Rosie Letts Nutrition
My mission is to help you live a healthier and more fulfilling life, filled with energy and free from painful symptoms of conditions that are all too common in our modern society.
I was just 12 when my mum was diagnosed with breast cancer. She was given six months to live, but she wasn’t about to give up that easily. She knew that what we eat and drink can significantly ease, reduce and even cure numerous conditions.
So she started juicing, growing organic vegetables, making powerhouse drinks like kefir – essentially, she started using food as her medicine. And it worked. My mum lived for another 16 rich and fulfilling years. She saw her daughter married and three grandchildren born. She travelled. She even continued to teach ballet, that’s how fit and healthy she was.
I saw the power of nutritional medicine for myself, and eventually started doing my own research to help tackle my own health problems, which included painful IBS and fatigue. Everything that I learned confirmed what my mum had already shown me – that the right diet can change lives. And that’s what I’m passionate about doing.
Today I am a qualified and registered nutritional therapist, with a first class degree from the University of Westminster. I’ve worked with over 700 clients to date, and have seen them set free from the symptoms of conditions including IBS, PCOS and eczema.
Using only proven and effective nutritional medicine and the most up-to-date diagnostic tools, I work with my clients to make small changes that drive lasting and powerful results. This can take place through one-to-one consultations at my clinic or via Skype, or through my signature Reinvent programme.
Reinvent: simple, achievable, effective
I might be a nutrition expert, but I’m also a working mum with two beautiful but demanding daughters! I know that time is precious. You don’t have hours to spend in the kitchen cooking from scratch every day. And you don’t want to spend a small fortune in the supermarket each week. Through Reinvent, I’ll teach you small changes you can make every day that will have a significant effect on your health. Within 12 months you will have transformed your relationship with food and will be eating in a way that perfectly compliments your unique body and lifestyle.
Meet the team
Livi oversees the company’s marketing strategy, researching media opportunities, running our social media channels and liaising with journalists, as well as establishing links with other partners. Livi has a keen interest in nutrition and health, which makes her passionate about getting our message out there.
Jessica graduated with a Bachelor of Health Science (Naturopathy) in Australia. Her degree involved extensive training in a diverse range of subjects including biochemistry, pathophysiology, dietary planning, clinical examination, pharmacology, nutritional medicine and herbal medicine.
Jessica utilises her training to incorporate traditional medicine alongside evidence based knowledge to deliver professional complementary health care to her clients.
As a naturopath, Jessica believes in the body’s inherent ability to heal itself given the right environment and will look at how to best support this process by getting to the underlying cause of ill health and working from there.
With a passion for education, she loves teaching and empowering clients in how to take charge of their health and wellbeing, whilst assisting them overcome any hurdles.
Jo’s love of food came from two years spent living in France. On returning to Bristol, determined to look more closely at what she ate, she trained with the Nutritional Healing Foundation and Dale Pinnock’s School of Culinary Medicine. Today she writes recipes and articles for our website, all centred around her love of fresh, seasonal food.
Nutritionist vs Dietitian vs Nutritional Therapist
I’m often asked what the difference is between these three job titles. Here’s what you need to know:
is anybody who claims to be an expert in the field of nutrition. This is a broad description because some nutritionists have not studied, meaning they are not appropriately qualified and do not belong to a governing body.
is somebody who has a degree in Nutrition and Dietetics. Dietitians generally work with the NHS, although some will work directly with the public.
A nutritional therapist
is somebody who is appropriately qualified and has a recognised qualification in Nutritional Therapy. Nutritional therapists usually work in private practice offering bespoke health plans, using nutrition and lifestyle interventions to help support the body towards maintaining health.
When taking advice from any healthcare professional, always check they have appropriately qualified, are registered and belong to a regulated governing body.