Senior Nutritionist - Becki Douglas
Becki Douglas BSc(Hons), Dip AIT, Dip FFT
Loaction: Champneys Springs
Becki has always had a keen interest in health and wellbeing coming from a dance background. Unfortunately, injury put a stop to a career on the stage so Becki decided to pursue her other passion and study for a degree in Nutritional Therapy at the University of Westminster. Graduating in 2005, and winning the University of Westminster award for 'Clinician of the Year', Becki was off to a good start on this new path. Since then, Becki has built up a wealth of experience and expertise working in many fields of Nutrition from teaching and consulting to writing and presenting.
Becki has worked with Champneys for 10 years and consulted with a number of high profile names and organisations including international footballers, Hollywood movie stars, Miss England, celebrity chefs and a world heavy weight boxing champion. Becki regularly features as a writer and expert panellist in many mainstream publications such as The Telegraph Magazine, Vitality, Good Housekeeping and Your Fitness Magazine. Alongside her work at Champneys Becki is also a Tutor, Assessor, Internal Verifier and Social Media Manager for the Future Fit ‘School of Nutrition’ and still finds time to do some freelance consultancy and writing and see private clients.
Becki has a vested interest in weight management and hormonal balance and specialises in Food Sensitivity Testing, continually achieving life changing results for clients. Becki believes that we should ‘’Eat to thrive, not to deprive’’ and it’s never too late to make real positive changes to your health and wellbeing by exploring your nutrition. Food is a necessity and we should use it to our full advantage rather than making it an enemy!
What to expect from a Nutritional Therapy consultation?
All consultations are strictly private and confidential. After taking a health check questionnaire, a personalised diet plan is suggested which may include supplements. On occasions, a blood, stool or saliva test may be suggested to enable a more precise bespoke nutritional therapy plan.