Rebecca McManamon Consultant Dietitian MNutr MBDA HCPC Registered
North West London
Rebecca is a HCPC Registered Dietitian with a wealth of experience in helping clients manage health conditions through dietary change. Rebecca is also a media spokesperson for the British Dietetic Association and has been featured in national newspapers such as The Guardian and Sunday Times Food and on BBC Radio.
Since Rebecca has worked for over 5 years in the most multi-cultural area of the UK, she has a real understanding of how our relationship with food may differ according to our culture and religion – our unique identity – thus ensuring that any recommendations are considerate of individual food choices and beliefs. Rebecca has experience of working with people of all ages from school aged children to centenarians.
You are not generic, so your assessment, recommendations and treatment plan will not be generic either!
Rebecca is an accredited ‘DESMOND’ diabetes educator and is a strong believer in the ethos of empowering you to self-manage your own health
Rebecca has expertise in a range of conditions, including:
Cardiovascular Disease (including managing high blood pressure and high cholesterol)
Gastrointestinal Conditions e.g. Coeliac Disease, IBS
Renal (Kidney) Conditions
Cancer (during treatment and prevention advice)
Difficulty in gaining weight/ experiencing unintended weight loss
Neurological conditions e.g. MS, MND, Dementia
Enteral tube feeding (PEG. NG, Jejunostomy feeding)
Training, qualifications & experience
Rebecca qualified as a Registered Dietitian in 2008 from the University of Nottingham (Master of Nutrition).
Dietitians are the only nutrition professionals bound by ethical and legal regulation through the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). Rebecca has had HCPC registration since 2008.
Rebecca is a full member of the British Dietetic Association (BDA), Freelance Dietitians Group, Paediatric Group and a committee member of the Palliative Care sub group of The BDA Oncology Group
Rebecca has worked in hospitals and within community settings (GP clinics, nursing homes, people's own homes) so has a wide range of experience of helping clients self-manage their conditions through dietary change.
Areas of nutrition I deal with
- Adults and elderly adults
- Anaemia *
- Cancer *
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME *
- Coeliac disease
- Constipation *
- Crohn's disease *
- Diarrhoea *
- Digestive problems *
- Healthy eating
- Heart disease *
- High blood pressure *
- High cholesterol *
- Infants and pre-school children
- Iron deficiency anaemia *
- Irritable bowel syndrome *
- Life stages
- Menopause *
- Obesity *
- Osteoporosis *
- Polycystic ovary syndrome *
- Pregnancy and preconception
- Premenstrual syndrome *
- Schoolchildren and teenagers
- Skin health and conditions *
- Thyroid problems
- Tiredness *
- Weight gain
- Weight management
- Women's nutrition
* If you have been diagnosed or suspect you may have one of the medical conditions starred above, you should consult your GP for advice, diagnosis and treatment and always inform your health professional before starting any alternative or additional therapies, treatments or making any major changes in your diet or exercise programme.
Fees are in line with the British Dietetic Association Freelance Dietitians guidance.
Since fees vary for a clinic appointment or a home visit, please get in touch to find out which fee will be applicable to your consultations.
Rebecca is also an author and editor for CN magazine.
Type of session
|Online nutrition support:||No|
|Telephone nutrition support:||No|
|Face to face nutrition:||Yes|
|Other languages:||Interpreting services can be arranged with prior notice|