Rosie Millen

Nutritional Therapist

London, UK

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Skills

physical energy managementChronic Fatigue SyndromeBurnoutAdrenal Fatigue

Qualifications

June 2010

BA (Hons) DipION

Institute of Optimum Nutrition

About Me

I am a fully qualified Nutritional Therapist who set up my company Miss Nutritionist in 2010. In 2014 I developed a health condition called Adrenal Fatigue and have been on a long journey of recovery ever since. Now I am 90% recovered I specialise in fatigue and help women of all ages across the country to regain their energy just by making changes to their diet and lifestyle. Miss Nutritionist has gone from strength to strength each year and is expanding rapidly. I've also just launched my first line of food products: The Dynabites. A family of three energy bars that are a nutritious snack for those on the go with an explosive taste. Look out for them in Planet Organic and many other health food stores and gyms.

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Rosie Millen

Nutritional Therapist

1 year ago

Hi Tom! Yes it's quite incredible to think that sports drinks can have so much sugar! I certainly agree that water is better for you. I'll check out your articles...!

1 year ago

Articles

Rosie Millen

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Are Your Adrenal Glands Stressed Out?

The adrenal glands are our stress glands that sit on top of the kidneys. There are two adrenal glands which are situated on top of the kidneys. They are chiefly responsible for regulating the stress...

Rosie Millen

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Foods To Beat Depression

Today is the World Health Day and the focus is on depression so below is menu to devised to increase the happy hormone serotonin.  Serotonin is a neurotransmitter that makes us feel good. It is...

Rosie Millen

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My Story: Living With Adrenal Fatigue

My Story Living With Adrenal Fatigue. How I got it and what I did about it: I set up miss nutritionist 6 years ago. As soon as I had my certificate from ION I was seeing clients literally on that...

Rosie Millen

3 min read

Should we all go gluten free?

It's a good question! Here's the lowdown: Gluten is a protein found in certain grassy grains like wheat, barley and rye. It is the component that gives elasticity to dough,helping it rise and keep its...

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