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Fertility & Prenatal Specialist Nutritionist & Dietitian

About me

The most important time to eat well is in the lead up to and during pregnancy, but it can also be the most difficult time to eat well. I support Fertility and pregnancy clients to achieve this goal.

Fertility clients:

Research shows the health and lifestyle of both mum and dad during the first few months prior to conception is essential. I offer 1–3-month consultation packages for both individuals and couples on their fertility journey so that we can optimise fertility and the possibility of a successful pregnancy.

My service offers advice to clients:

  • Thinking about trying for a baby (pre-conception)
  • With pre-existing dietary conditions (such as PCOS, Coeliac disease) who would like advice on managing their condition in relation to fertility and pregnancy
  • Who are older and would like to quickly optimise their chances of a successful pregnancy
  • Undergoing assisted reproduction therapies
  • Undergoing IVF
  • Experiencing recurrent miscarriage
  • With irregular menstrual cycles
  • Looking to lose weight to assist with conceiving
  • Requiring tailored advice on nutritional supplementation to ensure optimal micronutrient requirements are met to achieve and sustain pregnancy and for optimal genetic programming

Pregnancy clients:
I help women who are pregnant to manage their diet so that they can reduce their risk of nutritional deficiencies, and give their babies the healthiest start in life. 

My service offers:

  • Treatment of pregnancy related side effects (such as nausea, reflux, constipation) to help increase your enjoyment of pregnancy - 'Mini consultations' are available at an affordable price for women experiencing these side effects and who need advice quickly.
  • Calculation of personal dietary requirements to manage weight and nutritional needs throughout pregnancy
  • Tailored advice on nutritional supplementation to ensure micronutrient requirements are met during pregnancy 
  • Dietary advice to reduce the risk of prenatal complications (such as gestational diabetes, preeclampsia) and improve the long-term health outcomes for mother and baby
  • Support with dietary changes to optimise baby’s future health outcomes (such as immunity, learning ability) through genetic programming
  • Advice regarding high-risk foods to avoid in pregnancy
  • Debunking of food myths relating to pregnancy

Training, qualifications & experience

Michelle is a London-based Nutritionist and Dietitian with nearly 20 years of experience treating patients in many leading London NHS teaching hospitals as well as both freelance and private sectors.

Michelle holds both a Bachelor’s degree in Nutrition and a Master’s degree in Dietetics. She has completed further training to specialise in Fertility and Prenatal Nutrition and is a member of the Maternal and Fertility Specialist Group of the British Dietetic Association (BDA).

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The Association of UK Dietitians (BDA)

The Association of UK Dietitians


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