Alison Peacham


Alison Peacham is a dedicated registered nutritional therapist and health coach, specialising in family health and children's nutrition. With a passion for helping families raise healthy, happy, and resilient children, Alison takes a holistic approach to wellness. Her journey into nutrition began with a personal health transformation after being diagnosed with breast cancer in her 30s. This life-changing experience led her to pursue a career change, earning qualifications from the world-renowned Institute for Optimum Nutrition (ION), where she later served as a senior academic for over eleven years. Alison's expertise extends to running the Children's Specialist Nutrition Clinic at ION, where she worked with hundreds of  children and families. Alison combines her academic knowledge with practical experience to guide individuals and families to feel healthier and happier.


Alison is on a mission to address common health challenges faced by families, ranging from lack of energy and stress to allergies, digestive problems, and neurodiversity issues like ADHD. As a nutritional therapist, Alison collaborates closely with clients to design personalised plans that incorporate the best foods for your body, natural supplements, and healthy habits. Her holistic approach recognises the importance of addressing underlying imbalances, recommending laboratory tests when necessary. Drawing from her own health journey and career in education, Alison understands the transformative power of nutrition. She emphasises the significance of taking control and making even small dietary changes to achieve profound results. Currently running 1:1 and group programmes across the UK, Alison also serves as a clinical supervisor for nutrition students at ION and lectures on child health, integrating the latest research findings.


Alison’s approach to nutritional therapy is rooted in care, sensitivity, practicality, and positivity. She believes that qualifications and experience are crucial, but genuine results stem from a compassionate and empowering approach to food and health issues. By offering tailored plans, incorporating the latest research, and utilizing laboratory tests when needed, Alison aims to guide individuals and families toward their health goals. Her emphasis on the gut’s central role in overall health underscores her commitment to comprehensive well-being. Whether working one-on-one or in group settings, Alison strives to provide the knowledge, tools, and motivation necessary for clients to make informed choices, fostering a healthier and happier lifestyle.


Alison Peacham B Ed (Hons) Dip ION mBANT CNHC reg

Alison’s wealth of experience spans over a decade, beginning with her role as a senior academic at the Institute for Optimum Nutrition (ION). During her tenure, she played a pivotal role in running the Children’s Specialist Nutrition Clinic, collaborating with hundreds of children and their families. Her extensive background includes speaking at conferences on children’s health and contributing to undergraduate nutrition education. As a member of The British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine (BANT) and registered with The Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC), Alison’s qualifications are complemented by her hands-on experience in the field. Currently, she runs 1:1 and group programmes, serves as a clinical supervisor for nutrition students, and lectures on child health, showcasing her dedication to advancing the well-being of individuals and families.