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AMELIA FREER (FdSc, Dip ION) is one of the UK’s leading Nutritional Therapists and healthy eating experts. She is also an internationally best selling author with her fourth book, Simply Good For You, recently released.

Amelia fervently believes that we can all achieve improved health and well-being by electing to eat the right foods. A well nourished body is stronger and more resilient and better able to face the challenges of modern day life and it need not be complicated. Keeping it simple is key. Good nutrition is, first and foremost, a celebration of food. See Amelia’s 5 Top Tips for starting your journey towards a happier, healthier life.

Read About Amelia’s Own Journey Here

latest articles

8 ‘Healthy’ Things I Don’t Do

As wellness & nutrition professionals, we are generally very good at making recommendations about practices and habits that are beneficial to health. What we are not so great at, however, is reassuring people about the things they don’t need to worry too much about. We have busy lives and limited budgets. So to prevent a sense of overwhelm, or guilt that by not doing everything we are somehow not taking good care of ourselves, we need to prioritise those practices that serve us best and consciously choose to let others go.


Summer Health

Summer is peak growing season, with fields, growing spaces, polytunnels, allotments and perhaps even our own gardens or windowsills bursting at the seams with produce. It’s easier to find locally grown fruit and vegetables and as harvests increase, prices tend to fall too. Now is therefore the perfect time to embrace fruits and vegetables in all their technicolour glory.


pancake day
25th Feb

Fancy a recipe to elevate your pancakes on Shrove Tuesday? These Coconut Pancakes are a heavenly twist on the traditional recipe – crisp on the outside and gorgeously fluffy on the inside. I shall be serving mine with my favourite topping of blueberries, coconut flakes and a drizzle of maple syrup.


spring inspiration

Spring is a time for growth and renewal, to cleanse ourselves of the heavier foods and restfulness of winter. Our bodies naturally crave lighter more refreshing foods.


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