Vita Nutritional Medicine
Willesden, North West London

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Mother & Child Nutrition

Being a Mum is one of the greatest and rewarding roles that a woman can embark upon. Yet, quite possibly it is also the hardest. Mums are amazing multi-tasking beings who juggle parenthood with a career, managing a home and maintaining a relationship.
We all want the best for our children and ensuring they have the correct diet is vital for their health, happiness and ongoing success in this big wide world.

As a Mother it is also vital you also achieve good nutritional intake not only for their own self- care, but also because your has been through tremendous changes from conception to birth. But also because in the first months your body will be supplying your babies nutrition and further down the line your diet will be the leading example to your child’s.
Knowing where to start with food introduction and how to deal with fussy eaters is difficult alone without navigating your way around the food market which is a misleading industry. As much as the relevant authorities try to make food labeling on salt, sugar, fat and additives more user friendly, its tricky.

My aim is to make it easier and navigate you to help you achieve the best possible diet for you and your child. However I am not saying the is one diet that suits all, there is the optimum but we all achieve this in our own way and this is what Nutritional Therapy is about.


General diet guidance for children, Food allergies and testing, Improving immunity, Sleep problems, Improving mood and behavior, Weight & Special educational needs

I am available for individual consultations and workshops for schools and parent and baby groups

I have worked with children for all my working career, starting out as a swimming instructor in my teenage years and now still 20 years on. I qualified as a Nutritional Therapist in 2013, it took a little time to find my place in the nutrition world but I feel that child nutrition is my path. I understand children I find it easy to build a rapport and gain their trust. In my experience I have found that children sometimes just need someone else to tell them what to do, so if you find you are struggling with your child and their diet my nutritional therapy skills may be an option .

Be assured that you are receiving professional services from a qualified practitioner. Nicola is a member of the British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy and the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council.

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