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About me

I have always been passionate about food and know what it’s like to struggle with weight. I also know what it's like to receive nutrition advice from someone who has never experienced how difficult it can be not to obsess about food!

It has taken me years to build up my approach, which I've based on real experience, the importance of wellbeing, and education - not only the nutritional science, but research into everything that's working against us and making it harder to maintain a healthy weight. I want to help others to escape the restrict-binge-feeling awful diet cycle and feel genuinely happy again.

I offer one-to-one coaching, taking a holistic approach so that all aspects of your life work together in a way that makes you both healthy and happy.

I am a Registered Associate Nutritionist based in London, registered with the Association for Nutrition (AfN). I have an MSc in Global Public Health Nutrition and also completed an AfN-accredited course in Weight Management Interventions. In addition, I have studied the science of wellbeing with Yale University. When I'm not consulting, I work in research to improve healthy eating policy in the UK.

Consultation options:

1) Weight Management (without restrictive dieting) - working on disordered eating or unhealthy eating habits for an individualised plan to help you have a healthier relationship with food and feel happier in how you feel and how you eat.

2) Nutrition Check-In - if you want to just have one session to ask specific questions and receive a personalised plan to eat healthily. I can answer questions on what you should eat, how much protein you need, if you should avoid carbs, how to get your period back, overcoming gut health issues and lots more!

3) Meal planning, recipe ideas and shopping tips to help optimise your nutrition and make your life easier, healthier and happier.

Send a quick message now, or check out my website for more information!


Nutrition Check In

Working with Kim was refreshing! She has so much knowledge and expertise, yet her support is grounded in compassion and reality. She provided me with practical advice that I could apply to my everyday life without drastic changes, and she was able to explain everything in a way that made me feel empowered to take action.

I’ve received advice in the past from nutrition and fitness experts that felt condescending or too extreme for my lifestyle; Kim listened to my needs and goals and thoughtfully addressed my questions, and most importantly, we developed a plan that I am already implementing!

Liz, 36

August, 2020

Weight Management
Working with nutritionist Kimberley over the last few months has given me a new perspective.

Strangely while my total aim from the outset of our counselling sessions has been to lose weight I am very grateful to Kimberley for giving me something closer to a new outlook on life.

That’s a very big thing but like so many of those milestones you don’t notice the changes while they’re happening you have to stand back.

Some of the changes I’ve made have been little food changes, some have been the way I organise my eating. However, a number have been about thinking about myself and my life differently.

Kimberley really listens to me and is supportive and constructive. When she suggests the next steps they are measured so that you don’t feel overwhelmed.

I also appreciate the fact that they are relevant to what we’ve been talking about and are never part of a template programme such as one you might find in an online package.

I am still a work in progress and I have to admit I still want to lose weight but Kimberley has taken that frenzied frustration out of my daily life and given me a variety of tools to pick on when I feel the panic rising.

I can’t thank you enough Kimberley!

Carol, 62

October, 2020

Meal Planning, Recipe Ideas and Shopping Tips
I was really happy with my consultation with Neve nutrition. Beforehand I was absolutely lost in the many contradictory messages about healthy eating coming from all around me, I tended to drift between arbitrary restrictions on my meals and scattered attempts with ‘diets’ and ‘fads’. From the first session my misconceptions and confusions were cleared up, instead of unhealthy restrictions based on hearsay, I was able to prioritise what I would be satisfied with on a day to day basis, and all within the framework of smart and professional guidance for achieving long term health.

Together we got to the bottom of my habits and decided on a possible direction for my daily menu, one that was both smart and healthy, and was something I was comfortable with. Her warm and methodical approach helped me to understand the reasoning behind my future choices, and the sessions felt both enlightening and collaborative, meaning I now have both enough knowledge about, and investment in, my strategy to keep me motivated and interested.

Above all it was fun to talk about my own tastes, the consultation process never stripped out my enjoyment of food, fostering a healthy relationship to my diet that was never available to me in the other places I’ve looked seeking to lose weight or get fit. And now I have some delicious recipes to try! All in all, I left my first session feeling like I had a handle on how to have a healthier and more fulfilling diet.

Daedyn, 24

Check out my website for more testimonials and information, or just message me here with any questions :)

August, 2020

Training, qualifications & experience

I am a Registered Associate Nutritionist based in London, registered with the Association for Nutrition (AfN). I have an MSc in Global Public Health Nutrition and also completed an AfN-accredited course in Weight Management Interventions. In addition, I have studied the science of wellbeing with Yale University. When I'm not consulting, I work in research to improve healthy eating policy in the UK.

As a teacher previously, I've worked with a huge range of people in the UK and internationally. I make a point of communicating in a language that makes sense - so I can help you understand what’s fact and what’s fiction in food and nutrition.

Member organisations


Association for Nutrition

Association for Nutrition

Nutrition topics

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.

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Initial or one-off consultation (1 hour): £65

Follow-up consultations (45 minutes): £50

Package Deal - 4 sessions following the initial consultation: £165

Package Deal - 10 sessions following the initial consultation: £425

Further information

All sessions are available online and there is no extra cost for evenings and weekends.

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

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Wheelchair user access

Wheelchair-accessible premises should have step-free access for wheelchair users and individuals who are unable to climb stairs. If a nutritionist's premises aren't step-free, they may offer alternative services such as telephone/web-based appointments, home visits, or meeting clients in different location, so you can choose the option that suits you best.

You can contact the nutritionist to discuss the options available.

Under the Equality Act 2010 service providers have a duty to make reasonable adjustments to ensure that individuals with disabilities can access their service. You can read more about reasonable adjustments to help you to access services on the CAB website.

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Available evenings and weekends


Kimberley Neve, MSc, ANutr - Weight Management Specialist

Kimberley Neve, MSc, ANutr - Weight Management Specialist