When I chose to study economics at the London School of Economics (LSE), my logic was simple: go to the best place in the world to study something that didn’t sound as vague as “business”.
My logic since then hasn’t changed much. I’m interested in cutting to the chase, getting results and not being too attached to what I “should” be doing.
Before I landed in nutritional medicine, I tried my hand at Oracle Financials, corporate communications and training - all of which gave me the perfect foundation for the career I am in now.
As patients of mine will testify, it’s not about you living on rabbit food. Rather, I’m interested in what makes you tick. I’m interested in the truth.
It’s only when I get to this can I start peeling off the layers of whatever condition you’re suffering from, and start working from the inside out – so that you have the tools to fix yourself.
There are no magic potions here; not even one. And yet the results are very often such that people are surprised at how easy recovery is, even though they’ve been struggling for years. It’s all based on a system steeped in strong scientific roots.
To that end, I am registered with professional bodies that demand the highest standards of clinical practice, including the British Association of Nutrition Therapists (BANT) and Nutritional Therapy Council (NTC), both based in the UK.
And what do I do when I’m not busy being a nutritionist? My kids and I can be found drawing on the walls, singing, lying in the garden and/or eating ice-cream.