Honor has been in the health industry for close to 30 years, and her decision to gain qualifications in Nutrition and natural therapies was first sparked when she found herself debilitated with multiple illnesses from the ages of 18 to 21 yrs. old.
Bed ridden and experiencing chronic fatigue syndrome, arthritis, fibromyalgia anxiety, IBS, depression, weight gain, and tinnitus and knowing she had a choice to either do something about it not, Honor decided to delve into studying and change her whole life. She treated her body and mind with foods, thoughts and lifestyle choices that were nourishing and respectful, not harmful or negative, and within a few years, was completely healed.
Once qualified in Nutrition and spurred on by her interest in using food as medicine and the connection between science, the mind and holism, Honor went on to complete a science degree in complementary medicine, an advanced certificate in iridology, a certificate in nutrition for fertility, nutrition for paediatric health and Nutrition for Athletes.
But that was not the end of her learning.
While starting up her Sydney based practice, focussed at the time on weight loss and fertility patients, one of Sydney’s largest natural therapies colleges; Nature Care College, offered Honor a role as college lecturer and Nutritional Medicine Supervisor, which she accepted.
During this same time, Honor also fell into journalism and was offered her own, regular health column, called “Did you know” alongside a recipe column for the International Fitness first Magazine, as well as the APN nation-wide newspapers, which she continued on for many years. This afforded Honor the chance to hunt down and interview some of the most brilliant minds in science from all across the globe, and her interest in chronic inflammatory disorders and the gut brain axis, grew.
Today, Honor is based on the sunny Sunshine Coast of Australia’s Queensland, is currently writing her third health and recipe book, and treating clients from all over the world with any health issue ranging from big to small, using her continuously expanding knowledge of chronic inflammation and its impact on all aspects of health, the gut brain, and as always with a science focus on using food as medicine.