About Me

About Me

Hello, I’m Chloe Archard.


I’m a nutrition and health coach, author, blogger, teacher and mum. I studied at Oxford University from 1999-2003 and have an MSc in Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry. During my degree I became fascinated in the workings of the human body at a cellular level – how what we eat effects the genes and proteins in our body, how the immune system works and how cancer develops.


I’ve always had a passion for nutrition science, I’ve been writing about nutrition and health for several years. I qualified as a Nutritional Therapist in 2017 and as a Health and Life Coach, and AIP (Autoimmune Protocol) Certified Coach in 2021. I now combine these modalities to provide my clients with nutrition and health coaching.


I currently live near Tunbridge Wells with my husband, 3 beautiful children and a gorgeous whippet called Millie! When I’m not working I love reading, Pilates, cooking, making herbal medicine and going for long foraging walks with my family and my dog.


At the core of my work is a simple question: how can we live better, healthier & happier lives? I hope you’ll join me on a quest to discover the answers.


If you’d like to work with me you can follow the link here or email me: archardchloe@gmail.com




My Scope of Practice

I am a Health Coach and qualified with the Health Coach Institute and am a Member of the UK Health Coaches Association.

Health Coach Scope of Practice

Health Coaches work with individuals and groups in a client-centered process to support their health.


We are experts on behaviour change and possess the skills required to create trust and rapport with clients. The coaching process empowers clients to draw on internal strengths, develop self-knowledge, and embrace strategies for making lifestyle changes necessary for optimal health.


Health Coaches do not prescribe, diagnose, treat, or interpret results; rather they guide, educate, and support clients.


Click here to view the UKHCA Scope of Practice: https://www.ukhealthcoaches.com/scope-of-practice


Nutrition Coach Scope of Practice 

  • Assess my client’s general health.
  • Educate my clients.
  • Design a personalised nutrition plan.
  • Provide guidelines for a balanced intake of nutrients and hydration.
  • Encourage my clients to follow a varied diet and healthy lifestyle.
  • Check on food intake through questions and dietary journals.
  • Monitor symptom and health improvements.
  • Adjust an eating plan where necessary.
  • Inform about the benefits of proper nutrition and self-care.
  • Demonstrate health-promoting shopping habits, healthy home-cooking, and food preparation practices.
  • Work in collaboration with a medical doctor who is supervising my client.


What I don’t do

  • Diagnose or attempt to diagnose medical conditions, prescribe treatment, dispense, or replace a doctor’s advice.
  • Provide substitution for the care of disease through a medical provider.
  • Advise my clients to stop taking prescribed medicine.
  • Guarantee/promise health improvements and healing through nutrition.
  • Exaggerate or misinform about the health effects of certain foods or products.
  • Recommend supplements as a substitution for a varied diet.
  • Recommend banned or illegal substances.
  • Treat an illness or injury through over the counter products, herbs, or supplements.
  • Divulge confidential information about my clients to third parties.


I am fully insured and both my insurance certificate and my qualification certificates are available to view if required.


Disclaimer: All information provided is for informational purposes only, and is not to be construed as medical advice or instruction. Please consult your GP or a qualified health professional on any matters regarding your health and wellbeing. I am a nutritional educator and do not dispense medical advice nor prescribe treatment. While nutritional support can be an important complement to your medical care, a nutritional therapy program is not a substitute for the diagnosis, treatment, or care of a disease, illness, or injury by a medical provider. Nutritional evaluations and lifestyle assessments are not intended for the diagnoses of disease.