Rachel Collins

I’m Rachel Collins, I’m a wife, mother of 2 girls and an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach.

Simply put – I help women to become the healthiest and happiest version of themselves by changing what they put in their minds and their mouths.

I help you take steps for rapid relief while we spend time getting to the source of why you aren’t feeling well. I combine functional dynamics knowledge with the art and science of behaviour change to restore health and wellbeing.

The world is missing out on the full potential of so many brilliant people because they don’t feel well!

Are you one of them?

I believe we all have the potential to be Wonder Woman. Wonder Woman isn’t about being perfect or superhuman. Wonder Woman is a state of mind. Wonder Woman is about being the very best version of you, so you can make an impact in the world. I love helping women feel better so they can unleash their inner Wonder Woman and change the world.

:: A little bit of history ::

Rachel worked in strategy and planning within the NHS for 6 years before leaving to have her first baby. She didn’t bounce back from pregnancy as she had expected to and finally found that her nutrition and lifestyle made a huge impact on her weight, energy and overall health.

While pregnant with her second baby, Rachel studied health coaching with the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and qualified as a health coach when her newest baby was just 2 weeks old. With 2 children under 2, Rachel slowly grew her health coaching practice deciding to specialise in working with women.

Rachel continued her education first by furthering her nutrition education with a nutritional therapist diploma, extensively researching women’s herbal medicine and is now studying Applied Functional Medicine.

Qualifications

Currently studying Applied Functional Medicine (SAFM)

Nutritional Therapist Diploma (Academy of Healthcare Sciences 2015)

Integrative Nutrition Health Coach (Institute for Integrative Nutrition)

Healthcare Leadership and Management MSc. (University of Birmingham and Manchester combined)

Experimental Psychology BSc. (University of Sussex)