Whatever your age, women’s health should be a top priority. Sadly, with the high demands placed on women we can easily forget to look after ourselves, and a nutrition consultation is an opportunity to pause and focus on your needs.

There is no dodging of the menopause (sadly) so instead equip yourself with the latest evidence and learn how can diet and lifestyle strategies can help manage your menopause symptoms and support your mental health.

Women’s health is just one other area I can support you in, I have listed some common areas and if you can’t find what you are looking for, please get in touch and if I can’t help you, I can put you in contact with someone who can.

  • Menopause
  • Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
  • Vegan/Vegetarian Diets
  • Diabetes
  • Meal planning

Changing hormone levels can be very debilitating and last a few months or a few years. Research suggests dietary factors including phytoestrogens, omega 3 fatty acids, magnesium can help with menopausal symptoms such as hot flushes and poor sleep.
In addition we are all told that weight gain is inevitable! But if diets didn't work in your 20s or 30s where to next? Maybe this is the right time to pause and redefine your relationship with food and shift your goal from weight loss to health gains.
By combining nutritional science and behavioural therapy I can support and navigate you through the mood swings, fatigue, flushes and weight change associated with the menopause

book a call.

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome or PCOS is a relatively common condition thought to affect 1 in 10 women and can be characterised by features including irregular or absent periods, excessive hair around face and chest and acne .
A PCOS diagnosis carries long term health risks including increased risk of Diabetes and Heart Disease. PCOS is associated with insulin resistance and hyperinsulinaemia and hormonal imbalances, namely higher levels of testosterone.
I can talk you through the latest evidence including the ideal type of carbohydrates to choose, importance of regular meals and enjoyable movement to increase your insulin sensitivity.

book a call.

A well-planned Vegan/Vegetarian diet can be very healthy, however all too often I find clients ‘go Vegan’ with little planning and following a restrictive diet can lead to nutrient deficiencies. Together we will talk through the nutrients that need the extra focus including Iron, Vitamin B12, Calcium and Protein. If you are struggling to know how to create a balanced plate of food I can provide quick and simple vegan meal ideas that tick a lot of the nutrition boxes!

book a call.

What we eat has a pivotal role in managing our blood glucose levels. Do you know your carbohydrates from your proteins? Need help choosing what snacks to fill you up whilst preventing swings in your blood glucose levels? I have extensive knowledge and experience in supporting people with both T1DM and T2DM and would love to help you understand more about the interplay between what you eat and your blood glucose levels.

book a call.

Struggling to know what actually constitutes as a ‘healthy diet’; and how to use this knowledge to create a plate of food that the whole family will eat? Do you feel time-poor or have limited cooking skills and in need of a helping hand? I can help you create a simple meal plan and provide quick, nutritious meal ideas that are realistic and more importantly, delicious!

book a call.
  • Menopause

    Changing hormone levels can be very debilitating and last a few months or a few years. Research suggests dietary factors including phytoestrogens, omega 3 fatty acids, magnesium can help with menopausal symptoms such as hot flushes and poor sleep.
    In addition we are all told that weight gain is inevitable! But if diets didn't work in your 20s or 30s where to next? Maybe this is the right time to pause and redefine your relationship with food and shift your goal from weight loss to health gains.
    By combining nutritional science and behavioural therapy I can support and navigate you through the mood swings, fatigue, flushes and weight change associated with the menopause

    book a call.
  • Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

    Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome or PCOS is a relatively common condition thought to affect 1 in 10 women and can be characterised by features including irregular or absent periods, excessive hair around face and chest and acne .
    A PCOS diagnosis carries long term health risks including increased risk of Diabetes and Heart Disease. PCOS is associated with insulin resistance and hyperinsulinaemia and hormonal imbalances, namely higher levels of testosterone.
    I can talk you through the latest evidence including the ideal type of carbohydrates to choose, importance of regular meals and enjoyable movement to increase your insulin sensitivity.

    book a call.
  • Vegan/Vegetarian Diets

    A well-planned Vegan/Vegetarian diet can be very healthy, however all too often I find clients ‘go Vegan’ with little planning and following a restrictive diet can lead to nutrient deficiencies. Together we will talk through the nutrients that need the extra focus including Iron, Vitamin B12, Calcium and Protein. If you are struggling to know how to create a balanced plate of food I can provide quick and simple vegan meal ideas that tick a lot of the nutrition boxes!

    book a call.
  • Diabetes

    What we eat has a pivotal role in managing our blood glucose levels. Do you know your carbohydrates from your proteins? Need help choosing what snacks to fill you up whilst preventing swings in your blood glucose levels? I have extensive knowledge and experience in supporting people with both T1DM and T2DM and would love to help you understand more about the interplay between what you eat and your blood glucose levels.

    book a call.
  • Meal planning

    Struggling to know what actually constitutes as a ‘healthy diet’; and how to use this knowledge to create a plate of food that the whole family will eat? Do you feel time-poor or have limited cooking skills and in need of a helping hand? I can help you create a simple meal plan and provide quick, nutritious meal ideas that are realistic and more importantly, delicious!

    book a call.

work with me.

Are you interested in learning more about what foods affect your gut or how to improve constipation and wind? Or are you keen to stop dieting and find peace with food and your body? Whatever your goal I can help!

Working with me is an opportunity for you prioritise your needs, to decide how you want your health and life to be different. We will explore what the latest evidence shows and how you can use this to reach your goal; be it to improve your gut health and energy levels or finally move away from dieting culture.

get in touch.

I went to Victoria to get advise about my diet for weight training. I found the information that she gave me extremely helpful. I was impressed with her thorough knowledge of supplements but most of all her focus on pre as well as post workout nutrition. I would highly recommend Victoria to anyone.

Victoria has given advice to our 12 year old and our family, to help us manage her type1 diabetes, alongside a more recent diagnosis of coeliacs. Neither condition is easy to manage, never mind having a dual diagnosis at a young age. With such a focus on food currently at home, who better to talk to than Victoria. Her professional approach and the wealth of experience she has to draw on were very reassuring to us as a family, just at the time we needed to hear it. Victoria pitched her advice at our daughter's level and we know that we'll return for further dietary advice as we need in the future.

I contacted Victoria in an effort to understand how and what way of eating would help with my PCOS diagnosis. She was incredibly understanding and willing to answer even the smallest of questions. I really felt that she was interested in helping me find the best way of eating for my condition and life style as a mum of 2 young boys. The follow up information Victoria sent was extremely detailed and personal to my situation which I am very grateful for. I highly recommend Victoria and will definitely be consulting with her in the future.