I have always had a passion for health and nutrition from a very young age. I quickly recognised that what you put in your body would reflect on your mental wellbeing, mindset and attitude to life.
I chose to study at St Marys university and obtained a BSc (Hons) in Nutrition (AfN Accredited). During my degree I gained a greater understanding of food and the science behind it. My focus was steered towards the nutrient density in vegetables, specifically green leafy vegetables and the positive influences they have on the human body. I studied this further in my dissertation and explored the use of various cooking methods on green leafy vegetables and what effect each method had on the antioxidant content level.
I have now gained specific interest in weight management and now work within a weight management company, conducting client consultations, meal programmes and daily nutritional advise.
My passion is to help people achieve a happier, healthier lifestyle.
Why choose a nutritionist with a degree accredited by the Association for Nutrition?
An undergraduate or postgraduate degree accredited by The Association for Nutrition (AfN) is gold-standard when it comes to acquiring a nutrition qualification. This provides a guarantee that the nutritionist will have received evidence-based training and a qualification which is recognised by the NHS. It is important to check background qualifications when choosing a nutritionist, ensuring that they have completed the minimum of an undergraduate degree at an established university, this will ensure you receive safe and accurate advice.
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