Chatting to Deborah Kobylt on her show about a nutritional approach to managing the menopause. Tune in to watch the video here.
A review of The Happy Menopause: Smart Nutrition to Help You Flourish from Hello Magazine: "An easy-to-understand insight into what's going on inside your body, the impact food has on hormones and what to eat to alleviate certain symptoms." Click here for the full article: Hello Review.
Every woman experiences the menopause differently but diet & lifestyle can make a huge difference whatever your symptoms. I was thrilled to feature in this piece by Woman Magazine which highlights 3 of my favourite menopause-friendly strategies. Click here for the full article: Happier Menopause 1 and Happier READ MORE
"The Happy Menopause is a positive, refreshing and practical look at how women can use nutrition to support menopause and avoid some of the pitfalls associated with it. It has a focus on providing simple, interesting and helpful advice that is easy to follow". Read the full review by READ MORE
A lunch & learn Q&A covering all you need to know about a dietary approach to menopause symptoms. I speak to the brilliant Deborah Garlick who asks me some of the most common questions that come up around the menopause and diet.
Talking nutrition and menopause in my interview with Catherine Carrigan, author and presenter of The Natural Healing show for UK Health Radio.
Not Your Average Lives Podcast – How a 7-Day Getaway Led to a Midlife Health & Career Transformation
Find out how I made the journey from corporate executive to nutritionist; learn how my years living in France influenced my approach to food; and pick up some helpful nutrition tips along the way. I was thrilled to be a guest on the Not Your Average READ MORE
Discussing menopause, hormone balance and gut health with Ruth Devlin on her Wellbeing Radio programme. Tune in for a host of foodie tips to keep you fit and well in midlife.
I selected a variety of vegan offerings, scoring each for health and taste to decide whether the vegan version won, or whether you’d be better off sticking to the original. Here's my verdict in the Mail on Sunday.