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About me

My journey to becoming a nutritional therapist is a personal one

My journey to becoming a nutritional therapist is a personal one.

I’ve always been fascinated by the human body, especially by how all our systems connect, which is why I completed a BSc degree in Biology and Biochemistry (University of Bristol). After graduating and working in various roles, I trained as a reflexologist and massage therapist and launched my own holistic business.

Fast forward a few years and things went downhill for me during a difficult divorce. I became ill from stress. My hair and eyelashes fell out. I had eczema head to foot and scales all over my face. I developed digestive issues like diarrhoea, sickness, and bloating. I suffered from depression. I slept all night and most of the day. Showers caused me extreme discomfort. I had no choice other than to give up my business.

The day came when I decided I needed to see a nutritional therapist: I took my seat on a train and overheard two girls talking about me. ‘What’s going on with her face?’ one said. ‘She looks burnt.’ I was devastated, but the condition of my skin had deteriorated so much it was too painful to cry.

The Process

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