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Personalised Sports Nutrition

Personalised integrative sports nutrition differs from more traditional approaches to sports nutrition, in that it focuses on a person's HEALTH as an underpinning requirement for sports and exercise performance.

I have been uniquely trained to understand how nutrients, other food components combined lifestyle factors (i.e. sleep, stress levels and exercise) can influence the functions of the body, protect against disease and aid sports performance.


Whether you are a recreational or competitive athlete who is:

  • Seeking to achieve improved results or a personal best from your training or exercise sessions?

  • Unsure what the best food choices are in relation to improving your exercise/sports performance?

  • Struggling to achieve or maintain a healthy weight for optimal performance, in your chosen sport?

  • Uncertain about how much you need to eat to fuel your best performance outcomes?

  • Having difficulty deciding on the optimal balance of carbohydrates, fats and protein to eat around your periodized training schedule or event calendar?

  • Experiencing slower recovery times or increased fatigue after exercise?

  • Looking for nutritional strategies to help support injury recovery or prevention?

  • Seeking to strengthen your immunity to avoid losing training days to frequent infections or illness?

  • Searching for ways to help prolong your exercise/sporting ability as you get older

  • Experiencing gastrointestinal problems during exercise?

  • Experiencing signs of hormone imbalances that are adversely affecting your ability to exercise/train effectively?

  • Experiencing other health issues that are impacting your ability to train as you want to?


Then, working with me could help you to achieve your performance goals and optimise your health and wellbeing.


As a BANT Registered Nutritional Therapist and Nutritionist, I use a 'patient-centred' approach, working one-on-one with my clients, to design health programmes that are specifically tailored to their individual health needs and performance goals.

* Nutritional therapy is never recommended as a replacement for medical advice and I frequently work alongside other medical/healthcare professionals involved in my client's care. Should any ‘red flag’ signs or symptoms be identified as part of the Nutritional Therapy process, I will refer you to see your GP or the most appropriate medical professional. 

Click on the link below to watch a short video from the British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle medicine (BANT) highlighting the key aspects of Nutritional Therapy practice.

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