Jane Barrett DipION mBANT CNHC is a Registered Nutritional Therapist and the founder of Nurturing Nutrition. Jane undertook her four-year clinical training at the world-renowned Institute for Optimum Nutrition and graduated with distinction. Jane runs regular NutriYoga workshops (see events page) with local yoga teacher Gunilla Hartman and she also lectures at the College of Naturopathic Medicine in London.

She is a member of BANT (British Association of Applied Nutrition & Nutritional Therapy) which requires its members to attain the highest standards of integrity and competence; this ensures members of the public receive a professional and safe experience when visiting a qualified Nutritional Therapist.

Jane is also registered with CNHC (Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council) a public, government-funded voluntary register which ensures she is trained to the highest standards set by the National Occupational Standards. BANT and CNHC require all registered practitioners to maintain their skills by undertaking Continuing Professional Development (CPD). Jane regularly attends lectures & seminars to keep up to date with the latest research & developments in nutritional medicine.


My additional valuable ‘qualification’ is my journey to improved health with the help of nutrition.
From an early age, I suffered with colds and a runny nose (the butt of family jokes) which continued through my teens with constant sinus infections and IBS symptoms. However, I learned to ‘live with it’ for many frustrating years. I understand your frustration of ‘not feeling right’.

My quality of life became severely affected partly due to the anxiety it caused. I appreciate your anxiety concerning your health. Desperate to reduce my maddening symptoms, I started researching dietary approaches. I made changes to my diet and was surprised how such small changes made such big differences to my wellbeing. I felt so much better, it was a great relief. However, I knew I needed professional guidance and functional testing not being available on the NHS, I rang a Nutritional Therapist.

She assured me that personalised nutrition may indeed be of great help. She explained how my digestive and immune systems were out of balance, each one making the other malfunction and contributing to my mood and mind symptoms. I cried with relief to hear a solution to my problems. Those 20 minutes transformed my life and this is why I am passionate about providing the same free consultation for you.

Shortly after this time I decided this was what I wanted to do for others. Call it a calling. I had experienced first-hand the power of nutrition to improve my health and eagerly wanted to do the same for others – for people like you.

I felt so much better yet honestly believed that I could feel even more so. So I signed up at the renowned Institute for Optimum Nutrition to study nutritional therapy.

Four years of study brought me a wealth of scientific knowledge. I was still solving pieces of my personal puzzle, but also planning how I could help others. I realised years of cumulative stress (both physical and emotional) had also taken its toll on my health. No wonder I had (seemingly unrelated) symptoms all over my body! What a steep learning curve I was on.


Nutritional Therapists are unable to offer to ‘cure’ or ‘treat’ you; that is the role of medically-trained doctors. My role is to identify physiological imbalances in your body and support them nutritionally in your quest for optimum health. What I can offer is my commitment to offering you the best service I possibly can to help you achieve your wellbeing goals.

My commitment to you Nurturing Nutrition Ltd
1.       I have a commitment to provide an exemplary service to you
2.       I promise that all new enquiries will be responded to within 24 hours (within clinic times)
3.       I have a commitment to ongoing continuing professional development (CPD) to keep scientific knowledge current
4.       I commit to professional standards and codes of conduct
5.       I endeavour to deliver a programme that is sustainable within your lifestyle, engaging and motivating
6.       I am always non-judgemental
7.       Your confidentiality is paramount to me
8.       I will communicate with you via your preferred medium - Skype, email or phone outside of booked appointment times

Contact me now for a FREE 20-minute no obligation consultation on 01483 697121

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“The information and guidance delivered in a really easy to understand way.
So glad I came”
Jo, London

I learned we are all physiologically unique and what works for one person doesn’t work for another
I learned to listen to my symptoms and not to mask them with medication, but to find the cause and support the underlying imbalance
I learned that history, genetics and lifestyle choices all affect wellbeing, and most importantly, that they can be modulated with wise food choices
I learned to nurture my body, mind and soul I keep learning every day I practice

And now I want to share that learning with you

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Your body is a web-like connection of all body systems, scientists know that symptoms appearing in one area of the body may be caused by imbalances in another area.
Everything is connected.
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Nutritional Therapy is the application of nutrition science to promote optimum health, vitality and wellbeing. The key focus is keeping your body in balance through diet and lifestyle


First of all, I offer a free no-obligation 20-minute phone consultation. This allows you to find out if nutritional therapy and my approach is right for you.


One of the best ways to learn something new is to experience it. It’s a bit like kinaesthetic learning, the art of learning by doing. Well that’s exactly what I did with my health. I learned how to improve my health through the use of nutrition.