Susan Hart, MFHT, MFNT
Susan’s interest in nutrition began when as a chef in 2000 she was asked to cater for special diets and clients with health issues. This set a chain of events in motion that culminated in her current role as nutrition coach. Susan has delivered healthy eating courses throughout the East Midlands and has a number of private clients.
Having worked with a number of colleges including New College Nottingham and Broxtowe College, delivering healthy eating cookery courses, she is well placed to support you, your family or your organisation to make healthy eating choices.
Susan recently qualified as a sports and exercise nutritional advisor, so she can now devise healthy eating programmes for those who want to get the most out of their exercise and sport routines.
If just one of up to 50 essential nutrients is missing, vitality, energy and peak athletic performance are just not possible!
What qualifies Susan to give nutritional advice and coaching?
As a qualified chef with an *ITEC diploma in diet and nutrition, and having attended training courses in NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) and coaching & mentoring Susan is equipped to guide you towards a healthier lifestyle. She also uses Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) tools and techniques to unlock negative thinking patterns
Having owned her own catering business makes Susan uniquely placed to offer nutritional advice backed by sound knowledge of food combinations and experience of special dietary requirements
*ITEC – International Therapy Examination Council
Susan is a member of the Federation of Holistic Therapists (FHT), the largest and leading professional association for therapists in the UK and Ireland.
As a member of FHT she is expected to abide by the FHT’s Code of Ethics of Professional Practice that enables members to have a common guide to excellence in professional conduct and practice, and to meet and even exceed the expectations of clients.
Susan is also a member of the Federation of Nutritional Therapy Practitioners (FNTP)
Membership of the FNTP is open to practitioners of Nutritional Therapy who have trained on an FTNP accredited course or who have satisfied the FNTP that their training and practical skills meet the required standard. Full members are entitled to use the designated letters MFNTP after their names and must be fully insured to practice on the public.
Susan is also a member of the General Regulatory Council for Complementary Therapies (GRCCT). Practitioners on the National Register agree to abide by a Code of Professional Conduct & Ethics, are answerable to the GRCCT Complaints and Disciplinary procedures, maintain their training and knowledge with continuing professional development and have in force professional indemnity and public liability insurance.