Charlotte Watts

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Biographical Information

"I am a Nutritional Therapist with over 10 years’ experience, Yoga Teacher with nearly 20 years’ practice and teaching since 2006. I won the CAM Award for Outstanding Practice in 2012. I am also author of books such as The De-Stress Diet and 100 Foods to Stay Young. I have lectured for top UK nutritional colleges and write regularly for the national press. I help people that I understand – those with busy lives and quick brains who often find it difficult to switch off. Modern life and our ‘fixing and doing’ drive can be rewarding and motivate us to succeed but often leave us showing symptoms of poor health and with little energy, space and time for recovery. Rigorous scientific knowledge alongside an intuitive and realistic approach allows me to advise the best dietary and lifestyle changes to address your issues." Have tutored at the Institute for Optimum Nutrition and lectured at the College of Naturopathic Medicine; now lecturing for The Minded Institute and mentoring other practitioners. "I am a qualified and insured Nutritional Therapist; I studied at The Institute of Optimum Nutrition, London where I was also a second year Tutor for three years and Year 3 Programme Leader.

"I am the author of many books on nutrition and lifestyle, including The De-Stress Diet written with award-winning health journalist Anna Magee...I was the expert/ presenter on GMTV’s Beach Body Boot Camp 2010 and Series 3 of the hit BBC3 series Freaky Eaters. I am Head Nutritionist and Director of the company De-Stress Ltd, see am a regular contributor to magazines like Optimum Nutrition, Red and Zest and have regular columns in the NHS Your Choice magazine and Om Magazine." [1]

Charlotte is also a 500-hour Yoga Alliance trained teacher with the Vajrasati School of Yoga, Brighton, and combines this skill for a holistic approach to health issues and an emphasis on attention to body awareness and breath.

Charlotte Watts BA(Hons) Dip.ION was Head Nutritionist of Total Being. "Charlotte not only studied at The Institute of Optimum Nutrition but is now a second year tutor there. She is a writer and nutrition advisor for a publishing company who produce health cookbooks such as The Low Carb Cookbook, out soon in Marks and Spencer. Charlotte has contributed to The Mirror Magazine and The Metro newspapers and has been with us since the very start, helping evolve our ethos and approach. Her passion lies in bringing nutritional change to as many people as possible.[1]


Resources and articles

Related Sourcewatch

  • September 2005 – Applying Nutrigenomics in Clinical Practice (Jeffrey Bland) - course she has been on
  • The De-Stress Diet (Hay House 2012)


  1. Total Being (from 2004) Experts, organizational web page, accessed January 3, 2013.