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Isabel Tarrant

Isabel Tarrant,

Joined Holland & Barrett: Sep 2020

MSc in Clinical and Public Health Nutrition

Registered Nutritionist with an MSc in Clinical and Public Health Nutrition from University College London.

Isabel has expertise in gut health and the role of the gut microbiome in digestive health, immunity and brain health.

Isabel is passionate about improving the wellbeing of customers through evidence-based nutrition and lifestyle advice and keeps up with the latest nutritional science to continually enhance her practice.

Isabel believes a well-balanced holistic approach of evidence-based nutrition and lifestyle practices are key to improving wellbeing and happiness.