Free workshop.

Building Blocks of a healthy diet

Get some clarity amongst all the mixed media messages of what the basics of a healthy diet really look like. A free workshop presented by Susie Willsher, BANT registered Nutritional Therapist.

Understand the essential elements of a balanced diet. Look at the different types of foods to include and why. And the foods that are best to limit and why.

Susie will bring some clarity amongst all the mixed media messages of what the basics of a healthy diet really look like.

She will also address some elements of our lifestyle that can also affect how we feel and our food choices.

The format of the workshop

The main building blocks of food

  • Macronutrients
  • Micronutrients

What’s wrong with processed food?

  • Loss of nutrition


  • When we eat
  • How we eat
  • Movement
  • Outdoors
  • Sleep


More Details


Join Susie Willsher for this free informal workshop/discussion. Places are limited so book early and if you are unable to attend please let us know so that we can offer your place to someone else.

The Adventures Studio
15 Myddelton Road
London N8 7PY

The Adventures Studio

Susie Willsher

BANT Registered Nutritional Therapist


“I have always had an an interest in food and cooking and when I was diagnosed with ‘IBS’ in my 20s my interest in food to took me to look at food as medicine. After improving my own condition through dietary changes I went on to get my BSc (Honours) in Nutritional Therapy from the University of Westminster. I have 10 years experience as Registered Nutritional Therapy practitioner, and have seen first-hand how diet and lifestyle changes can make such a positive difference to our health and wellbeing. I am also on the BBC’s panel of nutritionists and have appeared on numerous radio shows.

Now more than ever it is clear that one size does not fit all when it comes to our health, so it’s important to understand your individual balance. The body is amazingly complex and no one part of it works alone, so I aim to bring together my knowledge of nutrition, supplements and functional testing with a detailed understanding of how food works with the body to improve your health. I work using the Functional Medicine model and keep up to date with current research in health and nutrition. I aim to concentrate primarily on diet but I also have a very extensive knowledge of nutritional products and supplements to help support my patients.”

See also…

Gut Health & Belly Breathing

Susie will discuss how the aspect of our diet and lifestyle can affect our gut health. She will explore the possible reasons behind gut symptoms such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome, and the importance of our good and bad gut bacteria (microbiome). She will also discuss ways we can help modulate our microbiome to improve our health.

Gray will then introduce you to a series of practical breathing exercises based on the Buteyko method. You’ll understand the importance of functional breathing and the negative effect that dysfunctional breathing has on our digestive system. 

You’ll get an insight into breathing can reduce stress and help support a healthy diet and promote a healthy lifestyle.  


Small changes. Big difference

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Studio hours

Monday-Friday: 7am-9pm
Saturday: 7am-5pm
Sunday: 8am-2pm

adventures in movement

15 Myddelton Road
London N8 7PY
+44 (0)20 3657 9097