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Lucy Malone

DipION, mBANT, CNHC
Registered Nutritional Therapist

Lucy Malone

DipION, mBANT, CNHC
Registered Nutritional Therapist

About Lucy

Lucy has a Nutritional Therapy Diploma from the Institute of Optimum Nutrition. She offers a broad range of nutritional support with a particular interest in children’s health, development and brain function.

Her passion for nutrition developed through observing how dietary changes had a profound and beneficial impact on the health, development and behaviour of her brother who has severe autism. Seeing this, Lucy began to improve her own nutrition, again with positive outcomes – more energy, clearer skin and a healthier relationship with food to name a few.

Lucy was inspired to help others in the same way. Still in her previous career in consultancy she began to study, graduating 3 and a half years later with Distinction as a Nutritional Therapist. Whilst studying, she started her own family and her passion for nutrition, the role it plays in pre- and postnatal wellbeing, children’s health and neurological development has continued to grow.

Lucy aims to show people that eating healthily can be fun, interesting and sustainable, that it is possible to find a balance, develop nourishing habits and that there is hope for achieving excellent health and wellbeing for children and adults alike.

Lucy holds clinic in Wirral, Merseyside and also offers virtual consultations via Skype.

Lucy Specialises In:
ADHD
Autism
Baby & Toddler Health
Children's Anxiety
Children's Nutrition
Fertility
Functional Medicine
Gut Health
Neuro-Development
Nutritional Therapist
PANS/PANDAS
Post-Natal Health
Pregnancy
Lucy's Latest Posts
Weaning - The Biggest Questions Ever Asked By Parents

Weaning – The Biggest Questions Ever Asked By Parents

The idea of introducing solid food to your baby can be both exciting and daunting in equal measure. It can raise all sorts of uncertainty, after all you want to help baby build a positive relationship with food that supports their health, development, growth and immunity through childhood and beyond. I aim to answer the biggest questions on weaning that we hear in our clinic every day, to help you make your baby’s journey from milk feeds to family meals nourishing and enjoyable.

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Top Tips for Dealing with Fussy Eating – Part One

Do you have a fussy or picky eater in your home? If so, you’re not alone, it is one of the most common nutritional worries for parents. We want to make sure our children have the nutrition they need to grow, develop, run, play, fight of illness, excel at school… but it’s not always that easy!

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Top Tips for Dealing with Fussy Eating – Part Two

A wonderfully healthy diet sounds great in theory, but if you have a picky eater on your hands then this is where you have your work cut out. In too many household’s food choices can become a sticking point and meal times can be incredibly stressful. Learn some practical ways how to turn a picky eater into a fantastic feeder.

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