Why work with me
I’m Tracey Harper, a leading local Nutritional Therapist and IFM certified Functional Medicine Practitioner based in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire. I work with a broad range of clients to teach them about real food and revive their health and vitality through nutrition. The reason many of my clients see me is because they can’t remember the last time they felt really well. They may have been coping with a chronic condition for a long time and cannot seem get to the root of the problem. Through nutrition I look at the cause of the issue to find a long term solution to good health, alleviating the symptoms and making people feel themselves again.
Eat well – work well – live well
Your diet affects the way you look, feel and perform each day and I can help you change the way you eat for the better. I will devise a personalised and practical nutritional programme tailored to your lifestyle that will include menu plans, recipes, shopping lists and relaxation tips, empowering you to feel positive and manage the challenges you face each day.
I love sharing my passion and enthusiasm for food with anyone who wants to learn and so I am running monthly Food Preparation and Cooking Experiences. These workshops are a natural extension to my nutrition consultations as I can provide hands on guidance to make simple, tasty and nourishing food. Occasionally, if appropriate, I incorporate food preparation with a client consultation!
I discovered the connection between diet, lifestyle and health when I was working in a high pressured corporate environment in London. As the demands of my job took over and challenged my physical and emotional health I wanted to learn more about how I could look after myself and regain a healthy and manageable work-life balance. Through my own interest in health and wellbeing I realised I could support other people too and trained to become a qualified Nutritional Therapist. Having been there myself, I understand how easily the daily challenges of life can take over, so that our own body maintenance drops to the bottom of the list. I soon realised that if you take control of your health you will be in control of your life.