Hi. I’m a nutritionist, food consultant and coach, and I’m here to help people fall in love with food again.

For far too long there’s been too much nitpicky negativity about what we eat. Food should be something we relish. It should be at the heart of our social lives and, as well as being absolutely god damn delicious, it should be nourishing.

What’s good for you?

My clients include people who want to understand what eating well means for them. Good nutrition is different for all of us, so I give completely bespoke 121 advice and will show you how eating well for your body and lifestyle is achievable within your means.

Working with businesses

I also work with businesses of all sizes to develop menus and help educate employees about food. I help small independent cafes to ensure their menus feature some of the more sensible food trends and follow that up with education so their staff can talk about them confidently. I develop nutritious dishes for companies with a workplace restaurant or cafe. And I provide food education seminars and workshops that motivate staff to make changes to their eating habits, everywhere from SMEs to big corporates. we cover everything from mythbusting, food and mood and nutrition for the high performing executive to tips and tricks for quick meals at home and work. To compliment this, I also run private 121 clinics virtually or face to face where we can take a deeper dive into individual nutrition and provide bespoke solutions.

A fresh way of looking at food

The way I work often goes against the grain. I don’t agree with many of the current food fashions, but neither do I bore people to death by droning on about the stuff we’ve all seen and heard time and time again. My advice is fresh but not faddy and backed by years of experience and study, which have helped me understand the kind of challenges you might face each day.

During my previous employment, I built a company’s health and wellbeing strategy from the ground up. And I spent lots of time in the kitchen with chefs developing recipes that ticked all the boxes in terms of taste, nutrition and commercial viability.

Before setting up The Food Boss I also spent a year running a national commercial catering contract for a FTSE 100 company. And the start of it all was a 2:1 BSc in Human Nutrition & Sport Science from London Metropolitan University. As well as my continuing professional development I have since furthered my career with Mac Nutrition Uni and completed my level 2 group fitness coaching qualification.

Sit back and take a moment to feel inspired about food again

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