Kyla Williams


Kyla Williams

About Kyla Williams DipION, BSc, MSc

Kyla is a highly qualified clinical nutritionist with a master’s degree in Nutritional Medicine. Kyla runs her own private practice, offering personalised dietary and supplement advice. Kyla has extensive experience in weight management, skin disorders and digestive issues. Her website is at www.kylawilliamsnutrition.com. Kyla regularly contributes to articles for leading consumer magazines, and blogs about healthy cake ingredients and recipes at www.healthybake.co.uk.


Fat facts: a technical guide

Dietary fat can be a quite complicated subject, both for you as a practitioner and for your clients. This guide provides you with all the information you really need to know about fats, our requirements for optimum health, food and supplement sources and how different types of fats compare. A […]


Balancing hormones naturally 2

The perils of hormone imbalances are increasingly associated with greater exposure to man-made chemicals such as BPA and phthalates, but there is more than chemical doom and gloom when it comes to balancing our hormones naturally. Chemicals seem to engulf us wherever we go these days, so how can we […]


The relationship between food and mood

Diet and mood have a very close relationship. This may be surprising for some, yet quite logical when considering the physiology of the human brain and how this determines our feelings of joy and excitement or feelings of sadness, despair and hopelessness. There are many mood enhancing foods out there […]


Applied nutrition for thyroid health 2

Thyroid issues are usually easy to identify for their several negative health effects that impact not only metabolism and weight management, but also digestion, skin health and many more areas of our physiology. Difficulty in losing weight is a common complaint in clinic, amongst other health issues which may arise […]


Are grains the enemy? 4

With the paleo diet recently taking headlines amongst the health conscious, grain-free diets have certainly become very popular. But why do some individuals consider grains to be so bad for us? We have been consuming these grains for thousands of years, so surely they are fine to eat? The truth […]