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My journey to becoming a Nutritional Therapist started in 2015, when I left a 20-year career in Marketing and Product Management to embark on a new path. All I knew, at that point, was that I wanted this path to be connected to food. Food and cooking were always my personal go-to strategies to de-stress. Tinkering in the kitchen and having time to prepare and eat something simple but delicious just made me feel good.
Originally from Izmir, Turkey, I completed my undergraduate degree in Computer and Electronical Engineering from Koc University in Istanbul.
I’m Ezzie, I’m 37 years young and the founder of Hadley Health. I spend my days as a Nutrition and Lifestyle Coach in sunny Dubai.
Parenting can be one of the most rewarding, but also most demanding, jobs in the world. Juggling home and work life has always been a challenge. But over the last 18 months, the demands upon parents have reached a WHOLE NEW LEVEL.
Klara is the Founder and Director of Nourishi Consulting, where she specialises in women, family and children’s nutrition. She also works with a range of international corporations, helping them optimise their approach to employee nutrition and wellbeing in the workplace.
"My journey to becoming a Nutrition & Lifestyle Coach started in 2011 when I worked in a large, fast-paced corporation. I worked hard and played harder. Sure, I enjoyed the variety but the stress often made me feel emotionally and physically drained. At that point, my efforts to look after myself were sporadic and ineffective at best.
Hi, I am Oana, a French-Romanian journalist and communication specialist turned Infertility Patient Advocate.
Hi – I’m Leanne. I chose to study with IHS as I loved how broad the course was, the range of topics interested me and I liked the focus on science but in a welcoming way. I think it is important that IHS is accredited and is third party checked by Crossfields Institute, so you know that you are held to a high standard of work.
The long awaited vaccination programme appears to be the most effective way out of Covid and it’s associated restrictions. But whilst we wait patiently to be called to our GP surgery could we be using the time to get our bodies ‘vaccine ready’ and to help maximise its efficacy?
Hey there! I’m Erica, a mum of 3, a wife, a personal trainer and a nutrition and lifestyle coach. I own a fab little personal training studio with my husband where I work with so many amazing women helping them use fitness as a part of life.
Hey! I’m Emily; Foodie, plant lover, spiritual soul and holistic nutrition and lifestyle coach. I also work part-time as a Flight Attendant.
Kalpesh graduated from the IHS Diploma in Nutrition and Lifestyle Coaching in early 2020. He created Potential 360 to help those who have struggled to feel well due to chronic conditions, weight gain, and low energy. His focus is on supporting the overall bodily systems of clients and working with them to reach their full potential.
I’m Bláithín, I qualified from Nutrition and Lifestyle Coaching in 2019. I currently operate as a NLC under the name “Bite Size Changes” and during lockdown I launched a second business. My sister and I opened an organic zero waste shop called “The EcoShack” in County Cavan. We start selling this week.
There is no denying it, Christmas is just around the corner. I have no real idea where this year has gone but it’s time to start looking ahead to the festive season and the fun of gift giving. Finding the right gift for the special people in our lives can sometimes feel like a mountain that we need to climb and along the way there can be many pitfalls and traps.
Sheila is a Nutritional Therapist (Sheila Downes Nutrition) and an IHS Clinical Practice Supervisor & Course Consultant
Pharmacist Niamh set up her business iNWellness Coaching this year which focuses on educating, motivating and empowering clients in making healthy nutrition and lifestyle choices which are aligned with their individual health goals.
Catriona is a Diploma in Nutrition and Lifestyle Coaching graduate and founder of The Food Phoenix. Her focus is on supporting people who’ve experienced declining health in the aftermath of a contrast MRI scan. She is also writing a book called Contrasts: More than meets the MRI.
Clare graduated from the Diploma in Nutrition and Lifestyle Coaching in 2018 and now runs Clare Hegarty Nutrition, where she specialises in helping families live happier, healthier lives.
“I want to feel fit, I want to feel strong, I want to be healthy, and I want to lose weight. Urgh, that must mean that I need to go on some sort of crazy health kick and I’m going to need to diet, which is going to be boring and I won’t be able to eat half of the foods that I actually like.”