Nutritional Therapy

Rose glover BSc Hons MBANT CNHC

Nutritional Therapy by Rose Glover
Rose Glover is our Nutritional Therapist

Before studying nutrition, I trained and worked as an actress in London, New York and Los Angeles. It was whilst living in L.A that I became truly excited and inspired about health and well-being, as although I was living my dream (there’s nothing quite like the California sun!), I had my own niggling health concerns which I was ignoring, and was hoping would just ‘go away’.
I started to read every nutrition book I could get my hands on and eventually (after a hell of a lot of trial and error, a little bit of kicking and screaming and a lot of falling on and off the ‘healthy bandwagon’) I started to give my body exactly what it needed to thrive and to feel amazing.

I understand that feeling tired, bloated, having skin breakouts, immune issues and feeling lacklustre can stunt your potential in all areas of your life, because I’ve been there!

Once I was back on home turf in the UK, I was so excited and inspired about specialised nutrition, that I decided to throw the towel in on my acting career and go back to university to study nutritional therapy at degree level.

My vision was to set up a nutritional consultancy which guides, encourages and supports women in their own journeys towards health. I want women to feel great about themselves – I want them to discover what a magnificent difference nutrition and lifestyle can make to their lives.

How does it work?

Nutritional Therapy is a patient-centred and evidence-based approach to healthcare that recognises the biological uniqueness of each patient. In Nutritional Therapy, protocols are tailored towards maintaining health and promoting vitality and wellness by identifying biochemical imbalances and nutrient depletions, and by incorporating nutrient rich foods and supplement protocols.

Nutritional therapy is based on a Functional Medicine framework, which addresses the underlying causes of disease by treating the whole person, not just an isolated set of symptoms. The framework uses a personalised approach that empowers patients to take an active role in their own health, and offers a powerful clinical model for assessment, treatment and prevention of chronic disease.

Nutritional therapy can help manage:

-Hormonal imbalances
-Weight management
-Premature ageing
-Stress & Anxiety
-A weak immune system
-Digestive issues

For more information have a look on Rose’s website: and for bookings please email:

We accept self-pay patients and all insurance plans.

Phone 0207 870 9166

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