Nutritional Therapist

Amy Cottrell
Nutritional Therapist specialising in Hormones, Thyroid, Blood Sugar Management

Nutrition was set up to help spread the word about the power of nutrition and its potential to positively influence all areas of our overall well being! Amy supports her clients in becoming their own health advocates - whether that includes wanting to learn more about nutrition in general, or about how nutrition and lifestyle changes can support certain symptoms or conditions you might be experiencing.

Amy looks at nutrition in a very holistic way, and has a particular passion for all things hormone-related, an area which can really benefit from personalised nutritional and lifestyle adjustments!

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Certification: CMM Diploma with distinction as a Nutritional Therapist

Birute Tenkutyte
Nutritional Therapist specialising in digestive health. Stomach acid, liver and gut

Food plays major part in our lives. We can survive without food, but what if our goal is to thrive? To wake up in the morning after a good night sleep and feel full of energy to get on with daily tasks. Anyone who has ever had food poisoning knows how eating something wrong can cause acute reaction. Similar processes are involved when we slowly poison our body with something what we shouldn’t be eating- we often feel low in mood, energy, motivation, things just go wrong.

B specialises in digestive health which is the core of our health. Some symptoms are so common we normalise and learn to live with them. Constipation or diarrhoea, bloating, acid reflux, indigestion, heartburn, aches and pain, even skin conditions can often be linked to our liver or gut function. Food, supplements and lifestyle change are simple yet very effective ways to improve your overall wellbeing. And the best time to start is now.

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CNM Nutritional Therapist

Hannah Macey
Nutritional Therapist - Pregnancy, fertility, gut nutritionist

Hannah knows first hand the power of nutrition as she has support many couples through their fertility and pregnancy journey through a holistic look at how to help support this important time in life, and from personal experience of going through IVF and having her daughter, nutrition is a powerful tool.

I also have IBS and love supporting people who have IBS. My ultimate goal show the possibilities that can be achieved through good nutrition guidance

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Dana Chapman
Nutritional therapist specialising in mental health through the gut-brain axis

Dana is a nutritional therapist specialising in the link between stress, gut health and mental health. We live in a world of constant stimulation, from social media to our jobs and the food and drinks we consume. This takes its toll on our health and our mental health. Dana understands this and she aims to educate, motivate and inspire people to make small but sustainable changes that will improve their mood, energy and sleep. Often people seek out nutritional therapy as a last resort - because they are tired of not getting the answers they need to feel better, Dana aims to give people these answers and a hope of a happier life.

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BSc (Hons) Nutrition Science, mBANT, CNHC

Melanie Flood
Registered Nutritionist, Health Coach & Female Hormone Expert.

Melanie helps women struggling with hormones and perimenopause to achieve balance, so that they can feel energised and empowered to be their best self in all aspects of life.

Melanie works with women to improve their physical and mental wellbeing through nutrition and lifestyle medicine. She supports symptoms of low energy, mood disorders, brain fog, weight gain, hot flushes, thyroid issues, digestive complaints, autoimmunity and more.

Melanie offers bespoke one to one packages, online group programmes and free challenges alongside retreats, corporate workshops and community talks.

In Melanie’s one to one transformational programmes, there is the option to undertake personalised functional testing (e.g. blood, hormone, gut, genetic testing) to get to the root cause of symptoms so that nutritional and lifestyle prescriptions are targeted to achieve impact and results.  

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Bsc. Hons, CNM Diploma with Distinction as a Nutritional Therapist, Zest for Life Health Coaching, Member of Association of Naturopathic Practitioners (ANP) & General Naturopathic Council (GNC)

Rachel Philpotts
Functional medicine practitioner, nutritional therapist & health writer, specialising in stress-related mood-disorders and burnout.

Rachel is the founder of re:Nutrition - a functional medicine clinic, which helps 'tired and wired' career women to wake up feeling energised, step off the emotional rollercoaster and realise their true potential utilising root-cause testing and ultra-personalised health programmes. She is also a health writer and her first book "The Burnout Bible - How to tackle fatigue and emotional overwhelm naturally" will be published in July 2023.

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MSc Personalised Nutrition, mBANT, rCNHC, AFMCP, mIFM

Alex Manos
Clinician, Trainer, Coach, Mentor.

Despite being one of the UK’s leading Functional Medicine Practitioners (IFMCP) with a focus in gut health and mould illness, Alex’s interests further extend into physical therapy, movement, resiliency, coaching, biohacking, psychedelics, breathwork, masculinity, spirituality, and the assimilation of ancient wisdom concerning health.

With a keen interest in the mind-body connection, currently Alex is training to become a Transformational Breathwork Facilitator, and is a completing a certificate in Somatic Attachment Therapy. He also recently completed the Synthesis Institute Psychedelic Practitioner Training program.

Away from clinic, Alex co-founded Healthpath - a company on a mission to help those suffering with chronic gut issues such as irritable bowel syndrome and SIBO (small intestine bacterial overgrowth). He is also the Chief Wellness Officer for Exhale Coffee - the U.K’s healthiest coffee!

Alex also lecture at various colleges and institutions including The Institute Of Optimum Nutrition and on the MSc program at The Centre For Nutritional Education and Lifestyle Management.


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MSc Personalised Nutrition, IFMCP - Institute for Functional Medicine Certified Practitioner, BSc Nutritional Therapy.

Lisa Smith
Nutritionist specialising in Neurodiversity

Over the past 15 years of extensive clinical experience, Lisa has developed a special interest in Neurodiversity, Eating Disorders and Distressed Eating.

​She believes that mental and physical health requires a truly holistic approach, tailored to a client’s specific needs, although all too often people are given recommendations based solely upon a diagnostic label, or via a ‘recommended protocol’ as opposed to considering the unique individual they are.

​Thanks to new and ever-emerging research, the spotlight is now being thrown on nutrition to help to support the neurodivergent individual combat the regularly seen accompanying symptoms - such as depression, low mood & anxiety, and to help those suffering from eating disorders, or distressed eating make positive steps to relax their relationship with food.

Each one of us is unique and gaining some understanding of how and why your body reacts and responds to different situations, foods, lifestyles, stresses and environments can help identify and understand what nutrition means for you personally, allowing for more specific emphasis on replenishing the nutrients your body and brain require to function properly when life demands a lot from it, and to help you to find a happier and calmer place.


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BANT registered Nutritionist , Functional Nutrition, Consultancy and Education

Nikki Harris
Specialist in women's hormone and gut health

Nikki Harris is here to support you on your journey to wellness. As a fully qualified and registered nutritional therapist, I specialise in women's hormone and gut health, guiding you toward your best self.
Covering conditions such as PMS, endometriosis, PCOS, perimenopause, menopause and beyond. She also covers gut and digestive conditions and understands that there is a level of interconnectedness and imbalances don't happen in isolation.
Nikki works in a way that it is not about quick fixes but understanding her clients as a whole and not just a symptom. She believes in the power of working in a holistic way; blending nutrition, mind-body practices, and personalised guidance tailored to her clients needs, to achieve lasting results.
Nikki understands the power of food and will do what she can through food and lifestyle approaches so as not to rely on a long list of supplements, this way of working allows her clients to feel truly empowered to understand what can work for them. We are all individuals and she takes this into account when she works with each client.
When required Nikki will use specific functional testing (hormone, stool, blood etc.), this allows a deeper understanding of what is driving symptoms allowing for better outcomes and results, by working in a way that is designed around the needs of her clients.

There are many ways you can work with Nikki, who offers talks, webinars, group programmes, women's wellness retreats and working exclusively with her on her 1:2:1 programmes.