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Meet The Team

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Lara Sago
Founder, Nutritionist, Certified Health Coach

Having previously struggled significantly with her own hormone journey and seeing the positive impact nutritional therapy made.  Lara was inspired to share what worked with her and help as many women as possible to overcome their health and hormonal challenges, hence the birth of Nutrition for Vitality.

Having lost her own mum to cancer when she was just one, Lara later became passionate about working with cancer patients, and supporting them, alongside their mainstream treatment with personalised nutrition and lifestyle strategies.  Lara believes a truly integrative approach provides the best chances for the client, and there is plenty of research suggesting the right nutrition and lifestyle strategies may significantly improve patient outcomes.

Lara is also experienced in supporting digestive issues, autoimmune conditions, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, long COVID, skin conditions, and weight management.

Lara prides herself on being approachable and relatable to clients, whilst also being extremely thorough, leaving no stone unturned to support her clients to achieve the best possible results.

Lara has previously written for several publications, and also works as an assessment marker for the renowned Institute for Optimum Nutrition.

Lara has a Diploma in Nutritional Therapy from the College of Naturopathic Nutrition, a Health Coach Certificate from Zest for Life, and has completed the NTEC certified Systems Approach to Cancer course created by Dr Nina Fuller-Shavel, which sets a new standard in cancer nutrition education in the UK.

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Sophie Lett
Registered Nutritional Therapist

Sophie is an experienced nutritional therapist, with a special interest in women’s health and hormone related conditions.  She supports women struggling with symptoms most commonly associated with mid-life, including low energy and mood, stress, poor digestion, heavy or painful periods, poor sleep and weight gain to name a few.

Sophie is passionate about helping women feel more in control of their body, giving them targeted nutrition and lifestyle tools to help support their health and ultimately make them feel better.

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As well as running her own private clinic, Sophie has worked as part of the clinic team at the Institute for Optimum Nutrition (ION) in London, where she studied for 4 years prior to that.  More recently she has completed an integrative cancer care course and certification for nutrition professionals, which qualifies her to safely and effectively support clients with or recovering from cancer.

She is a member of both the British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine (BANT) and the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC).

Sophie lives near Winchester and is a mum of two, so is used to the juggle that modern mid-life brings.  She readily admits that she is no master chef, but loves to cook from scratch and keeps an open mind when it comes to all foods – no diets, but balance is key!  Getting outdoors to run or walk is one of her favourite ways of keeping active, healthy and sane, as well as practicing yoga.

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Jacqui Mayes
Registered Nutritional Therapist

Jacqui is a dedicated practitioner who specialises in auto-immune conditions and women’s health. She has a passion for empowering people to take control of their health and loves to see the transformative changes that people experience, often when nothing else has helped.

She employs an individualised, integrative approach of Nutrition, Functional Medicine, Herbs, functional tests and emotional wellness strategies to unpick and address the root cause of client’s conditions. As well as working with auto-immune clients, her successful track record extends to other conditions such as; IBS and other gut related issues, mould toxicity, migraines, skin conditions, Diabetes and Asthma. She enjoys working with Women’s Health concerns, particularly helping women adapt to hormonal changes during menopause.

An avid food enthusiast with a culinary background, Jacqui's journey into Nutrition and Functional Medicine burgeoned after facing her own health challenges following the birth of her second child, when she developed Fibromyalgia. After a five-year quest exploring various conventional and alternative therapies, it was Nutritional Therapy and Functional Medicine that finally allowed her to improve her health and resume a vibrant life. Inspired by this transformation, she embarked on formal training, completing a BSc (Hons) in Nutritional Therapy from Middlesex University.

She is a full member of the British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine (BANT) and the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC). She is also a University Lecturer, NLP coach and works in the corporate sector delivering webinars and running corporate wellness days.

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