About Me

Hayley Sanders, Nutritional Therapist

After graduating with a degree in Psychology BSc (Hons) I worked and travelled for many years for a large multi national company, managing globally distributed teams and dealing with major customer accounts. However, realising that my interest and passion for food and good health was not being fulfilled within a corporate environment I decided it was time for a major career change. My decision to further explore about how food can be our ‘medicine’ was made even more relevant after my husband was diagnosed 10 years ago with Rheumatoid Arthritis. The dietary changes he has made have led to a significant positive improvement in his symptoms and quality of life. Additionally, being a busy mother of two, I also came to realise the importance of a good and balanced diet for my children in order to maintain their health and energy levels.

Therefore I made the change and studied for four years with the renowned Institute for Optimum Nutrition in London and qualified with a foundation degree in Nutritional Therapy using the functional medicine approach. This approach uses science to treat individuals as a whole, looking at all the body and its complex, inter-related processes. I am a full member of The British Association of Nutritional Therapists (BANT) and The Complimentary and Natural Healthcare Council (NCHC). I am committed to maintain and further my education and attend seminars and conferences to ensure I am uptodate with the latest research and practices.fruits

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