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. Most recently I have completed a Bereavement Counselling course to support my work as a Grief Coach and Mentor.
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”