Our Nutrition Coach, Amber is an empathetic and calm practitioner who particularly loves working with people with ADHD and other neurodiverse brains. She also supports picky eaters, as well as those with pre-diabetes/diabetes. She instils a positive attitude towards food, helping to manage health issues with the application of personalised nutrition. She practises in Berkshire and via our video telehealth system.
Amber has a diploma in Applied Nutrition from The Sano School of Culinary Medicine, further training in children’s food behaviour, and is a qualified yoga teacher. She brings the science of nutrition into the kitchen with tailored recipes and on a practical level constructs shopping lists, builds your store cupboard and helps to get the freezer packed with a variety of meals and snacks all the family can enjoy.
Amber specialises in working with clients on free-from diets and has experience in creating meals for even the most complicated dietary requirements and health conditions.
Amber provides feeding support to our NatureDoc families, coaching you and your children into better eating and lifestyle habits. For very selective eaters, intervention strategies best suited to each child are combined with simple recipes to provide a food development plan. She had taken additional training at the University of Winchester to help with restricted eating, emotional eating and ARFID.
She favours a mindful approach to eating and incorporates therapeutic disciplines, like breathwork, to help find inner balance and maximise your physical and emotional wellbeing. She also offers one to one breathing sessions for those who need to optimise their lung function, to aid recovery from upper respiratory infections or to support their mental health.
She can also offer workshops and talks at schools for both pupils, staff and parents combining her passion for healthy food, breathing and mindfulness.
Amber is married and has two teenage children, as well as three dogs. She loves eating in rhythm with nature, growing her own vegetables and getting upside down on the yoga mat.