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Aron Hywel Snowsill
Aron Hywel Snowsill Nutritional Therapist & Naturopath

Aron Hywel Snowsill

Nutritional Therapist & Naturopath

“Traditionally men do not seek support for their problems in comparison to women. Finding Mojo gave me hope that we can start putting this unhelpful custom to bed”


years' experience

Qualifications 🏅

  • Nutritional Therapy
  • Naturopathy
  • BSc Psychology

Affiliates 🤝

  • Speaks regularly on BBC Radio Cymru and S4C

Q&A with Aron Snowsill 

Aron Hywel Snowsill

Nutritional Therapist & Naturopath

Tell us a bit about you 

My areas of expertise are mental health, men’s health, and performance nutrition.  However, because one condition can impact another I’ve worked with conditions from hypothyroidism to PTSD to diverticulitis and everything in-between.

Where are you from?

I’m from Wales, however I was born in England, it can be quite conflicting at times...

Tell us more about your role – what does your day look like?

On most days I wake up bright and early, have a protein-rich breakfast, a black coffee, and get myself to the gym for a 40-minute workout followed by a protein shake that includes some sort of dark leafy greens.

Usually I’ll have a client later in the morning, so I spend a little while preparing for the consultation. After the consultation, I spend a further hour working on the case and creating a protocol.

If I feel my concentration wavering I’ll make a green tea, take an l-theanine supplement, and put on a lo-fi beats playlist.

After lunch I’ll get back to the laptop and work on one of several projects that needs attention that day. At times I can get into a zone and work straight for a good few hours, other times I work in 20-minute increments breaking things up by creating Spotify playlists or going for a short walk.

Before I sign off for the evening I’ll check in with a few clients to see how they’re getting on.  

Depending on the season, the evenings are either filled with activities such as surfing, golf, or mushroom foraging. In the winter months I’ll likely be getting stuck into a good series, watching sports, cooking, or at the pub.

What’s one type of food you’d advise someone to include in their diet, to help them get better erections?

Unfortunately, I cannot say with certainty what food will benefit an individual without knowing the root cause of their situation.

Having said that… Brazil nuts, 3 a day. (Don’t eat more than 5 a day!)

What do you love most about your job?

Each client is different, my job is to follow the trail of breadcrumbs to find the root cause of their problems and then apply nutritional interventions accordingly. Finding the breadcrumbs requires investigating. When I find the root cause of the problem I feel like Sherlock Holmes and it gives me a buzz!

Couple that with hearing from clients that they now have a new lease of life.

What drew you to work with Mojo?

Male sexual health (physical and psychological) is a much larger problem than people think.  Traditionally men do not seek support for their problems in comparison to women, a tradition that is unfortunately persisting.

Finding Mojo gave me hope that we can start putting this unhelpful custom to bed. The more companies like Mojo succeed, the more we change society for the better.

Tell us something that not many people know about you...

I tried to look cool pouring a 1.75-liter carton of orange juice for a girl I was desperately trying to impress. It took her balling over in laughter and my increasingly wet foot to realize that I was missing the glass completely and half a carton of juice was adorning the entire kitchen table.  It was much harder to “look cool” cleaning up the mess...

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