london nutritionist Lisa Blair
BA (HONS), DIP BCNH, MBANT, CNHC.
I studied at a nutrition college called BCNH and after four years of training I qualified with a distinction. In more recent years I studied with the renowned Institute of Functional Medicine (IFM) and have completed their foundation module (AMFCP) as well as their Advanced Gastrointestinal and Nutrition Modules. Functional Medicine focuses on a highly individualised and scientifically based approach to health with the emphasis on addressing underlying imbalances rather than just dealing with a set of symptoms. I apply this approach to all my clinical cases.
In the past I have worked at The Food Doctor Clinic from 2007 until they sadly closed their clinic at the end of 2016. I have also consulted at the Optimum Health Clinic, a highly specialised and integrated centre that focusses on chronic fatigue / ME, so have considerable experience in this complex area of health
I now work in my own business, Nutrition London which is based on South Molton Street in London's West End.
In a previous life I was a management consultant, so completely understand the nature of stress, having no time, eating badly and feeling permanently exhausted. I therefore have first hand experience of how simple diet and lifestyle changes can make massive difference to how you feel.
PROFESSIONALLY QUAILIFIED AND REGISTERED.
I am a fully qualified and registered member of the British Association of Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT), the Nutritional Therapy Council (NTC) and the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) and am fully insured to practice Nutritional Therapy.
In the October 2010 the Department of Health GP Bulletin requested that all GP's and Chief Nursing Officers recommend patients seeking complementary therapies to consult with practitioners who are registered with the CNHC.