Hi, I’m Stephanie

I’m a nutritionist specialising in the menopause.  I’ve had a lifelong interest in healthy eating and a healthy lifestyle.  That’s not to say that my daily routine is ‘perfect’ by any means, whatever that may be.  Reaching my late 40s, I decided to deepen my knowledge as I was keen to work with other women using the power of diet and lifestyle changes to support optimum health.  So I went back to studying for an MSc in Nutritional Therapy and came away having learnt so much regarding getting to the root cause of health issues, understanding changing nutritional needs as we age, as well as how best to use targeted supplements and functional testing. 

As it turned out, my own menopausal journey ran in parallel with my nutrition studies, and I finally emerged as a post-menopausal woman!  On the one hand it was a fairly uneventful journey, but I have to say I had no idea just how wide ranging the effects of the menopausal hormonal changes are on our bodies.  As you no doubt appreciate if you’ve found this page, going through the menopause is certainly not as simple as your periods stopping.  I supported my own health through the menopause by making changes to my diet and lifestyle, as well as carefully choosing appropriate supplements. 

And so now I’m helping other women with their menopausal journeys with 1-1 consultations and functional testing packages.  Midlife hormonal changes can leave you feeling as though your life is out of kilter.  Natural support through evidence-based diet and lifestyle changes can help to turn that around leaving you feeling revitalised and looking and feeling great through menopause and beyond.

Find out more – Menopause health check

Find out more – Menopause consultation package


MSc (Distinction) Nutritional Therapy
BSc (Hons) Biological Sciences
PhD (Physiology)

Memberships/ Registrations

I am a full member of BANT, the British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine, and registered with the CNHC, the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council, set up by the UK Government Department of Health.