Rania Salman

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Registered Dietitian, PgDip (Merit), BSc (Honours), MBDA
Available for new clients
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London SW14 & E18
Available for new clients
Available for new clients

This professional is available for new clients.

About me

If you are having difficulty conceiving, struggling with your PCOS symptoms,  having difficulty managing your diabetes or just want to know more about how to optimise your diet and require expert nutritional advice, I can help you. My name is Rania and I am a qualified and experienced registered dietitian and nutritionist based in London and offer online consultations. Knowing which foods to eat is difficult enough, with all the conflicting information out there it makes it even harder!

 My areas of expertise include fertility, PCOS, type 2 diabetes and general health (i.e. high cholesterol, vegan/vegetarian diets).   As a trained dietitian I use an evidence-based approach and my triple T framework to support you in reaching your goals. 

My triple T framework consists of the following:

1) Tweak

I help my clients to get clear on what they actually need to be doing when it comes to their nutrition so that they stop making mistakes with their diet.  A thorough dietary analysis will uncover what you need to change, which areas of your diet need some work and how best we can improve it to suit your needs and lifestyle. 

2) Tools

You will be set up with a detailed step-by step guide on how to make changes.  A detailed summary will be emailed over to you post-session with clear, actionable goals.

2) Transform

Having a dietitian to guide you is like having a buddy and cheerleader to support and encourage you from the sidelines.  Having to figure out this mountain of information isn’t easy- I’ve looked at the studies and done the research so you don’t have to!

By working with me, you will have the support and accountability to enable you to get REAL results and transform your diet.

So, if you are struggling with your nutrition,  or if you are unsure if what you are reading online is fact or fiction, or if you know that nutrition will help you improve your life but you're unsure on where to start, then drop me an e-mail and I will offer you a free 10 minute discovery call!

Clinic appointments available in East, South and central London (Angel, N1 8PT).  Also online.

Training, qualifications & experience

I graduated from university with an honours degree in Biomedical Sciences. Fascinated by our relationship with food and how we can improve our behaviours and lifestyle with changes in our diet, I decided to study nutrition and dietetics and completed my postgraduate diploma with a merit in the field. I soon moved into working for the NHS where I spent multiple years working with patients in the largest teaching hospitals in the country.

Additionally, I have worked in the private sector most notably providing the inpatient service of Harley Street at University College Hospital, The Princess Grace Hospital and also The Wellington hospital.

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Nutrition topics

Information about health conditions (*)

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£125.00 per session
Free initial in-person, telephone or online session

Health Insurance/EAP

  • Axa Health
  • Vitality
  • WPA
  • Aviva

Additional information

Initial phonecall- 10 minutes, FREE

Initial Consultation- 60 minutes, £125

Follow-up Consultation- up to 60 minutes, £85

When I work

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun

Appointments available Monday-Friday in the evenings or weekend hours also possible.

Further information

I am registered with Vitality Health, Aviva, WPA, Cigna and AXA Health Insurance companies.

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Published articles

20 Mortlake High Street, London, SW14 8QB

Lily House, 11 The Shrubberies, London, E18 1BD

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Types of client

Young adults (18-24)
Adults (25-64)
Older Adults (65+)

Key details

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Additional languages


Fluent in Arabic, conversational in Spanish and French

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