Bea Lyus

Bea is an experienced Naturopathic Nutritional Therapist who qualified from the College of Naturopathic Medicine in 2014. She originally graduated as an Economist with a first class degree, however soon afterwards she experienced a period of hormonal and digestive problems. Her quest for a natural, non-pharmaceutical solution lead her to study and qualify in Nutritional Therapy.

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Abbie Rudman

Abbie is a BANT-Registered Nutritional Therapist, having graduated from the British College of Nutrition and Health with distinction and a First Class Honours Degree in Nutritional Therapy from Greenwich University. Abbie also works as a nutritional therapy college tutor and nutrition consultant in the publishing industry.

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Alison Crowther

"I’m a Mum with two children, now teenagers. One of my children was born with a disability and some special needs, so I have a particular heart for anyone else who is walking that walk. I’m also a single mum, so I appreciate what it’s like to be stretched! However, I know too many of us have a similar story; of being pulled in all directions, with no time for ourselves and often under stress. My passion is to come alongside those people and show them how to incorporate healthy eating into their busy lives and support their overall health.

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Gill Rawling

Gill obtained the Institute for Optimum Nutrition’s Diploma in Nutritional Therapy, and the University of West London’s BSc in Nutritional Therapy and has been practising for 7 years. She sees clients with a wide range of health issues. Particular interests include digestive health, hormonal imbalances, weight management and autoimmune conditions.

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Joanna Kovacs

Joanna is a BANT-registered Naturopathic Nutritional Therapist, having graduated from the College of Naturopathic Medicine with distinction in 2016. Joanna specialises in children’s nutrition and feels passionate that the right diet can support a child’s health, both physically and mentally. Joanna addresses the family’s key health concerns with achievable, tasty, easy to follow plans that can be incorporated into the family’s busy life whilst supporting the child’s health.

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