We recognise the power of food, but on its own it is not enough



If you want to take an initial look at your health or if you require a one-off session.  Follow up appointments can be purchased as required.

  • In-depth intake forms reviewed prior to appointment 
  • Review of test results (if relevant)
  • Initial 75-min video consultation
  • Diet, supplement, lifestyle and test recommendations sent to you within 48-hrs of your appointment
  • Communication with referring practitioner if required  

Eat right for your blood sugars


4 week one-to-one programme, designed to improve your blood sugars if you have: pre-diabetes, Type 2 diabetes, gestational diabetes or PCOS 

  • Use continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) to discover your unique response to carbs
  • Expert guidance on adapting your diet and habits to improve blood sugars
  • Initial 60-min video consultation 
  • Weekly check in sessions via video or email
  • Includes a continuous glucose monitor  

30 Day Reset Challenge


An opportunity to do a unique ‘reset’ diet. The Reset Diet is tailored to your health concerns, alongside receiving expert coaching for 30 days. 

  • Initial 60-min video consultation
  • Customised Reset Diet plan  
  • Includes vitamin and mineral blood panel (finger prick test) 
  • Targeted supplement recommendations 
  • Email support for 30 days 


This will depend on your policy and whether you have been referred by a consultant.  We always advise to check with your medical insurance company.  We are registered with most UK medical insurance companies. 

Dietitians are regulated by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and the title ‘dietitian’ is protected.  Dietitians are uniquely qualified by degree to translate scientific information about food into practical dietary advice.  Unlike the title ‘dietitian’, ‘nutritional therapist’ are not titles protected by law.

No, this is about your health.  However, if you have been referred by a consultant or GP then please send us the referral letter or ask your doctor to write directly to us.  

Functional Medicine addresses the underlying causes of disease, using a systems-oriented approach.  By shifting the traditional disease-oriented focus of medical practice to a more patient-centred approach, Funtional Medicine addresses the whole person, not just an isolated set of symptoms.  

We aim to be accommodating, and offer early morning and evening appointments, Monday to Saturday. 

No, our recommendations are tailored to your preferences.