Lisa is our experienced nutritional therapist with a demonstrated history of working in the field of health, nutrition, psychology and wellness, sharing knowledge with everyday people from all walks of life in local health food stores to professional rugby players and their families. She became fully qualified in 2011 and has since enjoyed building up clinic experience, keen to share her training with all who wish to listen and apply it to their lives.
Lisa’s journey into nutrition began over 20 years ago, whilst studying psychology at Swansea University.
She was reading about the links between what we eat and how this can affect our mood and wellbeing, as well as our physical health. Her dissertation was written about probiotics from a psychological point of view, little did she realise at the time how her career would later develop into nutritional science, gut microbiome and its application in individual healthcare.
BSc Nutritional Science, Thames Valley University 2008 – transferred over to:
Postgraduate Diploma; University of Worcester MSc (Distinction) in Nutritional Therapy, 2011.
BA Psychology (hons) 2:1 University of Swansea, 2001
Lisa aims to create action plans with each individual that are as realistic, attainable, enjoyable and as effective as possible. Typically this may be in relation to digestion, energy levels, immune function, hormonal imbalance or weight management.