Bio

Jade Hallie is a fully qualified and registered nutritionist with a decade of experience actively promoting health and wellbeing in the community with individuals, groups, organisations and schools nationwide.

Jade has worked for the National Health Service, Public Health England and local authorities. She is currently employed with Oxfordshire County Council, is a nutrition lecturer at the College of Naturopathic Medicine, and is the creator of Love First Nutrition.

Through the NHS Jade helped tackle health inequalities in the community, working one-to-one with clients and leading groups in lifestyle change. Through Public Health England she offered training and support to staff in the areas of mental health, stress management, wellbeing, substance misuse and healthy lifestyle choices.

Passionate about equipping young people with the knowledge they need to improve their health,  Jade set up the Youth Health Champions programme in schools across Gloucestershire through a non-profit organisation in partnership with the Royal Society of Public Health. This programme gave pupils the opportunity to train in areas of health improvement and take part in activities promoting key health messages amongst their peers. The project, which began with just a couple of schools in Gloucester, grew to include eighteen schools across Cheltenham, the Forest of Dean and the Cotswolds. In London Jade provided specialist support to schools designing and developing their PSHE curricula,  providing lesson plans and resources, teaching classes of pupils and training members of staff.

Through her own clinic she has enabled countless women to make peace with their bodies, find a way of eating that suits them for life and used naturopathic nutrition to achieve health and wellbeing naturally.

Jade has dedicated her life to empowering people to truly understand their bodies and to support themselves through sound nutrition. Her person-centred approach gives her clients a new sense of freedom in their eating habits and enables them to develop a profound respect for their body.