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Nutrition and Wellbeing

Our nutrition offering is what you want and need it to be. The first step is for us to listen, so that everything is tailored to you.
We’ll take the time and create the space to help you recognise what your body needs so that you can start to feel stronger, fitter and more motivated.

Personalised Nutrition

There are four key pillars in our approach to wellbeing: sleep, hydration, nutrition and exercise. We can talk to you about what a nutritional programme could look like, if you feel this is the right step for you. Our packages concentrate on individual requirements and incremental changes that can be easily incorporated into your diet and daily routines.

We live the life we promote and offer ideas that we have tested ourselves. What we offer isn’t an unreachable idea of perfection. We know how busy life can be, so we offer a flexible approach that meets your needs and fits in with your schedule.

All consultations are booked separately to stays at our retreat.

Begin your journey to healthier lifestyle through better nutrition, sleep and exercise habits by booking a consultation with Marta.

Marta as a Nutritionist

My European background instilled in me a love of food and drink. In Poland, where I come from, your whole life is centred around these. Whenever you see your family or friends, it always turns into a mini-feast. As a result, it was difficult to manage a healthy weight as a child. In my teenage years, I had to work really hard to figure out how to stay fit and healthy while continuing to embrace my cultural heritage.

When at the age of 20, I permanently moved to London, UK, I took on a new career, started doing a degree and put myself under a lot of pressure to stay active. I wanted to avoid falling into the trap of sedentary lifestyle of an office worker. I continued with swimming and walking, took up dancing and started cycling. I did maintain my stamina, but not health! In my late twenties, I ended up having a serious accident, which took me out of action for three months. That incident provided me with some precious time required to establish what is important. It helped me re-evaluate my situation, find a balance between my work and personal life, and choose a new direction. I changed careers,  moved out of the big city and started living a healthier slower life. I focused on nutrition aspects of cooking as a hobby and continued with my physical exercise.

I have now almost achieved what I wanted in my corporate career – I obtained a Chartered Project Professional accreditation. Working in such a challenging role and stressful environment, meant that I had to discover the best tools and tricks to maintain excellent personal health alongside this. I, therefore, would like to share my experience from the last 10 years and help others on their journeys. I am currently doing a masters in Sports and Exercise Nutrition to solidify my knowledge and I run my own business providing nutrition and healthy living advice.

I will support you in your search of a balanced diet specific to your body needs, a lifestyle that will help you feel better about yourself and have more energy to face the world. It will be up to you to make the changes, but I will provide you with science-based guidance, support and encouragement to make the changes sustainable and long-lasting.

Nutrition Journey in Brief

Aug 2020 – Essentials of Nutrition short course, University of Westminster

13 Nov 2020 – attended Building Robust Athletes: Clinical Nutrition in Sports, BDA The Association of UK Dieticians all-day conference

6 Mar 2021 – attended Scientific and Technological Advances in Healthcare Crises, Building Bridges in Medical Sciences all-day conference

Jun to Jul 2021 – provided nutrition advice to an ultra-marathon runner as part of a 5 students team under the supervision of Sanjoy Deb, University of Westminster

Jun to Nov 2021 – responsible for organising Student Nutrition Conference along with a couple of fellow students and with help from Ayaz Safi, University of Westminster

Oct 2020 to Oct 2022 – Sport and Exercise Nutrition Master of Science (MSc), University of Westminster

Oct 2021 – Healthy Living Basics presentation, Rolls-Royce IT Townhall

From Oct 2020 – successfully supported 6 clients to complete Healthy Living Programme, provided 2 sports and exercise nutrition consultations to an open water swimmer and a runner

Future short-term plans include:

  • Complete a research project on Gastro-Oesophageal Reflux Disease (GORD) in Middle-Aged Individuals as part of MSc Dissertation by August 2022
  • Complete registration with Association for Nutrition (AfN) to gain Registered Associate Nutritionist (ANutr) status
  • Further tailor Healthy Living Programme to attract more clients
  • Expand B2B offering by running workshops and talks
  • Write a cookbook

Professional Membership

Memberships:

1. The Nutrition Society is a global not-for-profit scientific community that aims to promote the study of nutrition and its application.

• Student Member from 7 Jan 2021

• Graduate membership will be sought post-MSc completion

2. SENR (Sports and Exercise Nutrition Register) is a voluntary register for sports nutritionists to promote high professional and ethical standards.

• Graduate registration will be sought post-MSc completion

3. AfN (Association for Nutrition) is a body dedicated to defining and advancing standards for nutrition professionals as well as protecting the public. It also provides Standards of Ethics, Conduct and Performance.

• Registered Associate Nutritionist (ANutr) will sought post-MSc completion

4. ISSN (International Society of Sports Nutrition) is a not-for-profit society promoting the science and application of sports nutrition.

• Student member since 9 Apr 2022

• ISSN Certification to be considered in 2022

Ethics and Insurance

I abide by AfN Standards of Ethics, Conduct and Performance to act in the best interest of my clients, maintain high standards of scientific integrity, conduct and bahaviour, work within scope of my practice, keep up to date with nutrition developments, maintain client confidentiality, accurate record keeping, be objective and fair, avoid advertising, communicate effectively, comply with relevant legislation and research ethics guidance.

I implement a variety of security measures to maintain the safety of your personal information. In addition, your personal information is used in accordance with the Data Protection Act (DPA 1998) and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Zaremba Marsden Ltd holds:

• Professional Indemnity Insurance with AXA Insurance UK Plc.

• Public Liability, Products Liability and Employers’ Liability Insurance with Zurich Insurance Plc.

My Clients Said

“I really enjoyed the time I spent talking with you. The attention to detail and the in-depth analysis of the food and the recommendations for improvement were really useful. The speed of the responses after the call were also impressive.

I also loved the recipes they really help to reshape my ideas as to what to eat to improve my health.

The value to me was in the personal attention and the way the program was tailored to my needs.  It was also very flexible in terms of accommodating my available time.”

“Marta has recently helped me look in detail at my overall diet – with a specific focus on fuelling my training (swimming) more efficiently.

Although my training programme has been punctuated by two ‘lockdowns’, Marta’s advice and support was extremely useful – resulting in me making some small (but significant) adaptations to my diet.”