Shahena Ali

A Naturopath and Naturopathic Nutritionist identifying and treating the root cause of illness with natural medicine and medicinal food and nutrition; also as a Herbal Medicine Practitioner and BBC Expert Voice on Medicinal Foods & Healthy Cookery, Shahena is an ex-medic turned nutritionist and qualified natural healthcare expert who is featured on Television and Radio. As the founder of a beauty brand, Shahena is also a beauty insider who is a Food and Beauty Writer for magazines and newspapers nationwide and internationally. Find her blog and recipes on her website

Selected by the BBC as a BBC BAME Expert Voice on Food and Cookery and appointed by the NHS Change4Life campaign as an Ambassador for Healthy Eating and Cookery, Shahena Ali is a Medicinal Food and Indian Cookery expert as well as a food and beauty writer. A former medic, she specializes in anti-ageing foods and healing foods as well being a specialist in Medicinal Cookery. She was the founder of a natural beauty brand (nominated for the Professional Beauty Awards) and currently writes about food and beauty for various national and international magazines.

Shahena is also a cookery presenter with broadcasts featured on national television and radio. Shahena has appeared on television (BBC UKTV Food etc.) and BBC Radio. A fresh and knowledgeable food and beauty writer and cookery presenter with a science background, Shahena lives in London and her unique knowledge and experience have gained her a firm following with fans who want to know more about how they can improve their health and physical appearance, as well as boost physical and mental performance and prevent and reverse signs of ageing, with the food they eat. Her work has already been featured in glossies and newspapers worldwide. Further information about Shahena’s work can be found here: and on her Twitter profile @Shahena_Ali
Feed Your

Feed Your Beauty

We all want to look good throughout the year and summer represents a fresh new beginning, where we start to take off our winter layers. Summer's lighter layers and looks however remind us that the stodgy food of the festive cold season has left us with unwanted weight gain and dull looking skin, hair and eyes.
20/03/2015 14:19 GMT