With personalised nutrition you can begin to really understand what it means to be healthy. By learning how to attune to the subtle message your body gives you, you can sustain health and wellbeing and cultivate robust gut health. By drawing from nutrition science and psychological wellbeing strategies, this is a systems approach to nutrition unlike any other.
Understanding the gut-brain axis
Gut and whole body health
Integrating metabolic science to understand the role of nutrition and physical activity
Eating sustainable for your body and planet
Delete your food diary apps for good
Nutrition and psychology for a truly holistic approach
Stop living by the scales and start enjoying food again
Self-care and stress management strategies
Simone works with various body, mental health and food related issues
DIET AND BODY
BODY IMAGE ISSUES
INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE
LIVING WITH CANCER
BARIATRIC SURGERY NUTRITION
PECIEVED ADDICTIVE EATING/CRAVINGS
Simone’s approach bridges disciplines of psychology and nutrition science, as researcher and practitioner. She has studied an accredited Association for Nutrition Masters degree and is committed to the ethical communication of science in plain, jargon free language. By integrating psychology, nutrition science, mindfulness and exercise science, you enjoy a unique and systemic approach to health unlike any other, and the knowledge that the guidance you receive can be trusted.
LIVED EXPERIENCE AND TRAUMA BASED THERAPY
Simone has lived experience of mental health issues; childhood OCD, anxiety and an eating disorder that emerged in adulthood. Whilst lived experience doesn’t qualify anyone as an ‘expert’, it does offer a unique perspective on the challenges that you face. Simone is committed to removing the stigma of mental health issues by being transparent and honest about her own journey. Everyone is vulnerable to psychological distress, and from a compassion, existential perspective, this is a ‘normal’ part of being a human, living in this stressful world. There is nothing shocking or shameful about struggling with mental health and compassion based therapy offers a soft lens to look upon these difficult life experiences.