Miss Salma S. Khan, Nutrition Consultant & Health Writer - BSc (Hons), MSc, PG Cert CC, NT, CNELM Dip NT, MBANT, CNHCreg.

Miss Salma S. Khan, Nutrition Consultant & Health Writer is the Founder and Director of ZingTality Ltd, a Nutrition Consultancy. Salma is a highly qualified Health Practitioner - she advises clients on a broad range of nutritional issues, and specialises in all matters related to nutrition. Salma incorporates Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) techniques within each consultation in order to motivate clients to reach their nutritional goals. All ZingTality clients are provided with unique bespoke nutritional plans devised to suit their individual needs. 


Salma is originally from a Biomedical Sciences background (specialising in Clinical Chemistry). She has worked in various laboratories to gain first-hand experience of nutritional testing. Her intense passion for nutrition led her on a journey to study the subject in great depth. 

Alongside consulting clients with their nutritional needs, Salma is a keen writer and public speaker - she regularly contributes nutrition related articles to the media including the Daily Mail online, is a frequent contributor to radio shows and has even appeared on television.

Salma has also worked for a premium supplement and health food company based in Surrey where she was involved in formulating several new health products such as protein oats, various protein powders and sports nutrition products.

Besides this, she has been a guest speaker at a top health retreat in Gozo, Malta. She is in the process of planning a series of health retreats. To find out more about what health retreats entail - Click Here!

In addition, Salma has voluntarily been working for a cause close to her heart. She works alongside a global charitable organisation, where she is involved in the development of the nutrition department at a hospital based in Latin America.

Salma is a member of the British Association for Applied Nutrition & Nutritional Therapy (BANT). She is registered with the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC), and is also an associate member of the Royal Society of Medicine (RSM).

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