Therapy works holistically on all interlinking systems of whole body and is more than about more than just eating the right foods. It works to correct any personal vitamin and mineral deficiencies, ensuring these are digested and absorbed properly to promote optimal health. Nutritional therapy aims to get to the root cause of symptoms (as opposed to putting a sticking-plaster over them) and to support the body to maintain health.
Nutritional Therapy can support with a wide range of health concerns, including:
Registered Nutritional Therapists use a wide range of tools to assess and identify potential nutritional imbalances and understand how these may contribute to your symptoms and health concerns.
Prior to the initial assessment you will be provided with:
You’ll be asked to complete and return these documents 2 days before your first appointment so that they can be reviewed beforehand. At the initial appointment, you and your Nutritional Therapist will assess how each system of your body is working and discuss appropriate and achievable changes to make. You will then be sent a nutritional plan and supplement recommendations which is personalised to you and your specific needs (rather than a more common 'one size fits all' approach).
Follow up appointments are generally 4 weeks after the initial assessment. You may benefit from multiple follow up appointments depending on your personal circumstances.
Recommended changes can be made gradually or all at once; you set the pace.
A full range of biochemical tests can be accessed alongside a nutritional therapy consultation.
These tests may be appropriate in supporting the development of a more targeted and personalised nutrition plan.
Please note that the above tests are only offered alongside a nutritional therapy consultation to ensure accurate interpretation of results. Accessing the most appropriate tests can be discussed after the initial consultation, where a full health history is taken.
Nutritional therapy interventions work alongside other complementary therapies as well as conventional medicine.
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I had been in the fashion industry for 20+ years and always felt there was a deeper and more meaningful aspect to life. This prompted me to embark on learning and understanding about nutrition and the effects that it has on the mind, body and spirit. The stresses of modern life, which I experienced in my previous role, have motivated me to support people holistically through naturopathy and nutrition. I am passionate about helping people take control of their health and wellbeing."