My name is Lillian Klein and I love what I do because I continuously see my clients’ health improving and there is no greater job satisfaction than that. I help you to interpret what your body is saying and uncover the root cause of your health concerns, allowing your body to do what it does best and that is to restore your health.

I have a first class honours degree in Nutritional Science and a post graduate qualification in Nutritional Therapy. I am registered with The British Association for applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT) and the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC). I have trained with Penny Brohn in their Bristol Whole Body approach to cancer. Part of my time is spent working at Nuffield Health and I am also the Nutritional Therapist for the amazing charity, Victoria’s Promise, which supports young women with cancer.

I am passionate about the healing power of food and inspire those around me with my enthusiasm towards healthy living. I believe that our health is not entirely predetermined, that the key to how we look and feel and our overall wellbeing, is the food we eat and the lifestyles we lead. Modern day living brings poor diet, stress and pollution, all of which contribute to the depletion of essential nutrients. Left unchecked, our interconnected body systems can become depleted of nutrients, which may result in a host of health complaints. Symptoms, however small, should never be ignored as they tell us that one or more of the bodies systems is out of balance.

What is Nutritional Therapy?

Nutritional Therapy is the application of Nutritional Science in the promotion of health, peak performance and individual care. Registered Nutritional Therapists use a wide range of tools to assess and identify potential nutritional imbalances and understand how these may contribute to an individual’s symptoms and health concerns. This approach allows them to work with individuals to address nutritional balance and help support the body towards maintaining health. Nutritional Therapy is recognised as a complementary medicine and can support a diverse range of health conditions. It is relevant for individuals with chronic conditions, as well as those looking for support to enhance their health and wellbeing.

Practitioners consider each individual to be unique and recommend personalised nutrition and lifestyle programmes rather than a ‘one size fits all’ approach. They frequently work alongside a medical professional and will communicate with other healthcare professionals involved in the client’s care to explain any nutritional therapy programme that has been provided.