Good nutrition is absolutely essential for good health. Rhiannon believes the food that you eat can be the difference between feeling merely okay and feeling on top of the world both mentally and physically.
Rhiannon has obtained a Masters degree in Weight Management and Obesity,a short course from The Institute for Optimum Nutrition for Nutritional Approaches to Eating Disorders and Eating Distress, in addition to a First Class Honours degree in Nutrition and Health.
Her experience working alongside Cardiologists and General Practitioners at NHS Hospitals has demonstrated the influence Nutrition can play in recovery, particularly in metabolic syndromes. Many conditions are a sign that your body is not working to its full potential.
Whether you’re striving to lose, gain or maintain weight, Rhiannon can set you on the right track and monitor your progress. Ultimately, she can show you how to live a healthy lifestyle without compromise.
As an avid foodie, Rhiannon has been fortunate enough to experiment with colourful ingredients working with Masterchef’s Gregg Wallace and be responsible for creating menus at some of London’s most renowned healthy eateries.
With food and fitness working hand in hand to keep us in peak condition, Rhiannon’s personal training experiences has seen her work with Olympic athletes and witness the dramatic impact healthy eating can have on performance at the highest level.
It is also her belief that a nutritious diet significantly increases a child’s chances of a healthy life kick starting their cognitive development. Eating right is so important through the early years of weaning, infancy and childhood.
Rhiannon is registered with the Association for Nutrition (AFN) and acts as Nutritional Consultant for companies including The Food Doctor, Danone and Creative Nature Superfoods. She is often seen quoted in the press including BBC and The Sunday Times.
- 1st Class BSc (Hons) in Nutrition & Health
- Masters Degree in Obesity & Eating Disorders
- Diploma in Nutritional Therapy
- Certificate from ION for Nutritional Approaches to Eating Disorders and Eating Distress