About Amanda Registered Nutrition Therapist

About Amanda

Amanda’s Qualifications: Having completed the MSc in Nutritional Medicine at the University of Surrey with graduation in 2019, the graduation video can be seen here: https://surrey.stageclip.com/clip/amanda-turner-master-of-science-in-nutritional-medicine-2/

Looking into optimum human nutrition as well as promoting health and preventing disease, Amanda also has previously completed a BSc (Hons) degree in Nutritional Therapy from Middlesex University and a Diploma as a Nutritional Adviser. Amongst other qualifications, she has a BA (Hons) degree in German and CiM diploma in Marketing.

Considering the huge amount of robust clinical evidence which is being published nowadays, Amanda also subscribes to nutrition and medical journals and regularly attends study days and continual professional development courses.

Amanda’s Professional Memberships include Senior Associate Member of the Royal Society of Medicine, Member of Institute of Functional Medicine, Member of BANT (British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine) and she is CNHC-registered.

Wishing to encourage and embrace integrative healthcare where appropriate, her training involves full collaboration with mainstream healthcare professionals.

To support clients in making changes last, Amanda has also trained in Neuro-Linguistic Programming with a special focus on therapeutic coaching. Previously Amanda worked in the healthcare industry for over 24 years and this involved working with NHS doctors, nurses, pharmacists and many other healthcare professionals. The focus was mainly on gut health but also some other areas eg skin care, continence, clinical nutrition. This experience has given her insight into when conventional measures are often used in this area and when nutritional or integrative options are sometimes also available to consider?

For health-wise nutritional advice, therapy and education, please contact Amanda straightaway. ‘GOOD DIET and GOOD DIGESTION may support THE BODY’S MAIN PILLARS OF MAINTAINING HEALTH.’ In summary, fundamental published research indicates, “Our review article has drawn everything together from global studies, and the common theme is that compounds in the epigenetics/diet/foods can, at the very least, help us lead healthier lives…”17