About Jackie Lynch
I first discovered the power of nutrition about 15 years ago when I was working long hours in a senior corporate role. Within 7 days of following personalised nutrition advice I felt like a new woman! The dramatic changes in my energy, well-being and performance inspired me to give up my successful career and embark on a 4-year journey to study nutrition.
In 2010 I set up my WellWellWell clinics to provide expert nutritional advice in a friendly and accessible way. My mission is to provide practical solutions planned specifically around you, to help you achieve your health goal without putting more pressure on your already-busy schedule.
I work with busy people who want personalised nutritional advice with regular support and a flexible approach – some have chronic health conditions and others are keen to take a preventative approach to their healthcare or simply improve general well-being. My great passion is to make sure you retain the joy of eating delicious food at the same time as making smart choices for optimum health.
As well as my clinical work, I like to share my trademark practical advice more broadly through a range of features and blogs. I write nutrition features for the Mail on Sunday and I’m an approved health expert for Hearst Magazines, with a regular column in Reveal Magazine. My clinical work has inspired me to write 2 books: Va Va Voom: The 10-Day Energy Diet and The Right Bite, which is full of handy advice to help you make the right food choices when you’re on the go.
As a Registered Nutritional Therapist, I’m accredited by the Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC), a government-sponsored registration body which has been approved as an Accredited Register by the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care. I’m also a Registered Nutritionist (mBANT) approved by the British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy. This means that my WellWellWell clinics and nutrition consultancy work meet the demanding standards of clinical excellence and professionalism required by these bodies. I keep abreast of the latest clinical and research developments by following a regular programme of Continuing Professional Development.
I’m also proud to be the Chairman of the Board of Trustees at the Institute for Optimum Nutrition, the renowned training body for nutritional therapists in the UK.