Arabella Hambro

DipCNM, mBANT, Mont Dip
Registered Nutritional Therapist

Arabella Hambro

DipCNM, mBANT, Mont Dip
Registered Nutritional Therapist

About Arabella

Arabella is a wonderful and empathetic practitioner. She practices in Norfolk and by Skype. Arabella trained at the College of Naturopathic Medicine in London.

She is also a qualified Montessori teacher and worked at Thomas’s School Battersea before training as a Nutritional Therapist. She has always had a keen interest in health and became particularly interested in children’s health during her time as a Montessori teacher. Her teaching experience has given her the skills needed for a busy clinic seeing children of all ages.

She specialises in fertility, women’s health and children’s nutrition. Other areas she greatly enjoys working with are immunity and gut health. She also has a keen interest in children’s anxiety and enjoys giving children and their parents the tools they need to achieve their goals.

Arabella enjoys the challenge of getting to the root cause of ongoing chronic issues and is constantly referring to the latest research to help support her client’s health. Every client is individual so will receive their own personalised plan suited to their needs.

She is based in Brancaster in Norfolk and sees patients from her home-based clinic and via Skype/Facetime.

Arabella is the mum of two young daughters and loves her life living by the beach.

Book To See Arabella
020 3397 1824
Arabella Specialises In:
Adult Nutrition
Children's Anxiety
Children's Nutrition
Functional Medicine
Gut Health
Nutritional Therapist
Post-Natal Health
Restrictive Eating
Women's Health
Consultations Available:
  • Norfolk, Brancaster Clinic
Arabella's Latest Posts

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