York Nutrition Therapists
There’s a thriving community of BANT & CNHC Registered nutrition practitioners here in York.
Tracy Land B.Ed, M.Th, Dip ION, FdSc. MBANT, NCT & rCNHC
Natural Chef Diploma
In practise since 2006, having qualified from the Institute for Optimum Nutrition. Tracy has worked extensively with gut health, low energy and mood issues. She has worked with Breast Cancer Haven in Leeds since 2008, and is particularly interested in mindfulness and helping clients apply this approach to food and eating, as well as other areas of life, to optimise health and happiness.
Suzie Wylie BSc(Hons), MSc(pending), PGDipNT, mBANT, rCNHC
Special interests: sports nutrition, eating disorders, mental health, autoimmune conditions, digestive health.
Suzie is also a personal trainer with 10 years experience and certification in CHEK Holistic Lifestyle Coaching and Easting Psychology & Mind Body Nutrition. Suzie works from several locations in York and Breathe Therapies in Preston. She delivers 1-1 sessions, group workshops and writes for various health & wellness magazines. Her personal experience includes her own healing journey through disordered eating and IBS in her teens, burnout and career changes, and supporting her mind & body during competitive sports training as a professional Muay Thai fighter in Thailand, and more recently, Crossfit. Her mission now is to educate and empower others in navigating their own personal health and wellness journey to become the best version of themselves.
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Abby Foreman DipCNM, MBANT, rCNHC, rGNC
Registered Nutritional Therapist & Nutritionist.
Special interests: Coeliac Disease, autoimmune conditions, digestive health, endometriosis.
Abby holds 1-1 consultations at her clinic in York and offers Skype consultations for those who aren’t local. Since her Coealiac diagnosis over 20 years ago Abby has overcome health challenges related to digestion, nutrient deficiencies, and endometriosis, as well as adapting successfully to a gluten-free lifestyle. As a nutritional therapist Abby’s role is to empower, inform and motivate her clients to take back control of their long-term health through personalised nutrition and lifestyle plans. Alongside her clinic Abby works at the Northern College of Acupuncture supporting the Nutrition team and caters for yoga retreats in and around York.
Nathalie Gudgeon BSc NMed, BSc (Hons) Psych, MBANT, rCNHC, AFMCP (IFM) 2017, Genesnippers 201
Registered Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, Registered Nutritionist, Nutrigenomics Practitioner, Access Consciousness Bars Practitioner.
Nathalie works on a consultant basis with clients as a Registered Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (CNHC) adopting a Functional Medicine approach (IFM). She has special interests in fertility, autoimmunity, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), children’s health, and Nutrigenomics. As a BANT Registered Nutritionist she is regularly invited to speak to retreats, schools, and corporate settings, and has a passion for the practical elements, with experience running cookery demonstrations for both adults and children. Nathalie has experience of developing menus, working with brands, contributing to magazines, radio, newsletters, and most recently her own food blog nutritiouslynatty.
Elena Holmes BSc, MA, MSc (Nutritional Therapy) MBANT, rCNHC, RSM
Besides offering 1-1 consultations Elena also gives talks and workshops to diverse interest and support groups. She loves creating wholesome and delicious recipes or adapting existing ones to her clients needs and wants everybody to know that healthy eating can and should always be fun! Elena’s particular area of interest and long-term expertise is plant-based (vegetarian or vegan) diets.
Marta Uhryn DipCNM, mBANT, rCNHC, ANP
Since graduating in 2017 Marta has been helping clients with a wide range of health concerns but her special interests are in gut health, hormonal issues, and weight loss. She practises from her clinic in Acomb, west York.
Claire Murray PGDip, MBANT, CNHC
Claire offers one to one consultations in York and online, supporting women with chronic digestive symptoms such as IBS, food intolerances and digestive discomfort. Her aim is to help women to enjoy a nourishing diet that’s right for their individual needs, to feel comfortable in their body and gain freedom from the stress of their chronic symptoms.
Having suffered from troublesome digestive issues and many other related symptoms herself, Claire offers a comprehensive, holistic approach with empathy and passion for unravelling complex cases. Digestive health is her specialism because it is a key foundation for whole-body health.
Claire has carried out further training in gastrointestinal disorders, women’s health, small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, autoimmunity, stress and inflammation.
Clarissa Nolan RGN, BSc (Hons) Psychology, MScIP, PgDip Nutritional Therapy, MBANT, rCNHC
Clarissa works part time as a research nurse at the University of York and part time as a Registered Nutritional Therapist in her practice, Nolan Nutrition, which is based at York Natural Health in Acomb. She sees adults and children with a wide range of health issues and has a special interest in chronic fatigue, cancer and other inflammatory conditions. She uses a functional medicine model to enable her to work carefully and holistically with her clients to optimize their quality of life.
T: 07447 274818