Welcome to BANT. if you are a member, please


Claire Foss, The Institute for Optimum Nutrition (ION)
28 October 2016

Having travelled to Australia in my 20’s to ‘find myself’, I discovered a wonderful Naturopath and decided this was a career route that appealed to me. Together with a dislike of the orthodox system (years of visiting doctors with ear problems… Read More >

Sarah Dumont-Gale, Institute for Optimal Nutrition
30 September 2016

My journey to study Nutritional Therapy started for me when I was 18 and living in Spain, away from home for the first time.  A row of tequilas was my pre-drinking tipple and my kitchen cupboards were bare apart from… Read More >

Tiffany Smith, Centre for Nutrition Education & Lifestyle Management (CNELM)
29 July 2016

All my life I have been passionate about health, food and travel.  At 10 I wanted to be a doctor, but developed an unfortunate habit of fainting at the sight of needles! When I left school after A levels, I didn’t go… Read More >

Katherine Caris-Harris, Centre for Nutrition Education & Lifestyle Management (CNELM)
27 May 2016

I decide to study nutrition as my children are growing up and I wanted to start working again, but wished to do something I felt passionately about and that would be flexible around my family.  I’ve not always followed a low-toxic diet… Read More >

Sharon Peck, Centre for Nutrition Education & Lifestyle Management (CNELM)
29 April 2016

As a young adult, my diet was mainly based around cheese on toast and pasta.  Indeed, I considered cheese, bread and chocolate to be the culinary holy trinity and felt immensely sorry for friends that couldn’t tolerate lactose so missed… Read More >

Tilly Paz, University of West London (UWL)
14 March 2016

For many people, nutritional therapy is about nutrition. But for me, with a rich background in supporting victims of trauma and sexual assault, it was the therapy that caught my eye. Can therapy, when it comes to nutrition, be more… Read More >