Registered nutritional therapy practitioner

Harriet graduated from the NTEC accredited nutritional therapy course at London’s prestigious Institute for Optimum Nutrition with a distinction

She is a certified member of both The British Association of Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine (BANT) and The Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) and is required to keep up to date with continued professional development.

She works privately as a  Registered Nutritional Therapy Practitioner on a 1-2-1 basis, and in her capacity as BANT Registered Nutritionist for corporate clients.

Harriet is working on an AfN certified masters (MSc) in Clinical Nutrition, alongside her clinic work.


Nutritional therapy takes an evidence-based and holistic approach to health and well-being. Practitioners combine expert, up-to-date understanding of nutrition science and physiology with a deep appreciation of the unique biochemistry, distinct health goals and particular nutritional needs of the individual sitting in front of them.

There is no one-size-fits-all protocol or treatment because we consider the whole person, not just the symptoms or disease. It is this truly personalised approach that sets us apart, enabling our clients to achieve optimum health and vitality – not simply an absence of disease.

There is no denying that our physical and mental health – now and in the future – are profoundly influenced by what we eat and how we live.

Nutritional therapists work collaboratively with clients, analysing their symptoms, entire health history, test results, diet and lifestyle to pinpoint the root causes of health issues. Put simply, we address the factors that contributed to, triggered, and are perpetuating the problem, rather than putting a “sticking plaster” over symptoms.

Nutritional therapy can help manage a variety of chronic health concerns, including gut and digestive issues, hormonal imbalances, mental health problems, autoimmune conditions, and can expertly support those seeking to lose weight.

But why wait until you are already sick or struggling to see a nutritional therapist? Practitioners regularly work with those keen to optimise their nutrition, boost energy, enhance performance, reduce risk of chronic disease, promote longevity, and generally look and feel their best.


Eating should be enjoyable

Food nourishes body and soul. Cultivating a healthy relationship with it, learning to eat mindfully and intuitively, is key to looking and feeling our best. Diets don’t work because they focus on rules, deprivation, and tasteless and unsatisfying  food for a “quick fix”.  Self-awareness, self-compassion, and a positive body image, allow us to make nourishing choices from a place of self-care rather than punishment

Abundance not deprivation

A healthy diet is a diverse diet. Most people should not be counting calories, macros or eliminating whole food groups! Our gut bacteria thrive on diversity, and the bigger the range of foods we eat, the more varied and diverse the range of nutrients we consume. Most of the women I see don’t need to eat less, they just need to eat right – and often more!

Small consistent changes add up

Most health plans assume we can make massive changes to our diet and lifestyle all in one go,  purely on the basis of “willpower” and motivation. This approach is almost always unsustainable . I show you how small changes, done consistently, are not just easier to maintain, but accumulate and lead to big changes down the line

You don't need to be Perfect

Besides, the “perfect” diet simply does not exist. The all-or-nothing mindset keeps so many women stuck in an unhealthy cycle of “being good” and “falling off the bandwagon” on repeat. By simply choosing food that is close to nature (i.e. not ultra-processed!) at least 80% of the time – and learning how to make it taste amazing – it makes it much easier to maintain a healthy weight, body and mind 

It's not just about the Food

Wellbeing is about so much more than just the food we eat (though that’s a great place to start!). I offer a comprehensive 360 degree lifestyle assessment. Movement, enough quality sleep, a strong sense of community, connection, meaning and purpose are all key facets of our health. If we are lacking in any one of these areas, our health can really suffer

I understand because I have been there... 7 years ago, it was me sat at home, scouring the internet for another way, a solution, hope...


Harriet supports women with:

IBS, IBD, diverticular disease, bloating, constipation, diarrhoea, reflux, gallbladder issues, food intolerances etc. 

HORMONE IMBALANCES PMS and PMDD, irregular periods, heavy/painful periods, PCOS, endometriosis, perimenopause & menopause

Preparation for pregnancy, difficulty conceiving, pregnancy and post-natal nutrition and health

Hashimoto’s, IBD, coeliac disease, rheumatoid arthritis etc.

I provide physiological, practical and emotional support for safe and sustainable weight loss

Acne, eczema, psoriasis, rosacea

Whether you have low iron, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, autoimmunity-associated fatigue, or no idea why you feel so bad, I can help

Stress, burnout, anxiety and depression