Lorraine has been practising nutritional therapy for 20 years (following a previous career in corporate communications), and her clinical work is focused on individuals with complex, chronic conditions, such as gastrointestinal, cardiovascular or musculoskeletal disorders; as well as those seeking help during and after medical treatment for cancer.

As a qualified Higher Education teacher, Lorraine teaches clinical nutrition to undergraduates (over the years at West London University, Greenwich University, ION, BCNH and CNELM).  She enjoys engaging with practitioners an accredited supervisor and mentor for CPD-UK; and also through delivering CPD seminars/webinars, previously as an educator at Lamberts Healthcare (for 12 years) and in her current role heading up the Nutrition Education team at Pharma Nord UK.

Lorraine has authored/edited several nutrition books and is on the editorial board of the Nutritional Medicine Journal.

Lorraine is passionate about ‘mechanisms’: how does the human body/brain work, how can nutritional interventions alter this, and how can we make sense of the ever-changing evidence base to best help students, practitioners and patients to benefit in the real world?