Rosie Pearce

Rosie Pearce has lived in Thame for 11 years and has two children aged 15 & 13. Nutritional Therapy is her second career; previously she was a process engineer in the food industry. She completed a part-time distance learning degree with the University of West London and gained a BSc in Nutritional Medicine. She has now been practicing for 8 years as a Registered Nutritional Therapist seeing clients at the Practice in Thame. She works with people looking to address their specific health goals coaching them to make the right diet and lifestyle choices to optimise their health.  She also enjoys facilitating groups helping people to understand why they should make changes to their lifestyle and how they can do that.  Topics covered with groups have included brain health and Menopause.  She also has an interest in fermented foods.  She never tires of learning more in the field of nutrition and loves to share what information she knows with others.

Rosie Pearce has lived in Thame for 11 years and has two children aged 15 & 13. Nutritional Therapy is her second career; previously she was a process engineer in the food industry. She completed a part-time distance learning degree with the University of West London and gained a BSc in Nutritional Medicine. She has now been practicing for 8 years as a Registered Nutritional Therapist seeing clients at the Practice in Thame. She works with people looking to address their specific health goals coaching them to make the right diet and lifestyle choices to optimise their health.  She also enjoys facilitating groups helping people to understand why they should make changes to their lifestyle and how they can do that.  Topics covered with groups have included brain health and Menopause.  She also has an interest in fermented foods.  She never tires of learning more in the field of nutrition and loves to share what information she knows with others.

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