Felicity Lyons RD MBDA
Hi, I'm Felicity and I am a very experienced dietitian of 20 years. I am also a mum of 2 boys 13, and 16, and a Sports Nutritionist. My specialist area is Weight Management; weight issues are often coupled with other conditions such as diabetes or an irritable bowel - all health matters are considered to move forward. Being interested in weight management means you not only have to understand the latest research, but also have to be aware of the latest fad or fashion when it comes to losing (or indeed gaining) weight. I like to consider my Weight Management Programmes as clinically informed i.e. I use my clinical expertise and knowledge of the latest research to help clients manage their weight better.
I am also aware that my clients may like to try something different. I am an accredited practitioner of the Counterweight Plus Programme which is a Low-Calorie Liquid Diet Programme guaranteeing 15kg weight loss. The results really are amazing and coupled with embedded positive lifestyle habits it is absolutely possible to maintain that fantastic weight loss. It is my job to keep my client safe and to liaise with other health professionals as required. You can rest assured I will always have your best interests at heart and do my utmost to ensure you feel supported whilst attending my appointments. We all need support and professional help to ensure we meet our weight and health targets.
I love being active with walking and yoga my preferred habits - also enjoy occasional bouts of hula hooping and I have just hired a rower so we'll see where that takes me!
I love cooking and am lucky enough to have a French boyfriend who is an amazing chef, and from whom I learn so much about how to make healthier foods look and taste delicious. For the French particularly, presentation is SO important.
So if you are interested in working with me to manage your current weight better please get in touch, as I would really like to help.
Training, qualifications & experience
ISAK accreditation for body composition analysis 2016
PG Certificate Applied Sports Nutrition 2015 St Mary's University London
Post Graduate Diploma in Dietetics 1998 King's College London
BSc Hons Degree in Nutrition 1997 King's College London
I currently provide Dietetic Services at Cygnet Hospital In East London as well as hold private clinics in Central and South London.
A dietitian since 1998 I have worked within both the NHS at Imperial College Healthcare Trust, London, within the university setting as a Research Fellow for Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, and since 2011 I have been enjoying the flexibility of the independent sector as a Freelance Dietitian. Projects have included writing resources for Counterweight Ltd, research for Weight Watchers Ltd, individual consultations within a clinic setting for The London Clinic, and website nutritional expertise for Sage by Heston Blumenthal. I am certainly enjoying the variety of work which comes my way!
I am exceptionally well trained to research and manage your health condition, and as a Media Spokesperson for the British Dietetic Association, you can be assured I will be able to offer you the latest treatment. I have always loved learning and continue to attend study days and courses regularly. Having a private practice located in a health-club in Central London since 2013 has piqued my interest in Sports Nutrition, and I have recently graduated with a Postgraduate Certificate in Applied Sports Nutrition from St Mary's University, Twickenham, London.
Previous study days and courses I have enjoyed have been at Harvard Medical School in Boston, the University of Glasgow, Imperial College Healthcare Trust, and University College London.
All aspects of your life will be explored including your medical history, stresses and strains of modern living, work conditions and family situation.
I am a full member of the British Dietetic Association, Association for the Study of Obesity, and am registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (License No. DT07438).
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Registration means that a health professional meets national standards for their professional training, performance and conduct.
If you have been diagnosed or suspect you may have this medical condition, 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.
CLAPHAM South Molton Street
60 minutes £130 £150
90 minutes £175 £195
It is always best to have a brief telephone consultation in advance of booking an appointment regarding your particular condition. It helps to create a rapport and aid my understanding of the level of support and guidance you may require. Different conditions and concerns require more appointments than others, and sometimes two sessions are all that is necessary to set you on the road to optimum nutrition and a better lifestyle. Other times more appointments are required but can be spaced out over time to ensure you are implementing goals we have agreed and they are having an effect.
During your initial Assessment Appointment, I will take some measurements and we will discuss your current lifestyle, your medical history, any attempts you have already made to manage your condition and what has worked for you in the past. I will use this information with evidence from research to put together a strategy which will work within your lifestyle and which you think you can achieve.
In my experience, everyone can benefit from seeing a dietitian. Good nutrition can help you feel better, and look better. Good nutrition will also help your body to fulfil its potential - mentally and physically.
Eat well. Live well. Get happy!
Please contact me for a brief telephone call regarding how we could work together.