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Tracy's Story



From Law to Nutrition

Having left a successful legal career to focus on her family, Tracy quickly became aware of the challenges facing today's parents. She noticed the increasing prevalence of ready-made meals and the appeal of sugar-dense, fast food options. Tracy's desire to impart her family with a wholesome approach to diet, lifestyle, and nutrient-rich food, which had been instilled in her since childhood, led her to study Nutritional Therapy.

TRACY's Approach

Tracy's approach is based on the Functional Medicine Model, which focuses on addressing the individual rather than just the disease. Her main objectives are:

Identifying and addressing the underlying causes instead of merely managing symptoms.

Creating a sustainable, personalised self-care protocol that incorporates diet, rest, exercise, stress reduction, and supplements.

Tailoring health plans to each person's genetic constitution, as well as their specific dietary and lifestyle requirements.

Assisting clients in removing obstacles to a healthier lifestyle and dispelling health misconceptions.


Tracy graduated from the world-renowned Institute for Optimum Nutrition in London (ION). She is a Zest4life Practitioner and a registered member of BANT and CNHC, both of which require the highest standards of integrity, knowledge, competence and professionalism in the practice of Nutritional Therapy. Tracy is also an accredited AFMCP-UK practitioner and a member of The Institute of Functional Medicine, Cleveland USA. Finally, Tracy is a Senior Associate of the Royal Society of Medicine.

As such, Tracy can help with a wide range of conditions, relating to, for example, Food Allergies, Hormones, Immune System, Digestion, Detoxification, Energy Production and the Nervous System (H.I.D.D.E.N stressors), which often form the root causes of chronic conditions.

Just because your bloodwork looks 'normal' this does not mean that your symptoms are all in your head.

Tracy Tredoux

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