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Hello, my name is Victoria Crockett and I'm a qualified and Registered Nutritional Therapist. I specialise in helping women over 40, reach optimal health and hormone balance.


I love working with women who are ready to make positive healthy changes for the better, through Nutrition and Lifestyle changes.

I commonly hear women tell me that they don't feel themselves anymore, feel tired all the time, struggling with hormone changes, gained weight and struggling to lose weight, unable to concentrate, feeling low, having no time for themselves, living on a treadmill and not knowing what to do or where to turn!

I very much believe in keeping things simple and that each of us deserves to live a healthy, happy and a fulfilling life.

Other areas of interest include digestive complaints, anxiety and depression and weight loss.


Testimonial: "Vicky is brilliant. She talks about the right food to eat to help to balance your hormones and explains how your diet can affect you during menopause. She explains how you are affected if your body is out of balance hormonally. She also really explains detoxification and which foods can help you to detox and improve your immune system" – CL, May 2020


Current Availability: Saturday’s at Bare Health, 34 High Street, Congleton


What is Nutritional Therapy?

Nutritional Therapy is a scientific, evidence-based approach that helps maximise health and wellbeing through food and lifestyle changes. 


I help individuals to achieve their health goals by identifying roots causes to health issues and providing support, guidance and tailored nutritional and lifestyle plans. I also provide bespoke recipe planning, workshops/courses, functional testing and dietary & lifestyle MOT's. For 4 - 12 weeks plans and recipe planning - see my website



Price: Initial Consultation £85 (60mins) **Introductory offer £75**

Follow up appointments £60 (45mins)**Introductory offer £50**.

The cost of the initial appointment includes pre-assessment analysis, drug/nutrient interaction checks, the consultation and devising a plan that is specific to you. Supplements and testing may also be advised where appropriate. You will be asked to complete a food diary and pre-assessment form before the consultation takes place.


Qualifications: BSc (Hons) Health and Community Studies, Diploma in Nutritional Therapy (College of Naturopathic Medicine)

Professional Memberships: Complementary and Natural Health Care Council (CNHC), British Association of Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine (BANT)

Vicky Crockett
Nutritional Therapist
(Specialism - Womens Health)
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