Christine Bailey, MSC MIFM MBANT PGCE
- Nutritional Therapist
- Functional Medicine Practitioner
Reading, England, GB
Christine is an award winning Nutritional Therapist, Chef, Author and Broadcaster with over 18 years of experience. With a passion for creating delicious nourishing recipes Christine has a reputation for transforming people’s health and love of real food. Working in the Food, Health & Fitness sector Christine is much sought after due to her in-depth nutritional and food expertise.
Christine has undertaken extensive academic and scientific training – she holds two BSCs, an MSC as well as a PGCE in nutrition and cookery teaching. She has also trained with the Institute of Functional Medicine IFM. She is fully registered with BANT, CNHC and is on the NHS directory of complementary therapists. Christine uses evidence based scientific research to support her work and continually reviews new research and publications advising the media and companies on nutrition and food research.
Christine knows herself the power of food on our health. She had a life saving operation at the age of 26 years old when she was 28 weeks pregnant with her ﬁrst child. Christine was diagnosed Coeliac and restored her health by adopting dietary changes and designing her own gut healing programme. In addition one of her sons was diagnosed with a rare autoimmune condition at the age of 2 years old. Simply by making dietary changes to his diet his symptoms have been completely resolved.
As well as working as a consultant to numerous companies and writing for national press, Christine runs ‘Nourish’ cookery classes including popular hands on days for children. She develops new recipes and products for a wide range of companies and regularly appears in the media discussing food, nutrition and fitness topics and demonstrating healthy recipes. Christine is an inspiring nutritional chef well known for her engaging style and enthusiasm.
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