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About me

Are you plagued with digestive problems? Do you want to optimise your health and get the most out of your diet +/- exercise? Have you tried several 'diets' on your own but just end up back where you started?

Get in touch today - I use individualised and practical advice to ensure my clients achieve their goals and optimise their health, fitness and wellbeing.

I am a Registered Dietitian, Sports Nutritionist and Food Coach specialising in Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), the Low FODMAP diet (official training), Digestive Problems, Sports Nutrition, Coeliac Disease, Crohn's Disease, Ulcerative Colitis, Liver Disorders, Weight Loss, Healthy Eating and Wellbeing.
I am flexible, based in southwest London and also offer Skype/FaceTime consultations.

Training, qualifications & experience

Qualified and HCPC Registered Dietitian BScHons RD
PgCert Sports and Exercise Nutrition
Low FODMAP diet qualified
SENr Graduate registrant
PENG qualified

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HCPC

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Fees

Additional information

Initial consultation £130
Follow-up appointments £90
Home/office visits (please call to discuss areas covered) available for an additional £30

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