About Kate Neil

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Kate Neil MSc (Nutritional Medicine) FBANT CNHC is Founding Director of CNELM (Centre for Nutrition Education and Lifestyle Management). CNELM has been teaching degree courses in nutritional science and personalised nutrition validated by Middlesex University, London since 2003. Prior to, Kate directed courses in nutritional therapy for other organizations. Kate’s practice focused on women’s health and in the mid-1990s was one of the first to publish articles and a book on balancing hormones naturally. Kate also supported parents with children within the learning disorder spectrum. She has published many articles and contributed chapters to books for nutrition professionals and is frequently asked for peer review. Kate’s early career was as a nurse and midwife. Kate is a Fellow of BANT, the Royal Society of Medicine and the Royal Society of Arts. She can be reached on Tel: 0118 9798686; kate.neil@cnelm.ac.uk   https://cnelm.ac.uk 

Articles by Kate Neil

  1. Phytoestrogens Re-Examined

    Listed in nutrition

    Phytoestrogens are plant compounds that are able to mimic the action of steroidal oestrogen in the body, the dominant form in the human diet being flavonoids, which can be divided i...

  2. Essentially Healthy but with Minor Ailments

    Listed in vegetarianism

    Nutrition Practitioner Kate Neil recounts the case of Clare, essentially healthy but with minor ailments. Clare is a 28-year-old Marketing Director with a hectic work and social lif...

  3. ADD or Iodine Deprivation?

    Listed in nutrition

    Nutritionist Kate Neil relates the story of a 65-year-old woman who wished to improve her mental function, suspecting that she was suffering from attention deficit disorder (ADD).

  4. Premature Menopause

    Listed in women's health

    Clinical nutritionist Kate Neil presents a case study of a 25-year-old woman, who appeared to be suffering from premature menopause, having not had a period for five years.

  5. Primary Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

    Listed in women's health

    Kate Neil looks at the causes, symptoms and nutritional treatment of primary polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), a common hormonal problem affecting menstruating women, using the sp...

  6. Pyrroluria - Vitamin B6 and Zinc Deficiency

    Listed in women's health

    Paula had had three miscarriages, very widely spaced periods, felt depressed, was nauseous in the mornings and suffered indigestion and bloating. She had also suffered from anorexi...

  7. Nutritional Support for Children with Autism

    Listed in nutrition

    Regular contributor, Kate Neil, looks at the link between autism in children and nutrition. Autism rates in Britain have risen dramatically over the last 20 years, and 1 in 500 chil...

  8. Cardiovascular Risk Assessment

    Listed in heart

    Kate Neil looks at the risk of cardiovascular disease and what can be done to reduce such risk. She gives the case study of a 45 year old man with a family history of heart problems...

Book reviews by Kate Neil

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