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Hi, I’m Cathy
I’m a registered nutritionist (ANutr) working with clients on a one to one basis, focusing on weight loss and healthy eating. Together we develop personalised, realistic plans to help reach your health goals but still enjoy food.
As a member of the Association for Nutrition (recognised by the NHS), I give proven science-based advice.
My specialist areas include:
Improving blood sugar management
Reducing cholesterol levels
Reducing the risk of chronic diseases
Improving gut health
Helping the switch to a healthy vegan diet
How my sessions work:
In the initial consultation I do a lot of listening to find out how food fits into your day-to-day life. Together we explore your current diet in detail and understanding your aims and concerns. Based on this we then develop a plan that will move you towards a healthy diet in an achievable and sustainable way.
I can help you to:
- Identify which aspects of your diet to work on first.
- Understand your triggers for unhelpful behaviours and the barriers to healthy eating.
- Set realistic and achievable diet goals.
- Develop new habits that last.
Want to know more?
Have a free no obligation 15-minute telephone call to chat over your aims and to find out if a consultation is right for you.
My one-to-one consultations are currently all done remotely (over the phone, Face-time, Skype or Zoom).
What my clients say:
"We approached Cathy for help on different issues: to lower my CHOLESTEROL and to increase my husbands WEIGHT. She advised us on changes to our diet and lifestyle, at the same time explaining the scientific evidence behind her recommendations and insights. I mentioned that I suffered with BLOATING and have done for most of my life, becoming worse in later years leading to sleepless nights. With Cathy's guidance I no longer suffer from this as much and feel in control of what I am eating! IN SUMMARY Cathy has helped both of us achieve what we set out to do ( and more!) plus led us to become much more adventurous and varied in the foods we eat."
"After many crash diets I decided to seek help from a local Registered Nutritionist, Cathy Court. I’m extremely impressed with Cathy’s approach. Her advice and support have been first class and she has the tools I need to develop a long-term healthy eating and exercise regime. I’m so delighted to have discovered Cathy Court to help me along the path to better health. It’s also so nice to be able to fit into my t-shirts and trousers.”
"I must tell you that I already feel like a new person… you might think I’m exaggerating but seriously it is like turning the lights back on. I am so glad I contacted you for this dietary assessment because I was really struggling.”
"I asked Cathy to look at my diet and design a food plan to give me better strength and energy. Although mostly I ate sensibly, she noted that protein, selenium and vitamin D was on the low side. She gave me really good practical suggestions on how to improve this and her ideas took into account my likes and dislikes. A great help and all achieved in an encouraging and kind manner."
Training, qualifications & experience
- Physiology and Biochemistry BSc(Hons)
- Human Nutrition MSc (Distinction)
- Behaviour change course in motivational interviewing
In addition to working with one to one clients, I am a regular contributor to several magazines, and write for Heart UK, the cholesterol charity.
Previously I spent fifteen years developing the parenting site Netmums. My focus was on making family eating healthy and fun, and using the parent power of Netmums to campaign on food related issues making it easier for parents to serve up healthier meals. I also developed an online course, sponsored by the Department of Health, giving parents confidence in their own ability to cook and provide healthy food for loved ones (Court et al., 2010).
Information about health conditions (*)
Nutritional therapy can help enhance the well-being of individuals diagnosed with serious medical conditions, but should not take the place of medical treatment and advice. If you have been diagnosed with - or suspect you may have - any of these conditions, please speak to your doctor before starting nutritional therapy or making any major changes to your diet or lifestyle.
£90.00 per session
Free initial telephone session
My personalised, one to one service costs £90
- Full dietary analysis using Nutritics, a leading nutritional analysis software
- One hour consultation
- Written summary of consultation with targeted resources
- 30 minute follow up consultation
Other packages and options available.
When I work
Evening and weekend consultations available