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Passionate About Nutrition and Functional Medicine.

Creating Individual Pathways to Wellness

As a woman, I understand first-hand the importance of prioritising our health and well-being


Because I have the same struggles that most women share… working long hours, managing a household, and juggling children and ageing parents.

And not that long ago, I felt the same as you.

Despite my knowledge, I brushed aside the exhaustion, muscle pain, mood swings, low libido, depression, brain fog, and inability to focus.


Because I had work to do and people to look after.

In a very short time, I went from blazing to burnout…

… getting back to bright took some time.

As my health began to improve, what became very clear was this:

If you don’t have your health, nothing else truly matters…

The problem is that many women often struggle to find a lasting solution to their health issues. They may try various diets, supplements, and other remedies without seeing any significant improvement, leaving them feeling frustrated and overwhelmed.

But the good news is that there is a solution…

Through a functional medicine approach, I help women uncover the root causes of their health concerns and create personalized nutrition plans to address them.

By taking a comprehensive look at your health history, lifestyle, and symptoms, I can identify underlying imbalances and deficiencies that may be contributing to your hormone, weight, or gut problems. Then, I’ll work with you to develop a tailored plan that includes whole foods, supplements, and lifestyle modifications to support your body’s natural healing processes.

Through this approach, many of my clients have experienced significant improvements in their symptoms, such as better hormonal balance, increased energy, improved digestion, and weight loss. By taking charge of your health and working with a knowledgeable nutritionist and functional medicine practitioner, you can transform your health and feel empowered to live your best life.


Professional Bio:

I grew up in a care home and worked my first shift when I was 12. I’ve had the privilege of 40 years (and counting) of seeing what ageing well looks like, especially for women. I continue to advise the family business and I am still surrounded by the wonderful minds of some very youthful women. I qualified as a nurse in 1997 and have worked within several acute settings along with gynae-oncology which gave me a real insight into women’s reproductive and endocrine system. My love for nutrition began during my time working in acute settings, my thoughts always being… but what if we could avoid this level of poor health, especially in people so young. Where did it start? I was always astounded by the banana that was on a cardiac patient’s food tray, and the leaflet they took away that told them to follow the food pyramid. There simply had to be a better way.

We can’t avoid ageing but our approach to it can influence how well that happens, allowing us to protect our health, job, sanity, and relationships.

  • Meg Kennedy Functional Nutritionist

    Meg Kennedy

    MSc (Nutritional Therapy), Dip HE (Nursing), RN, mIFM

    Functional Nutritionist

    My Qualifications:

    • MSc Nutrition from Middlesex University
    • Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice(AFMCP)
    • IFM Advanced Practice Modules – Gut, Hormone, Immune, Cardio-Metabolic, Bio-energetics
    • Diploma in Nutritional Therapy from Northern College of Acupuncture
    • Dip HE (Nursing), RN from Leeds University
    • Certificates in Phlebotomy & IV Nutrition

    I am a member of:

    • Institute of Functional Medicine (IFM)
    • Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC)

    I am fully insured.

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