Sian Evans

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Registered Dietitian
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Cardiff, CF11 9EA
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This professional is available for new clients.

About me

A serious family illness, turned what had been an interest in food and lifestyle and the impact on health, into a career move.  At that point, 20 years ago, I retrained and became a Dietitian which allowed me to focus on nutrition that is so essential for our health and well being.

As a registered Dietitian I have been working with the NHS for the past 18 years working in Gastroenterology and food allergies in children.   

I'm experienced in helping with all aspects of diet and nutrition at any age however I am particularly interested in digestive health, autoimmune disease, IBS and IBD and aim to provide a holistic approach.  If you require a  low FODMAP diet,  I aim to provide as much information in our initial consultations to allow you to follow a plan and provide email support throughout the elimination period.

Treatment for IBD is usually a combination of diet, medication and in some cases surgery. In some cases during flare ups, a short term low residue diet may be needed and I can advise you further on this.  Some patients, despite being in remission continue to  experience gastrointestinal symptoms. In this case, diet can be used to minimise these symptoms and improve quality of life.

If you have any concerns about your diet in any of the above areas, or wish to discuss how to optimise it for health and wellbeing in general, please feel free to contact me for a confidential non committal discussion.
Consultations are normally held virtually or face to face.

Training, qualifications & experience

Dietitians are nutritionists who are government registered and regulated. They are respected health professionals trained to advise on all aspects of food, diet and eating behaviours that relate to health, well-being and performance.

My advice is evidence based, impartial, practical and easy to follow, achievable, and tailored to each individual's needs, goals and current situation.

Consultations will include:

  • a full assessment and diagnosis of the nutritional/dietary links in relation to your symptoms and medical conditions.
  • Advise to ensure the nutritional adequacy of your diet
  • Reports to your GP or medical Consultant and requests for additional investigations or prescriptions (if appropriate)
  • Access via phone or email to support you with your diet (included)

I have the following nutrition qualifications:
BSc in Applied Human Nutrition and Dietetics (Cardiff, 2004)
MSc Module in Practical Dietetic Management of Allergies (Southampton University, 2007)
Specialist training in FODMAP diets (Kings College & St Thomas Hospital, 2011/12)
Sports Nutrition (Coventry, PGDip) June 2013

Member of Health Advisory Committee for Coeliac UK (since September 2017)

Please also feel free to email me if you have any questions and I'm happy to let you know if I can help.

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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.


£95.00 per session

Health Insurance/EAP

  • Aviva
  • Saga
  • Vitality

Additional information

For private consultations I set my rates in line with guidance from the British Dietetic Association.

The initial consultation is £95 and this will include email support after the consultation if you have any further queries. 

When I work

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Gaia Lifestyle, 86 Severn Road, Canton, Cardiff, CF11 9EA

Type of session

In person

Key details

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Sian Evans
Sian Evans