Women of Wellness
Suzanne Duckett is a well known beauty and wellness journalist who has been writing about her field for over 20 years for titles including Tatler; Vogue; Elle; Grazia; Cosmopolitan, Good Housekeeping and Sunday Times Style. She is the Editor of the infamous, annual Tatler spa guide (probably her favourite gig) and thisistheantidote.com; her newest and most personal passion.
Suzanne admits whole heartedly to being totally nuts about her subject and all the fascinating aspects that contribute towards to that whole grail we call ‘wellness'. 'It’s definitely a holistic formula that’s needed to achieve feeling well’ she says, 'being a nice human being, consciousness, spirituality, family, friends, fun, laughter, nutrition, fitness, complimentary medicine, yoga, health and beauty products and cures all have their part to play ('and probably in that order' she says!).
Nutritional Therapist BSc (Hons) Nutritional Therapy, mBANT,CNHC
Having graduated from the University of Westminster in 2003 with a 1st class BSc (Hons) degree in Nutritional Therapy, Jackie has worked as a Nutritional practitioner in both private practice and in a busy GP practice. She is passionate and committed to helping people to improve their health and well being, through diet and lifestyle changes. This involves working closely with clients to develop individually tailored diet and lifestyle plans that are both achievable and realistic. Jackie works with a wide range of chronic illnesses and lifestyle issues (including, hair loss, diabetes, hypertension, inflammatory bowel disease, weight management, etc) and has a special interest in hormone imbalances.
She has also worked as a tutor at the Institute for Optimum Nutrition (ION), delivering seminars on various nutritional and lifestyle topics and currently practices at the University of Westminster Polyclinic in Central London.
Jackie says "My aim is to provide each individual with the necessary information and tools to enable them to affect positive nutritional and lifestyle changes that improves their quality of life".