Registered Nutritional Therapist
Jo has a Diploma in Nutritional Therapy and trained at the College of Naturopathic Medicine.
She has always had a passion for food, healthy eating and the workings of the human body, and after working in London for several years mainly in broadcast media, she felt it was time to turn her love into a qualification and future career. After three years of studying, she gained a diploma in Naturopathic Nutrition at the renowned CNM in London and has around five years clinical experience.
Jo also co-runs the brilliant healthy blogging site Cooking Them Healthy with Georgie Soskin, who is a professional chef. You can find a great many ideas in their blog, as well as recipes, filling up your shopping basket with healthy versatile foods, and the Supercharged section, for especially health-giving foods.
She feels strongly that better education is the key to a foundation of healthy eating, in the midst of so many conflicting messages and constantly changing research. Her aim is to use her up-to-date knowledge to guide and support, with the ultimate goal of improving your health and vitality. Jo has a particular interest in women’s health issues, pre & post-natal health and baby & toddler nutrition.
Jo is married with three young children.
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