Advancing medicine with Food and Nutrients.

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Holistic Health and Nutrition.

Your experience at Holistic and Health Nutrition will be etched in your heart forever. By increasing quality of life, we can make the world a better place – one kind gesture at a time. Love, care, compassion, courage, happiness, knowledge, positive vibration.

 “It takes a special kind of person to become a successful clinical nutritionist,” says Dr. Smith. “You need passion for your field combined with strong scientific knowledge and interpersonal skills that allow you to successfully connect with your patients.”

Clinical nutritionists are highly trained professionals who have dedicated themselves to improving public health through promoting good eating habits and providing individuals with personalized nutritional guidance that meets their unique needs.


Advancing medicine with Food and Nutrients.

welcome to

Holistic Health and Nutrition.

7 steps of healing journey

7 steps of healing journey

Holistic Health and Nutrition

Hi, I am Maddie

and welcome to the Holistic Health and Nutrition.

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 Nutritionists  use evidence-based approaches to develop individualized meal plans for clients based on their needs, lifestyle, medical history, and food preferences. Nutritionists also provide counseling on topics such as weight management, digestive issues, allergies, food intolerances, chronic diseases like diabetes or hypertension, eating disorders, pregnancy or breastfeeding needs, nutrient deficiency prevention, vegetarianism or veganism, sports performance optimization, and more. 

In addition to one-on-one counseling sessions with clients in person or online, nutritionists now offer services such as grocery store tours where they will guide clients through the grocery store aisle by aisle showing them how to read labels accurately and make healthier choices while shopping for food items. Nutritionists also typically provide nutritional cooking classes either online or in person where they will demonstrate healthy recipes that incorporate fresh ingredients that are easy to prepare. 

When selecting a nutritionist it is important to look for someone Who has experience working with individuals with similar needs or goals as yours. It is also important to consider whether you prefer meeting in person or would prefer working with someone online if available in your area. Finally it is important to find someone who you feel comfortable talking openly with about your dietary habits so that together you can come up with an effective plan for achieving your health goals. 

Nutritionists must also be up-to-date with current trends in dieting such as veganism, gluten-free diets or intermittent fasting so they can accurately advise patients accordingly. Furthermore, they must stay abreast of changes in food production methods which could affect the nutritional value of certain foods so they can inform patients about any potential risks associated with them.


Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition Roehampton University London with Distinction and Clinical Nutritionist registered with Association for Nutrition London UK 2020. Nutritionist London

Herbal Medicine Blackford Centre 2018

Registered Nurse (NMC) graduate Middlesex University 2017

Manual Lymphatic Drainage Massage therapist- London School of Massage 2017

Advanced Diploma in Nutrition and Weight Management: Childhood Nutrition, weight loss & Obesity Prevention+ Client Psychology & Motivation+Nutrition and Weight Management, Clinical and sports nutrition and Exercise+Pre- and Post-natal Nutrition 2015

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Food for thoughts!

Have you been told by your doctor, your family, or your friends that gained weight, foggy brain and “senior moments”, sluggish immune system, aches and pains, feeling sad or maybe anxious or depressed are results of ageing?

How often have you said:

“My disease runs in my family” and you cannot do anything because you have poor genes? How did people convince you that aging means deterioration?

Chronic Health Problems in Children: asthma, diabetes (Prediabetes, Type 1 diabetes, Type 2 diabetes), obesity.

In England 1 in 3 children leaving primary school are overweight or living with obesity with 1 in 5 living with obesity.

2017-2020 The prevalence of obesity was 19.7% and affected about 14.7 million children and adolescents (USA)

More than 1 billion people worldwide are obese – 650 million adults, 340 million adolescents and 39 million children. It is estimated by 2025 approximately 167 million people – adults and children – will develop noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), such as type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, hypertension and stroke, various forms of cancer, as well as mental health issues.

Obesity is preventable.

How Can the Wrong Food Mess With Our Body?

Less recognized or less discussed is that human beings are also bioelectromangnetic beings.

As modern lifestyles become more and more dependent on electronic devices, continuously exposure to “dirty energy”, radiation exposure during the diagnosis and medical treatment, irradiated food and more. Therefore, it is vital for our wellbeing to be aware of the impact that external electromagnetic radiation (EMR) can have. Understanding bioelectromagnetism will provide us the powerful knowledge in protecting ourselves from any health risks associated with EMR exposure.

Therefore is not about the age. It is loss of function at the cellular level; your body is in distress.

You are more than welcome to ask any questions, and we are happy to answer. Contact us or  use the form and send the questions.

Leaky Gut

Chronic fatigue syndrome, Crohn’s disease, depression, diabetes fibromyalgia, food sensitivities, heart disease,  irritable bowel syndrome, inflammatory bowel disease multiple sclerosis polymyalgia rheumatica Raynaud’s Disease scleroderma Sjögren’s Syndrome, multiple autoimmune diseases ulcerative colitis   vasculitis  allergies, alopecia areata, Alzheimer’s disease and autism are strongly linked with Leaky gut:— Leaky gut affects the whole body.


Nutrition depletion caused by your daily medication.

For example: Diuretics are drugs that help the elimination of sodium (salt) and water from the body, as results will lower blood pressure. However, among water and sodium, other minerals and vitamins are eliminated out of the body, including vitamin C, Calcium, potassium and magnesium, all of which are involved in controlling blood pressure!  Low level of potassium if is not monitored and replaced accordingly, increases the risk for heart rhythm disturbances that can be serious life threatening situation.


SIBO is an abnormal overgrowth bacteria in the small intestine and is substantially under-diagnosed.

Proton-pump inhibitors, opioids, gastric bypass, colectomy, and dysmotility there are factors that can lead to SIBO.

SIBO causes vitamin deficiencies, specifically B12, weakness, sensory ataxia, and paresthesia. Severe Vit D deficiency from malabsorption can present with peripheral numbness, hand and feet paresthesia, and muscle cramps from hypocalcemia. 

SIBO has been implicated in developing nonalcoholic fatty liver disease and hepatic encephalopathy

Irritable bowel syndrome, intestinal motility disorders, and chronic pancreatitis are the most predominant cause of SIBO and account for 80-90% of cases.

Symptoms: bloating, diarrhoea, malabsorption, weight loss and malnutrition, joint pain, fat gain and inability to put on lean mass, chronic fatigue, Fibromyalgia,  rashes and skin disorder, wrinkles and dry sports, acne, eczema, psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, asthma, depression, poor mod.


Dysbiosys or altered microbial compositions. Dysbiosys have been linked to the disruption of mucosal barriers and an increased inflammatory response – conditions that could potentially trigger systemic diseases such as obesity, inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), celiac disease, food allergy, autoimmune diseases, type 2 diabetes, allergy, asthma, metabolic syndrome, cardiovascular disease, atopic eczema, and chronic diarrhoea.

Malabsorption Syndromes

Sometime you can have the healthiest diet in the world, if you have gut issues, you might suffer of Malabsorption and maldigestion. These both conditions go hand to hand, reducing the supply of vitamins, minerals, proteins and antioxidant your skin and your body needs to thrive. You gut bacteria make nutrients. For example Vitamin B7 known as biotin is essential for cell renewal and healthy skin and nails. Skin problems such as acne, dry skin, eczema, open enlarged pore and more? These are signs of digestive problem


If you would like to find out more about my services, or would like to book a consultation, please get in touch using email: I will respond to you as soon as possible. Alternatively, feel free to call me using the telephone number: 07947887043


If you would like to find out more about my services, or would like to book a consultation, please get in touch using email: I will respond to you as soon as possible. Alternatively, feel free to call me using the telephone number: 07947887043