Fiona Mills

BSc (Hons), Nutritional Therapy

Fiona graduated from the University of West London with a first-class degree in nutritional therapy.

She first became interested in the link between diet and health when her daughter developed a number of health problems when she was very young. After exhausting the medical route, a friend suggested nutritional therapy, which turned out to be life-changing. Now Fiona works to help other people back to health through diet and lifestyle.

Fiona is particularly interested in the area of gut health. A typical Western diet has been shown to have a detrimental effect on our gut microbiome. This is not only linked to digestive problems, such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), but also inflammation, cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, weight gain and anxiety/depression. Research shows eating a nutrient-rich diet can have a positive effect on gut health and in turn help to improve overall health and wellbeing.

Fiona uses a personalised approach to determine the best way to help you reach your health goals and will support you as you make changes to your diet and lifestyle. She is passionate about the power of good food and believes eating well should be about enjoying a varied diet that tastes great and is also doing you good.

In her spare time, Fiona enjoys running, reading and walking the family dog in the Dorset countryside.