Jo Travers BSc RD (The London Nutritionist)
Jo Travers, The London Nutritionist and author of The Low-Fad Diet, is a state Registered Dietitian with a First Class BSc (Hons) in Human Nutrition & Dietetics. She has been in private practice for ten years, She has carried out over 1500 hours of one-to-one consultations with more than 600 clients, as well as the additional hours of workshops, research, and media work with the BBC, Channel 4, The Islam channel and more.
Please see her media page and YouTube channel for a selection of videos and articles. She writes for Vitality and Travelling Peach.
She is also a spokesperson for the British Dietetic Association.
Sessions are usually 50 minutes depending on your personal therapy needs.
Together we will look at your current diet and lifestyle along with your goals and come up with a plan to help you get where you want to be. Prior to our first meeting, I may ask you to keep a diet and activity diary to help establish your current situation. Afterwards I will email you a summary of the session along with any supporting information we discuss.
You can have as many or as few sessions as you feel you need. I would usually see most clients three or more times but some I see just once and others I have been providing support to for over a year, so it's entirely up to you.
I offer support via email between appointments.
I offer a professional, confidential, evidenced-based service that provides individual advice to meet your personal situation and requirements, whether that is weight management; pre-conception, pregnancy and infant nutrition; childhood nutrition including fussy eating, overweight & behavioural problems; a specific diet plan to manage a medical condition such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and its associated stress; low energy; or sports nutrition for optimum performance.
The science of nutrition looks at the provision of necessary nutrients to the body to support life, health and growth. Many common health problems can be prevented, managed and improved with a healthy diet and lifestyle. However, eating and our relationships with food are individual, emotive and often far from scientific, therefore an approach tailored to each client achieves better results more quickly.
Training, qualifications & experience
Jo Travers is a dietitian registered with the Health Professions Council and The British Dietetic Association, with a First Class BSc (Hons) degree in Human Nutrition & Dietetics.
Her experience in the field includes time working in Kingston, Wandsworth, and The Royal Free Hospital NHS Trusts; 10 years in private nutritional practice, eight of those as a dietitian.
She is also the author of The Low-Fad Diet
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Registration means that a health professional meets national standards for their professional training, performance and conduct.
Areas of nutrition deal with
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.
- Consultation (50mins) £150
- 7-day meal plan £150
Online Weight Loss and Nutrition Course
Fad diets promise miracles - either with no effort or with such complex formulas that no one can stick to them.
Now, finally, there is a sensible, realistic and easy to follow guide on how to eat well. From the comfort of your own home and at your own pace.
This course contains more than I would cover in 6 one-to-one sessions - that's £900.
- feel doomed to be "on a diet" for the rest of your life?
- hate diets?
- have a tricky relationship with food?
- want to stop thinking about food all day?
- have no access to a private nutritionist or dietitian?
- want to know more about nutrition and how our bodies use nutrients?
If you answered YES to any of these questions, this course is for YOU.
Group workshops - weaning, weight loss, healthy eating, running and exercise nutrition
Get your group together and I will come to you.
- From £45pp (min 4 people)
- From £400
- Why it's better to make your own baby food
- Baby Weaning
- Eggs: the Yolk of the Matter
- Small ways to get your eating on track after the festive season
- Vegetarian Sources Of Iron For Your Baby
- Five things you can do today to help boost your energy levels
- Beauty & the Feast?
- Why a diet rich in carbohydrate is essential for sports nutrition
The Low-Fad Diet is for people who want to lose weight and be healthy but don’t have the time or inclination to follow a complex weight loss diet dictated by a guru, but instead want a few basic guidelines to help them make better choices.
Although this book is a kind of diet book, it isn’t solely to help people to lose weight. This book is for anyone who wants to have a better understanding of basic nutrition for everyday life. There will always be more you can learn about food and nutrition, but this book provides an overview of the most relevant bits for most people.
Acclaim for The Low-Fad Diet
“A refreshing change from a lot of the diet books out there” Dietetics Today
“A strong evidence base and a no-nonsense approach” Leo Pemberton, Dietitian
“A useful book for those who want to change their relationship with food” Chloe Miles, Dietitian