Hello! I’m Becs

  I am a qualified nutritional therapist and currently training with the Institute of Function Medicine – looking at the root cause of dis-ease, not just fixing symptoms.  I work mainly with women to restore digestive, hormonal and mental health challenges.  My aim is to educate and inspired you to use food and lifestyle changes to be the best version of you.

I am also a Gut and Psychology Syndrome Practitioner, having trained with Dr Natasha Campbell-McBride in 2015.  I also work with children and families with ASD to help them be calmer, happier people.

Thanks for coming to visit!

Here are a few kind words from some of my clients

“I would highly, highly recommend working with Becs from Inspired Wellbeing and truly believe she has changed and empowered my approach to eating and healthy living for a lifetime.

Becs is incredibly knowledgeable, warm, holistic, responsive and supportive. She takes an incredibly detailed and systematic approach, such that her recommendations felt not only deeply tailored to my constitution (from a biomedical and holistic perspective including wisdom from a range of healing traditions) but also to the practicalities of my day to day life, cultural preferences and household needs!

It has meant that working with Becs has allowed me to make changes to my diet and lifestyle that are genuinely sustainable and I have honestly never felt better in my body, leaner, more energetic, more balanced, more vital.

Through a more conscious approach to nutrition with Becs’ guidance, I have learnt a great deal about self-care and how easily we overlook it at our peril!

As a GP in the NHS I feel my approach to my own clinical practice has been altered through this experience. I find myself discussing nutrition and self-care with patients at a far more fundamental level and find this is very gratefully received.

Becs really is a shining example of holistic co-creation of health and I cannot overstate the benefits of working with her.”

I met Becs while on a Kaliyoga retreat in Spain. She was the in-house nutritionist there. As part of the retreat Becs joined us on various occasions to share her immense wisdom on nutritional choices and common issues.

I was so impressed with her knowledge and approach that I booked a 121 session while on the retreat.

I’ve seen various nutritionists over the years to help me understand/manage various stomach/gut related issues, but I found Becs to be a class above the rest. The tailored information and recommendations Becs gave me really made a big difference to how I feel on a day to day basis.

I implemented and was able to sustain 85% of what she recommended on the retreat, and after 3 months chose to have a follow-up consultation over Skype to tweak a few things.

Becs is supportive, encouraging and expert. Ultimately it’s down to me to make the changes, but with Becs I feel more motivated and informed. I can’t recommend her highly enough.

“Many diets recommend meals at regular times, sitting down to eat and mindfully eating as well as good hydration etc. As a doctor, my knowledge about diet and nutrition is good but my job, working in a busy hospital means that I work long hours with no regular breaks – hydration is in the form of cold coffee and nutrition is from the box of “Quality street” at the nurses desk!

Becs understands that for many people leading an organic raw food lifestyle whilst living and working in a busy city isn’t realistic for many people as much as we’d like to. She took a very thorough history and then worked with me to improve my overall nutrition.

We worked through a lot of excellent ideas to improve my hydration and what I can do when I return home famished to keep me satisfied until dinner. Generally a lot of easy ideas to balance my energy levels and improve my overall nutrition.

Even if you don’t think you have nutritional problems, I’d still recommend Becs as an excellent resource, no matter how well you think you know your body!”


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