Katherine Tudsbury

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Katherine Tudsbury is a Nutritional Therapist focusing on the prevention and cure of chronic, metabolic and degenerative diseases and weight management. Katherine became interested in Nutrition after struggling with her own health problems throughout her teenage years and ultimately discovering that dietary and lifestyle changes can completely change ones quality of life. She obtained her Diploma in Nutritional Medicine from The University of West London and started Innate Health in 2011, offering Nutrition and Lifestyle consultations focusing on the prevention and cure of chronic, metabolic and degenerative diseases and weight management. She also obtained two certificates from the Cape Institute of Allied Health Studies, in Anatomy and Physiology and in Patho-Physiology.

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