Nutritional Therapist Bristol

Anna is our Nutritional Therapist working in the Bristol Area offering a range of nutritional therapy services to support you and your family. Anna provides nutritional advice for women during pregnancy, postnatally and also for children. 

Read our latest Nutrition Blog about helping your body during a UTI / Cystitis 

Or try our recent popular post keeping up your energy when you’re not getting enough sleep – How to sleep well with a new baby – Energy tips for tired parents

Family Nutrition


When you eat a balanced nutritious diet you feel stronger, calmer and more resilient – all useful for raising a family! As mums of two children ourselves, we both know how hard it is to think of new meals to make to keep it all interesting, and how easy it is just to grab a slice of toast! Get in touch to find out how our tailored, evidence based, holistic nutrition plans can help you, or your child. Email us

Baby Nutrition & Weaning


Our Baby Nutrition & Weaning Classes give you all you need to know to start solids with your baby. We cover when to start, what first foods to give, the difference between Baby Led Weaning and purees, and nutritional requirements for babies. Book your place or contact us for a private group booking.



Fert_Preg Nutrition


Prepare your body for pregnancy through diet and lifestyle changes to get to optimum health. During pregnancy avoid health complications and keep your energy up with a diet bursting with nutrients. Get tailored support from Anna with a Fertility or Pregnancy Nutrition Plan.



Anna is a qualified Nutritional Therapist (DipCNM BANT CNHC) and works across Bristol. Appointments are in your home or in Fishponds. Contact us for your personalised nutrition consultation to help you feel confident with your food choices.

Read more about our Tailored nutrition 1-1 appointments for you or your child. We can support optimum health for Fertility, Pregnancy, Postnatal period or general family health.

You may also like to read:

Read about getting enough calcium when breastfeeding.

Why you need folate not folic acid during pregnancy

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