Helping you gain control of your health and wellbeing by making more educated food and lifestyle choices..restoring the balance of body and mind

Amanda Morley

Registered Nutritional Therapist


Learning about the impact that food has on health has been the most fascinating eye-opening journey of my life.

I was fortunate enough to meet a naturopath when London life was taking its toll on my health.  Working for 25 years in the PR, yachting, restaurant and event industries provided amazing adventures and lots of fun, however it also came with poor dietary choices, high stress and late nights, playing havoc with my hormones, skin and gut health. 

I was encouraged to make changes to my diet, some of which were easy and some took longer to adapt to, but seeing the improvements to my health and well-being over the years inspired me to keep going.  I became more and more fascinated in the nutrient value and healing power of food which led me to study Nutrition for three years at the College of Naturopathic Medicine.

I now enjoy a much quieter and healthier life in West Sussex, having fallen in love with the South Downs where I walk with my dog as much as possible.

The other big passion in my life is yoga and I am a certified 200 hour trained yoga teacher.  This has provided me with invaluable tools for relaxation and dealing with stress.

x Amanda

I believe there is a real need to simplify our lives, to honour our intuition and to reconnect with our innate intelligence towards food and lifestyle choices…

“The most important words in the universe are the words you say to yourself”

Marie Forleo

Professional Credentials

Amanda Morley

Registered Nutritional Therapist.


Professional Qualifications

I am a fully insured BANT member and CNHC-registered Nutritional Therapist. I studied Nutritional Therapy at the College of Naturopathic Medicine.

BANT – British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy

  • The recognised professional body for Nutritional Therapy in the UK.
  • Members of BANT are bound to a Code of Conduct and strive to achieve the level of professionalism necessary for the safe practice of Nutritional Therapy as an evidence-based patient-centred form of care.

CNHC – Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council

  • The regulating body for nutritional therapy which allows NHS healthcare providers and the public to identify safe Nutritional Therapists who conform to national standards.
  • The Department of Health encourages GPs to recommend CNHC registered practitioners to patients looking for complementary healthcare.
  • CNHC registered practitioners have studied Nutritional Therapy academically to a minimum of degree level. Their courses are listed and approved by the Nutritional Therapy Council (NTC) and conform to the National Occupational Standards (NOS) and Core Curriculum for Nutritional Therapy established by Skills for Health.

Continued Professional Development (CPD)

At least 30 hours of continued professional development is required each year to retain BANT and CNHC registration.  I regularly attend conferences and seminars keeping me up to date with the leading edge developments of nutritional medicine.

ANP – Association of Naturopathic Practitioners

  • The primary function of the ANP is to assist its members in maintaining the highest standard of competence.
  • The ANP is an internationally connected organisation and is in touch with the politics of health and the safeguarding of natural therapies.
  • All ANP members have had to undertake an accredited course and abide by the ANP code of ethics to be accepted into the association.