Rosemary grew up in Scotland, moving to Rio de Janeiro when she was seven before finishing her schooling in Farnham, Surrey.
Rosemary come from a family of homeopaths, and her Grandmother opened one of the first health food shops in the country. Aged 18, she migrated to London to start modelling – doing runway shows and advertising campaigns for labels including: Chanel, Versace, Prada, Dior, McQueen, Dolce & Gabanna, Miu Miu and Vogue.
She had her first child Elfie when she was 24, her second child Bliss at 30, and her third, Blythe at 31.
The rigours of modelling and bringing up healthy, happy children lead Rosemary to question the nutritional value of the food she purchased and the food my family consumed. She came to realise that many of the common ailments that affect us – like sluggishness, skin complaints, headaches, fatigue and stress – can be dramatically improved by simply changing what we put in our mouths.
After many years of experimenting with raw food and different health regimes Rosemary decided to stop experimenting on her family, put her money where her mouth is and take herself off to college.
Rosemary qualified from The College of Naturopathic Medicine in 2012 as a naturopathic nutritionist. She still enjoys a good time and a sneaky take-away (now and then) – She wants to break the mystery of good eating and make a healthy lifestyle available to everyone.
You don’t need to shop at Planet Organic or know what a Chia seed is in order to feel the benefit of good food!
Rosemary works from the ndu Clinic on Harley Street, as well as in the Oxfordshire and Gloucestershire areas. She also does phone consultations.
Her new book on juicing called 'Juice' is now available at our Clinic, on Amazon and various book stores.