Katy Bradbury is a registered nurse and nutritional therapist whose mission is to improve women’s chances of having healthy babies and raising happy children. Her work as a family nurse and health visitor has shown her first- hand the difficulties a child can have if their mother is not supported with the right foundations of nutrition and care. This is especially important during the crucial window of development from conception to age two, often referred to as ‘the first thousand days’.
Having experienced her own struggles with fertility, a traumatic birth and bonding issues, Katy knows just how important support during this critical period is. With an over-burdened NHS, there aren’t always the resources to give each woman the personalised care needed to optimise the foundations for her mothering journey.
It was this need for extra help that inspired Katy to combine her career as a family nurse with the practice of nutritional therapy. She utilises the best of both worlds, using natural solutions alongside medical knowledge to improve health and reduce the risks that can cause infertility, pregnancy complications and poor child development.
Katy lives in East London with her husband, cat, dog, and two daughters.