BSc (Hons), mBANT, rCNHC, AFMCP Graduate
Wendy qualified as a nutritional therapist in 2001. She began her training at the renowned Institute of Optimum Nutrition in London and thereafter gained an honours degree in nutritional therapy from the University of Westminster. She is a member of BANT (British Association for Nutrition & Lifestyle Medicine) and the Institute for Functional Medicine in America. She is registered with the CNHC (Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council) which means that she is bound by a strict Code of Conduct and attends regular postgraduate training to attain the highest standards of knowledge and competence to practise.
Clients consult Wendy for help with a range of issues including fatigue, stress, blood sugar, hormonal imbalances, but her specialist areas are the gut, and restoration of digestive health, as well as support for cancer. Some clients may be recovering from cancer and invasive treatments, or are looking for help to prevent or reduce their risk of recurrence. Wendy has undertaken additional training in this field in order to help cancer patients stay as well as possible during their treatment and to assist in their recovery.
Wendy’s knowledge and years of clinical experience leave her in no doubt about the power of food and nutrition to influence health and the disease process. Her motivation comes from empowering individuals with the knowledge and tools they need to optimise their own health potential and she utilises her many years of experience and training to motivate and coach clients to achieve their personal health goals.
More About Me
Wendy spent several years with Age UK in Bromley & Greenwich setting up and running numerous health and nutrition projects for people over 50 in the community and working with diverse cultures such as Nepalese, Indian, African and Caribbean. She was instrumental in setting up one of the first ‘Men in Sheds’ projects in the country, a project that addresses isolation and health needs of older men. She continues to be involved in the Gurkha veteran project she created, both as a volunteer and through delivery of educational health events and cooking workshops.
She volunteers for the Charity ‘Yes to Life’, an organisation that helps people affected by cancer to access information and support around integrated therapies.
An experienced speaker on food, nutrition and health, Wendy provides talks and workshops in both corporate and community settings on a variety of topics.
Previous workshops include: