About me


Nutritional TherapistMy name is Filomena Komodromou and in 2014 I decided to follow my passion and study to become a Nutritional Therapist.I studied nutritional therapy for three years at the College of Naturopathic Medicine in London, which is fully accredited by the NTEC (Nutritional Therapy Education Commission). Having had digestive issues all my life and not finding the answer in conventional medicine, following a more holistic route was something that came naturally to me and hence led me to want to study the fascinating world of nutritional therapy.

I have been trained in the principles of Functional Medicine, a science based approach to health and healing that looks at the body as a whole and assesses the underlying causes of symptoms that manifest themselves as disease. Rather than looking at symptoms in isolation, my aim through nutritional therapy, is to support underlying imbalances and address the root cause.

I am true believer that the food we eat and the lifestyle we lead, can make a real difference to our health and wellbeing. My clients come to me with a whole range of issues from anaemia, IBS, stress and anxiety to skin issues. Being a busy mum of two children I understand the strains and stresses of modern life. I am fully committed to ensuring that my clients come away from their consultation feeling empowered and equipped to make the changes to their diet and lifestyle in order to achieve optimum health. My focus is on long- term health and disease prevention and achieving wellbeing in body, mind and spirit.

Filomena KomodromouI am a full member of BANT (British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy) the professional body for registered nutritional therapists and am also registered with the CNHC (Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council), the regulatory body for complementary health, which is the only regulator for nutritional therapists that is accredited by the Professional Standards Authority, and was set up with government support to protect the public. The CNCH have their own code of ethics and complaints procedure so that potential clients can be assured of the professionalism of their practitioners.