NAPS is a registered charity and is governed by a Board of Trustees. The Board of Trustees meets at least four times a year and its members are in regular contact between meetings. In this way NAPS is provided with an informed and strong leadership. View the Trustees


The Annual General Meeting of NAPS takes place during the last three months of the year.


Nigel Denby – Dietary Adviser to NAPS

Following the successful launch of his first book ‘Diet Freedom-the GL Diet’ in January 2005, Nigel has now written five further books including ‘The 7 day GL Diet’.

As well as writing books Nigel runs his own private practice in Harley Street specialising in weight management, PMS/Menopause, irritable bowel syndrome and food intolerance.  He is a member of the expert panel for the Nutrition and Health show, spokesperson for the British Dietetic Association, and a consumer dietetic adviser for ‘Complete Nutrition’ magazine.


Amanda Moore BSc (Hons), MSc Nutrition, UKVRN – Nutrition Adviser to NAPS

Amanda runs a Female Nutrition Clinic at The Hale in London.  She is committed to giving women access to nutrition advice that is evidence based.

As well as practising as a nutritionist, Amanda lectures, is actively involved in research at King’s College and is a member of the Guild of Health Writers. She publishes both academic research in peer-reviewed journals as well as articles in the popular press. She also offers nutrition-related business consultancy to companies in the UK.

Amanda is registered as a Nutritionist with The Association for Nutrition.


Dani  Singer Psychotherapist/C0unsellor; MBGACP [SNR ACCRED]/UKCP RE

Former trustee Dani, has been working in the field of women’s health with a particular interest in young women with POI (premature ovarian insufficiency) for twenty years and more recently with those who experience PMS. ​ She believes an integrative approach can contribute to more effective emotional self-management and a sense of personal control through validation and support and introducing personal strategies which may help to lessen the impact of bodily symptoms. Longstanding Patron and current trustee of The Daisy Network.


Emily Elston

Former trustee Emily brings to us her knowledge of PMS from an “Expert by Experience” background. Suffering with symptoms, but undiagnosed for a number of years she understands the struggle many individuals go through on their journey to get a diagnosis to finding treatment that works for them and is passionate about increasing awareness amongst healthcare professionals and the public. Emily is also a trustee for First Steps ED an award-winning mental health and specialist Eating Disorder charity where she first sought support for her own problems and has since been a long-standing volunteer. Lives and works in the East Midlands

Interests – Running (very slowly since surgery!) being outdoors, spending quality time with family and friends.