Lorraine Nicolle is an experienced and regulated nutrition clinician, educator and author.
Registered Nutritionist (mBANT)
Registered Nutritional Therapist (CNHC)
Lorraine’s expertise lies in her ability to apply nutrition science in the promotion of health and peak performance. She has a track record (of almost 20 years) of working with individuals with a broad range of health conditions, helping them to use nutrition to improve their quality of life. Personal nutrition consultations are held via video consultation, making her service accessible to you wherever you live.
Lorraine has an MSc in Nutrition and Chronic Disease (for which she was awarded a Distinction) from Middlesex University; and a Diploma in Nutritional Therapy from The UK College of Nutrition and Health. Her post-graduate study has focused on digestive health, the immune system; chronic illnesses like pre-diabetes, diabetes, hypertension, arthritis, anxiety, low mood and osteoporosis; the role of nutrition in cancer prevention and cancer care; and the use of genetic diagnostics in personalized nutrition.
Training, Education and Mentoring for Practitioners
Lorraine is a qualified Higher Education teacher and she currently teaches clinical nutrition to undergraduates and postgraduates at various universities and colleges, including BCNH (BSc via the University of Northampton), ION (BSc via the University of Portsmouth) and CNELM (BSc via the University of Middlesex).
Lorraine loves engaging with practitioners through writing and delivering CPD seminars and webinars in her role as Academic and Clinical Nutrition Educator with the healthcare company Pharma Nord.
Lorraine is also an Accredited Clinical Supervisor, facilitating supervision sessions for small groups of nutrition practitioners, helping to solve dilemmas they are facing in clinical and business practice. She works as part of the clinical supervision team at www.cpd-uk.com.
She also offers a mentoring service for practitioners to give in-depth, one-to-one support.
Lorraine has authored/edited several nutrition books for practitioners and students – these can be seen on the books page.
She is on the editorial board of the Nutritional Medicine Journal.
Lorraine is passionate about ‘mechanisms’: how does the human body/brain work, how can nutritional interventions alter this, and how can we make sense of the ever-changing evidence base to best help students, practitioners and clients in the real world.