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Hi, I’m Martin.  My journey towards a health-conscious way of living was not initially triggered by my own wellbeing but through observing the challenges members of my close family were faced with. 

Conventional medicine can be life-saving in many acute cases (such as a car accident or a heart attack) but for chronic conditions I thought there had to be another way: one that looked at the individual and took into account their lifestyle, diet and environment.

As my studies progressed and I began to change my own diet I noticed an increase in energy and my sleep improved – issues I wasn't even aware I was having.  I'd simply become used to feeling tired and thought that was normal.  This further opened my eyes to the potential of nutrition to benefit so many: not only people with diagnosed conditions but also for those looking to optimize their health and reduce their risk of developing disease.

I work with clients in a way that treats them as an individual and digs down to find the underlying cause of the issue.  It is by digging up these roots that long-lasting changes are made.

Qualifications & Training

Having completed a 3 year training program at the College of Naturopathic Medicine to qualify as a Nutritional Therapist I now practise in Wilmslow.

I am a member of the professional body BANT (British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy) and I have also reached the occupational standards of the NTC (Nutritional Therapy Council), which has strict Codes of Practise and Ethics.

I continue to grow and develop as a practitioner though keeping up-to-date with peer-reviewed research as well as attending accredited seminars and conferences around the country.