About Kay

My Story

Since childhood I suffered with constant mouth ulcers which continued into adulthood.  They were not only painful but they began to affect my daily life; reducing my confidence and shying me away from conversations.  Similarly, a family member had skin issues as a child – doctors were unable to resolve the issue and, eventually, complementary medicine was used.  This was the only successful treatment.  With this in mind, I approached my condition with the same route as I strongly believe in its positive effects.  It was suggested that my diet may be the contributory factor, being something that I could control in the long term, and this is where my personal journey began.  

With the help of the practitioner, I not only changed my diet but carried out lots of research as to why and how my body responded to certain types of food.  I was surprised to find that not only did my mouth ulcers heal and disappear, but I also experienced many other positive benefits;  reduced bloating and stomach cramps, headaches ceased, and I had increased energy.  I thought that these symptoms were normal (well… they were to me) but now I
know how they are linked.  I became more in-tune with my body and knew exactly which foods would affect me.  With the ulcers gone, this massively improved my confidence levels.  


Over the years, I became interested in health – why do people become ill? – How does illness develop?  Curiosity led me to research such issues in my own time, however, this was not enough.  My interest and passion inspired me to undertake a three year course with the renowned College of Naturopathic Medicine.

Although many of my symptoms had disappeared, it was during this stressful time in my life (balancing a job, home life, family and the course) that my energy levels were low.  During my training, it appeared that I had some other underlying issues that were impacting my energy levels.  This led me to undertake functional tests and, as I thought, I had toxicity issues, some of which were totally  unexpected!  Tests also revealed hidden digestive issues as well as the inability to utilise nutrients for energy, these were the reasons for my my recent tiredness.  With my knowledge, training and clinical experience, I was able to put into practice my own nutritional plan using the tools I developed along the way, to help rebalance my body.


More about Kay

A three year Nutritional Therapy course with the renowned College of Natural Medicine has equipped Kay’s ability to support most health issues.

In addition to this, Kay believes it is important to keep up-to-date with the ever changing science, and continues to increase her knowledge and development through training courses, seminars and mentorships throughout the year.

Kay is also an Assistant Clinical Supervisor assisting students in clinics at the College of Natural Medicine in Bristol.

Let me guide, support, and educate you to restore your health and wellbeing

Accreditations and Professional Memberships

Diploma in Nutritional Therapy

Member of British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine (BANT)

Member of the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC)

Member of the Association of Naturopathic Practitioners

Member of General Naturopathic Council

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