Bea Lyus 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.
As a mum of two and despite a busy schedule, she enjoys making delicious and healthy food, blogging about her daily meals. She enables her clients to feel good about themselves.
Bea’s clients enjoy working with her and benefitting from upgraded physical and mental health in both their professional and personal lives. She helps clients achieve the fastest results using functional testing to prepare personalised, data-driven therapy programmes. She also participates in talks about nutrition and food preparation. She has supported clients and achieved life-changing results such as: migraines have gone after 40 years, insomnia & stress diminished for a high-flyer worker, musculoskeletal’s pain which does not require painkillers anymore to name just a few. We are sure you will enjoy being supported by Bea in becoming naturally healthy inside and out.
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"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. So 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.
I love encouraging people to try healthy foods, especially those who wouldn’t normally! We also see a lot of people in the shop who are keen to eat right and take the right supplements but who are completely confused by all the information out there, so it’s great helping those people find what’s right for them as an individual. I have a love of teaching so have been doing nutrition talks, which I thoroughly enjoy. The talks have been to a variety of people, ranging from Corporate companies and local businesses, through to smaller organisations and the general public. It is such a pleasure to be able to give people practical tips and advice, to help them support their health.”
Alison is our in-house advisor offering health advice on the shop floor. You do not need to book in advance.
Abbie Rudman 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.
Abbie uses a science-based Functional Medicine approach to helping clients address their key health concerns, not just by treating disease but by investigating and identifying the root cause of symptoms and redressing underlying dysfunctions in the body. She is passionate about nutrition and how life-changing improvements in health and wellbeing can be achieved through simple changes to diet and lifestyle. As a working mum of two children, Abbie is understanding of the stressful lives we are all living and her strengths lie in working with clients to achieve results, through manageable changes that fit in with their busy lives. Abbie sees clients with a broad range of health concerns, and has a particular interest in digestive issues and hormonal health; including conditions such as hypo & hyperthyroidism, Type 2 diabetes, PMS, menopause, acne, PCOS, endometriosis.
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. She uses the Functional Medicine approach, which assesses the function of organs and body systems and how these may be impacted by nutrition and lifestyle choices.
She has first-hand experience in making nutrition and lifestyle changes so understands that recommendations need to be practical, achievable and … delicious. Gill came to nutritional therapy after years of stress and hectic lifestyle gradually led to health problems for which mainstream medicine offered no lasting solutions. Taking her health into her own hands she turned to nutritional therapy and experiencing its positive impact on her own health, decided to retrain. She follows the Paleo way of eating, involving (happy) meat, fish, fruit and lots of vegetables. Gill is passionate about fresh, natural and uncomplicated food believing this must come first. In her spare time she loves growing organic fruit and vegetables on her allotment.