Felicity Lyons Dietitian & Sports Nutritionist
Hi, I'm Felicity
I am a dietitian and sports nutritionist with over 20 years of experience helping individuals achieve, and maintain their health goals. My expertise in weight management has led me to work across a variety of areas: irritable bowel syndrome, eating disorders, sports nutrition, and diabetes remission. When treating an individual I work holistically, focusing on Lifestyle Medicine - the idea that all areas of your life play a part in your health and feelings of wellness.
My work is evidence based and clinically informed. I use my clinical expertise and knowledge of the latest research to help clients improve their health.
If you need help to transition to a more sustainable way of eating such as a vegan or vegetarian diet or want some support with the Low FODMAP approach to help with your gut I can help you. All options are on the table for weight change including intermittent fasting, calorie prescriptions, exercise and product based programmes. Get in touch if you would like to know more.
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Check my website for more details www.felicitylyons.com
Training, qualifications & experience
2016 ISAK accreditation for body composition analysis
2015 Post Graduate Certificate Applied Sports Nutrition St Mary's University London
1998 Post Graduate Diploma in Dietetics King's College London
1997 BSc Hons Degree in Nutrition 1997 King's College London
A dietitian since 1998 I have worked within both the NHS at Imperial College Healthcare Trust, London, and the university setting as a Research Fellow for Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen. 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 (now WW), private practice at The London Clinic, website nutritional expertise for Sage by Heston Blumenthal, and media spokesperson for my professional body, the British Dietetic Association.
I am exceptionally well trained to research and manage your health condition. I love learning and keeping up to date is a highlight of my work.
Most recent course: Lifestyle Medicine Harvard Medical School 2019
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).
Registered / Accredited
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Health and Care Professions Council
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They keep a register of health professionals who meet their standards, and they take action if registered health professionals fall below those standards. They were created by a piece of legislation called the Health Professions Order 2001.
Registration means that a health professional meets national standards for their professional training, performance and conduct.
Consultation Fees as below:
Initial appointment 60 minutes £150
Follow up 60 minutes £130
Follow up 30 minutes £75
30 minute appointments available on-line only
Clinic Days Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday
If you would like to have a brief telephone call in advance of booking an appointment just ping me an email. During our appointments all aspects of your life will be explored including your medical history, stresses and strains of modern living, work conditions and family situation.
Assessment: I send questionnaires in advance to collect relevant information on 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 improve your gut health and immune system, helping your body to fulfil its potential - mentally and physically.