Nutritionist specialising in menopause and hormonal health

Hi! I’m Gail, a Registered Nutritionist

Gail Brady – Registered Nutritional Therapist DipION MBANT

 

It has been almost 25 years since I first came across nutritional therapy.  Hormonal issues in my teens and twenties, and a subsequent diagnosis of endometriosis, led me to work with a Nutritional therapist. This had such a profound and positive effect on my life that I decided to pursue a second career as a registered nutritionist.

It took 4 years of study. But I loved the learning. I graduated in 2013 from the Institute for Optimum Nutrition (ION) in London and have since continued to study alongside working. I am currently in my final year (2019-2020) of a Master’s of Science (MSc) in Advanced Nutrition. My dissertation topic is focused on menopause and specifically how diet and exercise may help in managing weight gain and abdominal fat in menopausal women. A very interesting and timely topic for me…

I have found that my passion lies in supporting women to manage their hormonal issues through nutrition and lifestyle choices. With the knowledge that I have gained from both my personal journey and professional experiences, my mission is to empower women to live their healthiest lives especially in mid-life and beyond.

If you would like to book an appointment or find out more about how Nutritional Therapy could support you, please contact Gail on 07562 106052 or email gail@gailbradynutrition.com.
Interested in putting your name down on the waiting list for the forthcoming closed group programme to support peri-menopausal and menopausal women? Just provide your email address on the sign up form on the home page.
Recent training
  • 2 week Practitioner training for supporting the liver and detoxification pathways – Jan 2020
  • 4 week Practitioner training for supporting female hormonal health – Nov/Dec 2019
  • Institute for Functional Medicine¬† – Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice – Jan 2019
  • Final year (2019- Sep 2020) of a Masters of Science Degree (MSc) in Advanced Nutrition Dissertation topic – diet and exercise interventions for managing weight gain and abdominal fat throughout menopause.