Meet the Nutritionist Team

Ani Alieva


Ani is our Lead Nutritionist.

Ani has been interested in leading a healthy life since she was a child so choosing to study Nutrition at University was a no-brainer although first, she achieved a Masters in Finance.

Her journey towards her new career began in her 20s.  After becoming a mother of two, Ani and her daughter were facing ongoing health concerns with no help or solution from conventional medicine. This triggered her interest in natural medicine and proved to be a game-changer for herself and her family.

Ani is a registered and fully qualified therapist in Nutrition, Naturopathy and Homotoxicology. She trained as a Nutritional Therapist at the highly respected College of Naturopathic Medicine and the College of Practical Homeopathy in London.

Her aim is to help people realise the impact food and natural medicine have on our health and help them achieve their health goals through supplements and lifestyle.

Liam Farrelly

BSc, MSc.

Liam Farrelly is a qualified nutritionist having completed a Master’s degree in Human Nutrition following on from a Bachelor’s degree in Sport & Exercise Science.

Liam believes that nutrition is one of the best tools within our arsenal to fight against ill health. His keen interest in health and wellbeing has seen him work alongside a selection of health initiatives. Such programs have had the fundamental aim of improving the health of individuals via small but sustainable changes to their dietary patterns, particularly within the elderly community where malnutrition is prevalent.

Liam has experience and knowledge within the following areas of Nutrition: Prevention and Management of Chronic Disease, Food and Nutrition Policy, Health Promotion, Life Cycle Nutrition, and Sports Nutrition.

Lorna O'Sullivan


Lorna is a qualified nutritionist and a graduate from the esteemed College of Naturopathic Medicine in London where she studied Biomedicine and Nutritional Therapy.

She developed a deep interest in nutrition whilst researching solutions to some health issues of her own when studying for her Honours Degree in Law and discovered that many of the answers could be found in dietary changes and good nutrition.

Lorna believes good nutrition is key to supporting our overall health and aiding the body’s natural ability to heal and fight illness and identifying the root causes of symptoms of ill-health to help the body to work healthily in a holistic way.  

Her main specialism is women’s health which includes PCOS, Endometriosis, Dysmenorrhea/amenorrhoea, menopause as well as other hormonal conditions such as thyroid health, stress, anxiety and depression.



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