Are you looking to improve your health by eating delicious food?

  • Do you want help understanding why you don’t feel so great and what to do to feel better?

  • Do you think some foods might not agree with you but you can’t pinpoint which ones?

  • Do you need achievable solutions and straightforward advice?

  • Would you like someone to listen, really understand and help you address your health concerns?

Personalised Nutrition

I provide a one-to-one nutrition service to improve your wellbeing. I work with you to conduct a holistic assessment of your nutritional requirements and devise your own personalised nutrition plan so that you can take control of your health. 

It is becoming increasingly evident that the ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to health doesn’t work for everyone. There are a variety of dietary approaches that can help

Evolution not Revolution

If you embark on an Eat4Wellbeing nutrition programme I will provide you with motivation and ongoing support. I do this by helping you pinpoint what drives you and what will make your resolutions a success. My belief is that any nutrition plan must be enjoyable, achievable and be focused around delicious foods. Incremental changes that are achievable are far more effective than drastic changes that are hard to stick to over the long term.

Demystification and simplification

There is an abundance of information available in the media but this can be overwhelming and confusing so I simplify and demystify this information overload. I also help you focus on what works for you and your lifestyle.

My advice is underpinned by scientific research. I keep up-to-date with the latest research and explore the current trends in nutrition for validity so you can be assured my advice is considered and trustworthy. 

A Piece of the Puzzle

Nutrition is just part of the wellness puzzle but a really key piece! Our bodies have an amazing ability to repair and recover. If you are feeling drained, have problematic symptoms or know that great health is eluding you I can you help you get back on track and feeling good in no time.

I work alongside the medical profession and other complementary professions to ensure your best health. 

Functional Medicine

I am trained to consider biochemical individuality and utilize foods, specific nutrients and lifestyle factors to address your needs. I follow a functional medicine approach, which aims to address the underlying causes of ill health.

Functional medicine involves looking at the body as a whole rather than at isolated symptoms and taking into account your own personal story. A key part of functional medicine is the client and therapist relationship so we can work together to achieve optimal wellbeing.

Jo has really helped me in boosting my immune system and energy levels.
Her nutrition plans and advice are clear and achievable and have made a huge difference to how I feel and how I think about my nutrition.
Through some simple diet and lifestyle changes, along with Jo’s friendly and supportive approach, I feel so much more in control of my own well-being!
Thank you!
— Poppy, Brighton
I really enjoyed our sessions, how you simplified things and took some of the overwhelm away when treating my conditions
— Helena, Dalkeith
Jo at Eat4Wellbeing is fantastic! The ultimate professional but also friendly and approachable. I participated in a two week detox program that Jo designed and I have also had a one-on-one consultation program to address my lack of energy levels. In both instances the programs, supplements and meal plans suggested by Jo were easy to follow and the support she provided through out made achieving my goals much easier. I have noticed a dramatic increase in my energy levels and general sense of wellbeing. In addition, I feel I am now better equipped to make informed decisions about the right foods to eat and those that I should avoid based on the knowledge I have gained from Jo. I would recommend Jo and Eat4Wellbeing to anyone who wants to improve their diet, energy levels or just have a better understanding of how the food we eat affects us.
— Emma, Hove