Naturopathy, Food & Lifestyle Consultancy

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If a picture says a thousand words, this speaks volumes. There’s still so much more to learn about how fruits, vegetables, herbs and plants can benefit us. They nourish us in so many ways and are truly nature’s gift.

Sharyn Singer

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About Sharyn

Early on the healing potential of food was revealed

My nursing career began in the early 1970’s yet for me further education was to come in an unexpected way; through the profound connection between food and health. This was a revelation and the beginning of a journey of self discovery in which food’s benefits and natural ways to help restore, maintain and improve health and wellbeing became the emphasis.This unfolding journey continues..

After working in a hospital for ten years, I changed direction as the relationship with food led me to new places-as a health food store owner and natural foods caterer. After moving to Britain from the US in 1991 I trained in Naturopathy, qualifying in 1994 and have practised as a Naturopath since.

I now divide my time between the UK and US and offer private consultations in Oxford and the Cotswolds,UK and Newport, RI, US, seeing adults and children with various health issues.

My work today
I offer private Naturopathic consultations, talks, workshops, cooking classes and a children’s food project as well as teach and write my own newsletter, blogs and books.

Children's project; food and fun
Eat a Rainbow Every Day’ was introduced at the Children’s Food Festival in 2007. It is a book /activity pack and educational project that inspires children through fun and memorable creative activities to understand the benefits that the colours in fruits and vegetables offer while encouraging positive attitudes to healthy food. As this is progressing, more children are being engaged through after school programmes, summer camps, classroom activities, cooking sessions, a food history course and much more.

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