I help women over 40 regain their energy and vitality and hit their happy weight as they navigate their way through perimenopause, menopause and beyond. I specialise in women's health and hormones and help women who are exhausted, overwhelmed and battling with their weight to look and feel their absolute best. 

In a former life I worked in the fashion industry where I worked hard and partied harder. I hit my 40’s struggling with low energy, mood and on the verge of burnout but I found a way to turn it around through diet and lifestyle changes. Now I feel better than ever and I want to do the same for you. 

After discovering the power of nutrition, I decided to retrain as a Nutritional Therapist and I spent 4 years training at the Centre for Nutrition Education and Lifestyle Medicine.

I passionately believe that good health is the key to a long and happy life and nowadays, it is my mission is to help as many women as possible live their best life. 

When you work with me crazy fad diets or calorie counting are a huge no-no. Instead, we will focus on nourishing your body at a cellular level and work with your body instead of against it. 



I’m a member of the British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine (BANT) and I am registered with the Complementary & Healthcare Council (CNHC).

I am also a member of the prestigious Institute for Functional Medicine where I completed their Applying Functional Medcine in Clinical Practice (AFMCP) training course and I am currently working towards functional medicine practitioner certification.



I’m married and a mum of 2 fabulous children and Marley the cat. I live in North London and as much as I love this city, I grew up by the sea and so will always be a beach girl at heart. Spending time by the sea makes my heart sing and I love a long stroll along the beach on a cold winter's day!

My Netflix addiction was out of control  and so I now try and spend at least some of my evenings on Duolingo learning French (I spent a year there many moons ago when I was at University), reading (I have a small addiction to buying books) or knitting. 

I love the smell of spring in the air, cut grass and freshly baked bread. My favourite home comforts are fresh sheets, roaring fires in winter, scented candles and having fresh flowers in the house. Despite being a nutritional therapist and enjoying eating well, I don’t actually really enjoy cooking so I get it if you don’t either!