About Charlotte

“The most challenging thing about being a woman is trying to do it all… family, career, social life, children! And then… the menopause comes along and literally knocks the crap out of you!”

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In my case it was (almost) overnight…

Right there with you ladies!

After what seemed a lifetime of endometriosis, PCOS and infertility, my womb decided to give me a break.

I had my two lovely boys…

The cease fire with my body was short lived, however, and after ongoing adenomyosis and problems with my cervix, last December I had a total hysterectomy at the age of 44. And I was thrown into a full-on menopause literally overnight.

Due to my nutritional knowledge and background, I have been able to navigate the menopausal storm. However, I am painfully aware, most women go through this transition without support or guidance, and this can be incredibly confusing and lonely.

Right there with you ladies!

After what seemed a lifetime of endometriosis, PCOS and infertility, my womb decided to give me a break.

I had my two lovely boys…

The cease fire with my body was short lived, however, and after ongoing adenomyosis and problems with my cervix, last December I had a total hysterectomy at the age of 44. And I was thrown into a full-on menopause literally overnight.

Due to my nutritional knowledge and background, I have been able to navigate the menopausal storm. However, I am painfully aware, most women go through this transition without support or guidance, and this can be incredibly confusing and lonely.

Navigating the minefield of the menopause is hard enough WITH the right support. Imagine what it feels like without?

So, I help women kick menopause’s butt!

I became a nutritional therapist back in 2010, when I gained my BSc in Nutritional Medicine from the University of West London.

Since then, I have spent the last 10 years helping men, women and children eat well and be healthy. My firm belief is that food can be healthy and delicious, and can support a number of medical conditions and issues.

As women, we know our bodies can be ruled by our hormones – our monthly cycle demonstrates this only too well! But what is less known, is that food can help balance out our hormones and keep us on an even keel, making our conditions and challenges less impactful and more manageable.

A little bit about me…

A little bit about me…

 

I became a nutritional therapist back in 2010, when I gained my BSc in Nutritional Medicine from the University of West London.

Since then, I have spent the last 10 years helping men, women and children eat well and be healthy. My firm belief is that food can be healthy and delicious, and can support a number of medical conditions and issues.

As women, we know our bodies can be ruled by our hormones – our monthly cycle demonstrates this only too well! But what is less known, is that food can help balance out our hormones and keep us on an even keel, making our conditions and challenges less impactful and more manageable.

I have spent the last 10 years helping men, women and children eat well and be healthy. Now I work with women dealing with the menopause.

Background & Qualifications

I have been a registered and qualified Nutritional Therapist for 10 years, and have spent that time helping my client, use nutrition to support and manage a whole range of challenges and conditions. My focus is now helping women navigate the menopause.

Qualifications

BA in History and MSc in Heritage Studies

Personal Performance Coach – The Coaching Academy (2005)

BSc in Nutritional Medicine – University of West London (2010)

Metabolic Balance Practitioner (2011)

Functional Medicine Practitioner – Institute for Functional Medicine (2018)

Memberships

Member of the British Menopause Society

        

        

Fun Facts About Me

I love nice champagne and well let’s face it, if you’re going to drink make it count!

To chill out I do arty stuff. I love painting and make weird little needle felt animals.

I’m a history geek; I previously worked for The British Museum, National Army Museum and Imperial War Museum. Regularly have my nose in BBC History magazine and random books on early modern England.

I look like I should be a yoga goddess, however, it’s a case of all the gear and no idea. I am without doubt the worst in the class.

I love Grey’s Anatomy. I have a fascination with capybaras. My girl crush is Lagertha from Vikings. Love my dachshund Roxy and my tortoise Dash.

Most of all I LOVE my two children (both of whom are coeliac) and I am grateful every day that my misguided womb gave in for the two times I needed it to – so I could have them!

Background

Original career in heritage retail operations for national museum. Qualified as a Personal Coach in 2005. Started my business Charlotte Hunter Nutrition in 2010 focusing on primarily women and children’s nutrition and health.

Founded The Nourish & Flourish Club and The Yummy Tummy Club. Was a Nutrition Consultant for A2 Milk (2017-2019) and now Clinical Support Specialist for Regenerus Laboratories – I am an expert in functional testing helping practitioners choose the right test for their patients and helping them interpret the results.

Recently worked with Kaliyoga as the expert nutritional therapist on their Menopause Retreat in Southern Spain.

Partnerships

Here are some of the people and businesses I like to work with.

        

 

Dr. Terry

Qualifications

BA in History and MSc in Heritage Studies

Personal Performance Coach – The Coaching Academy (2005)

BSc in Nutritional Medicine – University of West London (2010)

Metabolic Balance Practitioner (2011)

Functional Medicine Practitioner – Institute for Functional Medicine (2018)

Background

Original career in heritage retail operations for national museum. Qualified as a Personal Coach in 2005. Started my business Charlotte Hunter Nutrition in 2010 focusing on primarily women and children’s nutrition and health.

Founded The Nourish & Flourish Club and The Yummy Tummy Club. Was a Nutrition Consultant for A2 Milk (2017-2019) and now Clinical Support Specialist for Regenerus Laboratories – I am an expert in functional testing helping practitioners choose the right test for their patients and helping them interpret the results.

Recently worked with Kaliyoga as the expert nutritional therapist on their Menopause Retreat in Southern Spain.

Memberships

Member of the British Menopause Society

Affiliate member of the International Menopause Society

        

 

Partnerships

Here are some of the people and businesses I like to work with.

        

 

Dr. Terry

Fun Facts About Me

I love nice champagne and well let’s face it, if you’re going to drink make it count!

To chill out I do arty stuff. I love painting and make weird little needle felt animals.

I’m a history geek; I previously worked for The British Museum, National Army Museum and Imperial War Museum. Regularly have my nose in BBC History magazine and random books on early modern England.

I look like I should be a yoga goddess, however, it’s a case of all the gear and no idea. I am without doubt the worst in the class.

I love Grey’s Anatomy. I have a fascination with capybaras. My girl crush is Lagertha from Vikings. Love my dachshund Roxy and my tortoise Dash.

Most of all I LOVE my two children (both of whom are coeliac) and I am grateful every day that my misguided womb gave in for the two times I needed it to – so I could have them!

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