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About Me

About Me

Vanessa May

I see people with a vast array of physical and emotional health concerns. However, I specialise in working with women who feel out of balance, especially in the areas of stress, fatigue, hormonal imbalance, low mood, anxiety and grief. I aim to give them the confidence and tools to live their lives to the full.

I’m a fully qualified, experienced and registered Nutritional Therapist and Wellbeing Coach with a practice in Ealing, West London and on Skype or Zoom, therefore enabling me to work with clients wherever they may live.

I have a degree in Nutritional Medicine from the University of West London and I am a registered member of The Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC), The Nutritional Therapy Council (NTC) and The British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine (BANT). I am also an ILM Accredited Wellbeing Coach.

In addition, I have completed a course in Phytotherapy (herbs) with The Vogel Institute and hold an FHT Foundation Level Accreditation in ME, CFS and Fibromyalgia Recovery and also in Family Dynamics, both with The Chrysalis Effect.

I have worked with West End performers and television actors and, as a BANT registered Nutritionist, I have provided ‘expert comment’ and many Health and Nutrition articles for magazines and newspapers, including the following…

In order to keep up to date with the latest research, I regularly attend lectures and seminars.

Global Health & Pharma Magazine Alternative Medicine Awards.

Best Lifestyle Medicine Specialist 2018 & Award for Excellence in Nutritional Therapy:

Wellbeing and Nutrition

I look forward to helping you learn more about how working with me could have a positive impact on your life

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Vanessa May, Nutritional Therapist and Wellbeing Coach

BANT registered Nutritionist, Ealing

It isn’t just Vanessa’s skill at devising a personalised prescription I benefited from, she is also a very sympathetic and non judgemental listener – she engages you in a discussion rather than just tell you what you should do. I found her approach refreshing”