Kim Chandler BA(Hons) mBANT DipCNM CNHC registered
I love good food! I love the way it makes me feel, the energy it provides me with and how my body responds to it. This was one of the biggest motivators behind why I
chose to become a Nutritional Therapist.
After over eight years of working in the commodities trading and shipping sectors in New Zealand, Japan and London, big changes happened in my life. I
married my best friend James and moved to England, from New Zealand, all in time to have my baby boy and begin my study of Nutritional Therapy - something I have always
had an interest in.
Nearly six years and another little boy later, I find myself qualified as a Nutritional Therapist. I work with the general public and have helped clients of all ages and
backgrounds deal with a range of ailments. I love this job, it has always been my dream to have a job helping people (I wouldn't have minded being a medical doctor or a vet
if I could have handled the sight of blood, but that's another story...) Anyway, every day is different, every person I see is unique and it really makes my day when someone
tells me how much more they can do in their life and I can see it with my own eyes.
I believe that we can change how we feel both physically and mentally and thus what we can achieve substantially by making wise food and drink
choices. As long as you have the choice of what you eat and drink, you have the power to help improve whatever condition your body or mind is in. I also believe that
sensible nutrition and sensible exercise go hand in hand when striving for your health goals. As a much admired fitness and nutrition expert Jack LaLanne once said: 'Exercise
is King, nutrition is Queen, put them together and you have a Kingdom'. Beautiful!
With Eat Well and Work Out I'm looking forward to a future of helping as many people as I can, of all ages, to live not only longer, but also fuller and healthier lives too. Afterall,
what could be more important to you and your loved ones than having you in the best health possible and vice versa?
Please feel free to contact me via email if you have any questions or would like to arrange for a quick chat about how I can help you. Here's to the best of health for everyone!