Jayne Hopper DipNT CNM BANT CNCH
Nutritional Therapist

Eat your way to good health

About Me

I have been a flight attendant for British Airways, amongst other airlines, for nearly 20 years now. During this time I have enjoyed life to the fullest, which has often reflected on my health in a negative way. I found that learning about the therapeutic uses of food and the potential impact it can have on health and lifestyle could increase my fitness and zest for life. My personal struggle with fertility also inspired me to study nutrition as the two are intrinsically connected. I hope that my empathy and experience on this subject can help you along this heartfelt path.

Our bodies are resilient and put up with the stresses and strains modern living demands of them, yet gradually, the cracks begin to appear… Niggling symptoms that we tend to ignore begin to surface; we may begin to gain a little weight, have the odd headache or just begin to feel tired a lot of the time. If these symptoms are left untreated a state of ill-health begins to develop.

The body has an amazing way to heal itself with nutrition. I believe that by adding the correct nourishment along with a healthy lifestyle, your body will thank you for it.

I believe in a healthy lifestyle adapting a nutritionally beneficial way of eating and not a diet per se.

I evaluate the root cause of the problem and not just the symptoms. The ‘whole person’ is cared for holistically, tailoring a diet that is best suited to you. More importantly, the changes we make are realistic and fit in to your lifestyle.

I gained my Diploma in Nutrition from the College of Naturopathic Medicine (CNM). CNM is a prestigious college that has a holistic view which focuses on whole and organic foods as medicine. I am also a Member of the British Association For Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT) as well as being registered with the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) which is supported by the Department of Health.

BANT represents the seal of excellence for nutrition health professionals in promoting the highest standards of education, training and qualification within nutritional therapy. CNHC is designed to enable applicants to demonstrate that their training and experience meets the National Occupational Standards (NOS) for their profession.

I qualified as a Nutritional Therapist after completion of a 3 year Diploma at the College of Naturopathic Medicine and I am Registered with Nutritionist Resource

Consultations are completely confidential and conducted in a supportive environment to really get to the root of your health concerns.

Nutritional therapy can be affective for several areas:


  Food allergies

  Eczema and Acne

  Hair loss

  Fatigue

  Hormonal imbalances & Life stages

  Jet lag

  Low immunity

  Stress & panic attack

  Aches and pains

  Insomnia

  Food intolerances

  Optimising mood and energy

  Concentration and exam stress

  Balancing blood sugar levels