I am mum to two children and have enjoyed a long career in the pharmaceutical industry. At the age of 37, I was diagnosed with breast cancer just before my daughter’s first birthday. Following the advice of a nutritional therapist I was able to maintain good health throughout the onslaught of surgery and treatment and to resolve my asthma as a result of my improved health status.
A complete convert to the benefits of nutritional therapy, I completed a Foundation Science Degree and Nutritional Therapy Diploma at the acclaimed Institute for Optimum Nutrition at the University of Bedfordshire, achieving distinction and gaining the special award for Clinical Excellence.
I am interested in all aspects of Nutritional Therapy and through my clinical experience, and ongoing training specialise in womens’ and childrens’ health.
Having trained at the Institute for Optimum Nutrition Angela has met the stringent requirements of the Nutritional Therapy Council (NTC) the professional standards council for Nutritional Therapy. Angela is also registered with the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) and as a member of the British Association of Nutritional Therapy and Applied Nutrition (BANT) is bound by a strict code of ethics in clinical practice.