Caroline Skirrow BSc NT mBANT CNHC
Registered Nutritional Therapist
My knowledge of nutrition and cooking coupled with my background in psychology, healthcare and communications gives me an unique and very diverse set of skills to help people. I have a deep passion for what I do, which is evident to anyone who meets me. This helps me to quickly gain trust and motivate my clients to make the changes they need.
I have always had an interest in cooking and health, so after a two-decade career in marketing and communications I decided to retrain as a Nutritional Therapist. I studied at the University of Westminster and was awarded a First Class Honours degree in 2007.
After graduating I set up my practice in Crouch End and went on to work as a Nutritional Therapist for the private health group, Nuffield, offering consultations at their Premier gym in Covent Garden. In addition to the Crouch End practice I also have a clinic at The Light Centre in Moorgate.
As an ex-business executive I know only too well the pressures of the corporate world, so am well placed to offer advice on how to fit healthy diet and lifestyle choices around the demands of the modern working life.
I regularly give nutrition talks and deliver a variety of well-being activities such as ‘Meet the expert’ events, weight-loss programmes and menu planning.
My PR and communications background makes me a natural choice for media comment and I have been featured in numerous publications such as The Daily Mail, Men’s Health, Runner’s World and Cosmo.
I choose to be a member of the self-regulatory body BANT and am registered with the CNHC. This means that I meet a rigorous set of training standards, operate within a voluntary code of practice and meet the necessary criteria to be an approved practitioner for GP referral.
I am a registered practitioner with Prudential Health Insurance.
I am fully insured with professional indemnity insurance by Balens Ltd.
Continuing Professional Development courses attended:
Oct 2014 – Unravelling chronic fatigue (Qi Research)
Sept 2014 – Foundations of NLP (Auspicium)
May 2014 – Gene talk: Using genetic testing in practice (PRL Europe)
June 2014 – Mindfullness for eating (Dr Cinzia Pezzolesi)
May 2014 – Functional sports’ nutrition (Sports Nutrition Live)
April 2014 – Menopause (Genova)
Oct 2013 – Fat around the middle (Dr Marilyn Glenville)
Oct 2013 – Heart health: Practice tips (Ben Brown ND)
Oct 2013 – Weight loss (Patrick Holford)
July 2013 – Sports nutrition (Dr Elisabeth Phillips)
July 2013 – Endocrine testing (Dr Natalie Ludlow)
Mar 2013 – Vitamin D and osteoporosis (Ingennus)
Mar 2013 – Gut Feeling (Alessandro Ferretti)
Mar 2013 – Environmental toxins (Genova)
Feb 2013 – Cardiovascular disease prevention (Genova)
Oct 2012 – Detox and weight loss (Ben Brown ND)
Oct 2012 – Are you ‘inflammageing’? (Patrick Holford)
Oct 2012 – Autoimmunity: The gut lining and Nutritional Therapy (Anthony Haynes)
Oct 2011 – The art of Nutritional & Herbal practice in European regulation (Robert Verkerk)
Oct 2011 – How to improve Mood and wellbeing by balancing hormones and neurotransmitters naturally (Anthony Haynes)
June 2011 – Introduction to clinical Psychoneruoimmunology (Leo Pruimboom)
May 2011 – Food intolerance and intestinal microflora (Professor Hunter)
May 2011 – Allergy Masterclasss: Food allergies (Allergy & Gluten-Free Show)
Feb 2011 – Pancreas: The caretaker of human health (Leo Pruimboom)
Nov 2010 – Gut health: Integrity and immunity (Alessandro Ferretti)
Nov 2010 – Female health: The hormone roller coaster (Alessandro Ferretti)
Oct 2010 – Immune health (Alessandro Ferretti)
Oct 2010 – Cardiovascular health (Alessandro Ferretti)
Oct 2010 – Seven essential supplements for female health (Dr Marilyn Glenville)
Oct 2010 – Obesity: The big problem (Alessandro Ferretti)
Nov 2010 – Male health (Lamberts)
May 2009 – The origins and evolution of the Western diet (Loren Cordain)
Sept 2008 – The role of fatty acids in paediatric nutrition (Prof Michael Crawford)
Sept 2008 – Anti-ageing Conference (AAC)
Oct 2006 – Advanced strategies for autoimmune disease (Dr Jeffrey Bland)