About me

Florence Neville, MRes (Health and Wellbeing)

After suffering fatigue, depressive episodes, chronic anxiety and insomnia; brain fog, acne, impaired metabolism and frequent bouts of tonsillitis for many years I decided to enrol on a nutritional therapy course in my mid-thirties.

Since gaining my Diploma in Natural Nutrition in 2009 I have had the honour of seeing my clients overcome conditions such as migraines, arthritis, kidney stones, digestive distress, infertility, and weight issues.

My approach to optimum health is centred around honouring an ancestral model of nutrition and lifestyle and so, while my focus is on helping a client to shift their diet towards the types of food that humankind evolved on, I will also suggest lifestyle changes such as naturopathic techniques and movement practices.

I have a special interest in working with autistic clients as I myself am autistic. I believe that this puts me in a unique position to understand many of the particular health requirements of autistic individuals, such as sensory issues, difficulties in making changes and specific stress triggers around food and diet. If you would like to know more about my coaching practice and autism please click here!

If you would like to set up an initial consultation with me then please click here!

Other work

  • For clients who aren’t quite ready to commit to long term support or would just like a quick and effective route to improving their health and wellbeing then my four week online plans Flojo’s Easy Detox and Glow with Flo! are easily accessible and affordable.
  • I offer talks and workshop delivery on topics such as health, nutrition, autism, wellbeing and seasonal living. Please click here for more details.
  • After completing my masters study Autistics, Autodidacts and Autonomy I set up a health and wellbeing resource website for autistic adults with Rhi Lloyd-Williams, a talented writer and speaker on autistic wellbeing. Please contact us via AutismHWB.com if you would like to book us for workshops.
Florence Neville, MRes (Health and Wellbeing)