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Our team are highly qualified and experienced to support clients in a wide range of areas, including:
  • Perimenopause and Menopause

  • Weight Management

  • Pre-menstrual Syndrome (PMS)

  • Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)

  • Endometriosis

  • Cholesterol Management

  • Blood Pressure Management

  • Intuitive Eating

  • Bloating, Diarrhoea and Constipation

  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

  • Diverticular Disease

  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)

  • Food Allergies and Intolerances

  • Coeliac Disease

  • Histamine Intolerance

  • Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS)

  • Long COVID/post-COVID Syndrome

  • Pancreatic Exocrine Insufficiency (PEI)

  • Ehler's Danlos Syndrome (EDS)

  • Postural Tachycardia Syndrome (PoTs)

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Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
Bloating, abdominal pain, unpredictable bowels and gas?

Our team take a systematic approach to supporting and relieving widely misunderstood IBS symptoms.

We offer a package of care designed specifically to support you, by considering your diet, lifestyle, stress levels, gut microbiome, tolerance of fermentable carbohydrates (FODMAPs) and the mechanical functioning of your digestive system.

Step by step, we'll adjust the care and support you receive to meet your very individual needs.


We work in collaboration with a number of leading IBS specialists, including Consultant Gastroenterologists who support our team with investigations and treatments where necessary.

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Weight Management
Breaking the cycle of yo-yo diets through lifestyle changes.

We expect you know what you need to do to lose weight - you've probably tried many times.

Diets by their nature have an end point and approximately 95% of diets fail. When you're trapped in a diet cycle, nothing really changes, except the diets just get more restrictive as you work your way through them.

Our team will help you to break free from your personal diet trap by creating a bespoke, tailored plan which becomes part of your lifestyle, and not another temporary diet.

You'll receive a unique level of support and encouragement backed up by straightforward support and advice. With over 25 years of experience across our team, we've developed a trustworthy procress to support you. Our tried and tested combination of nutritional, motivational and emotional support means you're far more likely to change your lifestyle, reach your goals and start living life as your best self.

Weight Management
Mood changes, hot flushes, headaches, fatigue, 'fat back' & upper body weight gain

Whether you use HRT or not, your diet can make a significant change to how you feel throughout your menopause.

By understanding your lifestyle, your symptoms and your dietary patterns, our team can help you to stabilise some of the fluctuations in your hormones, which may be exacerbating your flushes, mood and cognitive function.

We'll help you understand exactly what you need to do to take back control of your changing body shape, and how you can support your bone and heart health at the same time, to manage your risk of osteoporosis and cardiovascular disease.

You don't just have to have to 'put up with it' - there's so much that you can do to your diet and lifestyle to help you feel better.

Histamine Intolerance
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Histamine Intolerance
What is Histamine Intolerance?

Histamine is a chemical messenger within our body that plays many important roles, such as stomach acid release and response to infections, but is usually very tightly regulated and for most people breakdown pathways work very effectively (1, 2). 


Histamine intolerance (HIT) is an intolerance to the histamine you ingest with food, either because:

  1. The enzyme, Diamine Oxidase (DAO), that we need to break down the histamine in food isn’t working properly or the amount of histamine consumed in food and drink, or produced by your own gut bacteria, is too much for the enzyme.

  2. Our own bodies are making too much histamine, for example as a result of Mastocytosis or Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS). 


HIT is not a food allergy, although it may present with very similar symptoms so it is important that food allergy is ruled out before HIT is diagnosed (3). HIT is not the same condition as Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Fructose Malabsorption, Lactose intolerance, FODMAP intolerance or Coeliac Disease, but can occur alongside these conditions.

How would I know if I have HIT?

HIT is not an easy condition to diagnose - it presents with similar symptoms to many other conditions and symptoms can present in every single body system. It’s important to rule out more serious conditions before diagnosing HIT, so you should speak with a Gastroenterologist, GP, or Dietitian rather than self-diagnosing.  A blood test can detect if DAO levels are low, however this is not a definitive test for histamine intolerance as this doesn’t always reflect the activity of this enzyme in the gut (4). This is sometimes checked, however as, in conjunction with a detailed medical history, it may add to the evidence that someone has HIT. 


At present diagnosis of HIT relies on the elimination of high histamine foods for 2-4 weeks, followed by a gradual re-introduction of foods to identify individual food sensitivities and histamine tolerance levels (3). This should only be done with the support of a Dietitian as the diet can be nutritionally and socially restrictive. 

What are the symptoms of HIT?

HIT symptoms are as varying as HIT sufferers themselves. The symptoms can affect all areas of the body and can fluctuate day to day. Common symptoms include: 

  • Cardiovascular symptoms including fast heart rate, irregular heartbeat, low blood pressure.  

  • Migraines, brain fog and extreme fatigue

  • Dizziness

  • Painful periods 

  • Uticaria, skin itching, swelling and flushing 

  • Gastrointestinal symptoms which may include constipation, diarrhoea, bloating, nausea, vomiting and reflux

  • Constantly runny nose 

  • Insomnia (1, 3). 


  1. Maintz L, Novak N. Histamine and histamine intolerance. Am J Clin Nutr. 2007;85(5):1185-96.

  2. Vlieg-Boerstra BJ, van der Heide S, Oude Elberink JN, Kluin-Nelemans JC, Dubois AE. Mastocytosis and adverse reactions to biogenic amines and histamine-releasing foods: what is the evidence? Neth J Med. 2005;63(7):244-9.

  3. Hrubisko M, Danis R, Huorka M, Wawruch M. Histamine Intolerance-The More We Know the Less We Know. A Review. Nutrients. 2021;13(7).

  4. Schnedl WJ, Enko D. Histamine Intolerance Originates in the Gut. Nutrients. 2021;13(4).

Cholesterol Management
Coronary heart disease risk

Having too much cholesterol in your blood increases your risk to the UK's biggest killer
– coronary heart disease.

Statin drugs are prescribed by many Doctors to lower cholesterol and they are also now available over the counter.  Unfortunately, for all the good they can do, there can be some unpleasant side effects.

A daily combination of just a few cholesterol lowering foods can equal the 'statin effect' on your cholesterol. Our team are equipped to help support you make better lifestyle choices, which in turn can help lower your cholesterol levels.


Just 12 weeks of simple dietary change can bring your cholesterol levels down by 10% – the same as most statin drugs but without the side effects.

Pre-Menstrual Syndrome (PMS)
Mood changes, sugar cravings, headaches & bloating

Most PMS symptoms are hormone related and can be exacerbated by fluctuations in your blood sugars.

Working with our team, you'll learn how to eat to stabilise your blood sugars using low glycaemic carbohydrates. You'll receive simple, practical advice on eating the right food that help to manage your sugar cravings, emotions and mood during the days leading up to your period.

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) 
Weight gain, hirsutism, oily skin & raised cholesterol

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) can affect many aspects of your health.  


The key to managing PCOS is to stabilise your hormones and to maintain a healthy weight. Improving insulin resistance can be key to making weight management easier.

Our team provides all the support you need to fully understand your condition and help you to take back control. In some cases, it's possible to reverse the symptoms of PCOS.

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