What is Nutritional Therapy?
the act or process of nourishing or of being nourished.
the treatment of disease or disorders, as by some remedial or rehabilitating process.
What do we do?
We aim to bring you to optimal health and nutritional wellbeing through 4 key areas:
1. Scientific, evidence-based nutritional support
2. Correcting any deficiencies or imbalances in the body
3. Using high quality functional testing
4. Tailored and personalised plans for long-term good health
We have experience in clinic with clients presenting with a range of symptoms including:
Digestive issues (IBS, bloating, IBD, coeliac), weight loss, weight gain, hormonal issues such as irregular periods, painful periods, infertility, endometriosis, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), premenstrual syndrome (PMS), thyroid disorders. Also urinary tract infections (UTIs), depression, anxiety, autoimmunity, arthritis, fatigue, acne, eczema, psoriasis and hair loss to name but a few.
In addition to 1:1 Nutritional Therapy Consultations, we also run Corporate Wellbeing Workshops and Presentations, devises Health Packages and creates Meal Plans for retreats and wellbeing events.
We have clinics in Central Manchester and London and can do home visits in Cheshire (Cheadle Hulme, Bramhall, Alderley Edge).
Nikki is the owner of Nutritional Wellbeing and is passionate about nutritional therapy and helping clients to achieve their health goals through researched and evidence-based nutrition and has seen the positive effects of her therapy with her clients.
Nikki’s journey into nutrition began after she experienced some chronic and acute gut and hormonal health conditions which were worsening with medication and resulted in her being hospitalised for 5 weeks. It was at this point that she decided to take control and began working with a nutritional therapist. With guidance from her nutritional therapist, Nikki managed to get her health to an optimal place and saw first-hand the powerful effects of nutritional therapy. She embarked on an intensive 3-year Nutrition and Biomedicine course so she could help others get back to health and ultimately get their lives back. Nikki launched Nutritional Wellbeing as a business to support people to achieve their health goals in a safe and effective way. She has based her business on the principals of honest, science-based nutritional therapy and is dedicated to support clients to achieve the outcomes they are seeking.
Previous to returning to study, Nikki was a manager for out-reach support programmes at Centrepoint, a national youth homeless charity. Nikki has driven change and developed projects and policies to ensure positive impact and outcomes for those on the support programmes and for staff too.
Nikki studied at The College of Naturopathic Medicine in London, completing 3 years in Biomedicine and Human Sciences, Nutrition and clinical practice (DipCNM, mANP, rGNC).
Nikki is also a trained mentor.