My House, My Rules.
My name is Maha Blakeway, I’m a qualified Naturopathic Nutritionist, very passionate about my studies and work, I have a BA degree in English Literature, a Naturopath Diploma, I’ve also studied Biomedicine at CNM London, Functional Medicine, Endobiogeny, Nutrition, Herbs for everyday living and Skin Nutrition. I’m a Member of the Complimentary Medical Association (CMA) The Nutrition Society (NA), The Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM) a Senior Associate Member of The Royal Society of Medicine (RSM) UK.
I specialise in women’s health, Gut health & auto immune disease, employing the support of nutrition, natural pain management, lifestyle changes and supplements.
I’m Egyptian/British, practicing mainly in the UK, but can consult with clients online any where in the world except ‘USA & Canada’.
Having said all of the above, I hope you find this Blog useful in so many issues other than just nutrition, I wake up every morning, start studying, researching, as this field is constantly evolving, I top up my CPD, ‘Continued personal development’.
Firm believer of ‘give a man a fish, you feed him for a day, teach him how to fish, you feed him for life’ I’m all about teaching, which is one of the Naturopathic core principles, so my main philosophy is for one to get the nutrients he/she needs for good health, through diet/food as a number one source, hence why I have a recipe blog, all my recipes are nutrient dense, and will help you achieve a long term healthy lifestyle, rather than short term, weight loss management. Its what I personally cook and feed my family through my study of Nutrition. Some people will need to supplement, if their life style doesn’t allow them to cook/eat well, even then; you have to ensure taking the right form of supplements, that are non synthetic, preferably organic food based and excipient free.
The contents of this website are for information only and are intended to assist readers in identifying the good nutrients in different foods, This website is not intended to be a substitute for taking proper medical advice and should not be relied upon in this way. Always consult a qualified doctor or health practitioner. The Author cannot accept responsibility for illness arising out of the failure to seek medical advice from a doctor.