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About Julie

I have always understood the importance of eating healthily.  I was lucky enough to have a mum who always cooked fresh food from scratch and introduced us as children to an array of different foods and flavours.  This stayed with me as I grew up and help fuel my interest in eating well.  


Having worked in the media for over 35 years I could see the effect that long working hours, stress and sitting for much of the day played in overall health. 

I discovered a love of exercise in my late 30’s and finally qualified as a personal trainer in 2012.  I soon realised that nutrition played an important role in supporting the body through rigorous exercise and if good nutrition isn’t in place then the body will struggle.


More and more I started to understand the healing power of plants and the connection of the food we put into our mouths and our health. 

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When I wanted support through menopause I knew there was very little help in traditional medicine other than HRT and anti depressants.  I wanted an alternative approach and knew the answers lie in working to support my body during this transition in a natural way and that food and lifestyle balance were absolutely key.   Supporting the body with the nutrients it needs for good health brings balance.  


I studied Nutritional Therapy at the College of Naturopathic Medicine in London including 200 hours of clinical experience and I am a registered Nutritional Therapist with BANT (British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy) and CNHC (Complimentary and Natural Healthcare Council).  


I’m lucky enough to grow my own vegetables organically at an allotment.  For me knowing where your food comes from and giving your body the nutrients it needs is essential for good health.


I hope I can work together with you to help improve your health to bring a better quality of life through the amazing power of food as medicine!

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