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About Me

Hello, my name is Helen Antoniou, and I am a naturopathic nutritional therapist, dipCNM, registered and regulated under the governing bodies (BANT, CNCH, and ANP) having qualified, with distinction, after three years studying at The Centre of Naturopathic Medicine (CNM), London. 

After working in stressful roles, in advertising and professional service industries, for more than 15 years, and suffering my own health issues along the way, I decided to take charge and translate my own experiences and passion for health and nutrition into something I could use to educate and help others. 

I have a particular interest in supporting women's health, including fertility, PMS, menopause, thyroid and hormonal issues, sport's nutrition and children's nutrition (including children's sports nutrition) through to adulthood.

Helen Antoniou

My Approach


Having fertility, hypothyroidism and autoimmune issues myself, alongside being a mum of three young children, has shaped my appreciation of the importance of a healthy lifestyle. I understand, from experience, the challenges of juggling work and family life, whilst still looking after oneself and the significant impact stress can have on the human body.

Educating our children about nutrition from an early age, and providing them with the tools to consume a balanced diet, within the challenges of our current society, can help set them up for a healthy future. 

I strive to ensure my advice is clear, and focused, and does not further complicate your already busy life. Food and life are to be enjoyed, and I strongly believe in balance and there is no one diet that works for all. Each client consultation, and nutrition and lifestyle plan provided, is unique to your own, or your child's situation, but the goal is always to resolve your specific health issues or general well-being whilst being achievable and sustainable for the long term. 

Ultimately, if I was to provide one piece of advice it would be to aim to eat what our ancestors ate - fresh, colourful, unprocessed, and seasonal foods, much akin to the Mediterranean diet.

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