Providing Evidence-Based Nutritional and Dietetic Care for You and Your Family
Why see a registered Dietitian?
We are registered and strictly regulated
Registered Dietitian (Dietician) is a protected title in the UK. This means that only a Registered Dietitian who has completed a formally recognised Honours Degree or Masters Degree in Nutrition and Dietetics may call themselves by this title. This ensures that you receive the best quality nutritional and dietetic care that is available and will always be safe.
All dietitians must register with the HCPC (Health and Care Professions Council) meaning they are strictly regulated and have to show that they are keeping up to date with the latest evidence and best practice. Registered Dietitians are the only nutritional professionals qualified to treat disease. A Dietitian will give you safe, realistic nutrition and dietetic advice based on the best available evidence.
Registered dietitians must hold a bachelors or masters degree in dietetics
Dietitians in the UK must be registered with the HCPC (Health and Care Professions Council)
A dietitian will only provide dietary guidance that is based on the best available scientific evidence
Fees and Referrals
I am currently developing a training course to support parents in navigating the process of weaning their children with allergies. As a result, I am unable to offer individual consultations at the moment. However, I have created a Facebook group where you can join and find valuable resources and support.
Additionally, I am still accepting case management referrals so please feel free to reach out to me at 07511 346206. We can discuss your current client's situation and explore how I might be able to assist them.
What they say
Mother of baby fed by enteral tube
My baby has not vomited since you changed the feed, Thank you!
Mother of child with multiple allergies
No one has ever explained it to me in that way before, now I understand,
Phone: (07511) 346206