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About us

Most people are searching for ways to sustain healthy behavioural change and rely on reward-based extrinsic motivators, such as diet plans. Uniquely Created U incorporates strategies that support clients in the development of intrinsic motivation, resulting in lifestyle transformation.

This is achieved through specially designed psychological tests, consultation techniques and accountability. Our clients are further invested with evidenced-based nutrition and health education seminars. These contribute to an individual’s transformation and provides them the tools to avoid being misled by fad diets and non-factual health information.

Training, qualifications & experience

Our Services
Our tailored programs are shaped by nutritional expertise and combined with medical support. We work within an expert multidisciplinary team setting to meet our client’s goals, providing clarity, enhanced health and revitalised wellbeing.

We see clients online across the nation and offer face to face appointments in Central London and Northamptonshire.

We offer evidence-informed nutrition, health and fitness guidance:

  • One-to-one nutritional assessments
  • One-to-one nutritional and medical consultations
  • 12-week nutrition and health transformation programme
  • Bespoke individual and corporate programs
  • Ongoing accountability and follow-up

Founding Directors:
Mrs Vanessa Peat, Nutritionist (BSc.) | Medical Science (BSc.) | Personal Trainer (Certified) | Reading Sports Nutrition (Institute of Performance Nutrition, BDA Accredited)

UCU Managing Director
Vanessa Peat graduated with a Bachelor of Medical Science (2013) from the University of Leicester and a 1st Class Honours Bachelor of Nutrition with Medical Science (2020) from UCL. She has successfully completed clinical training in cardiorespiratory medicine, orthopedics and rheumatology, psychiatry, general practice, emergency medicine. She has an advanced diploma in Personal Trainer (2018), with Emergency First Aid at work training (2018). Vanessa Peat has completed a course in Behavioural Change and Motivational Interviewing (2020), She has recently taken part in nutritional research (publication pending), assessing the nutritional intake of Police officers which involved over four hundred hours of Food Frequency Questionnaire interviews.

Dr. Nicholas Peat, General Practitioner (MBBS, MRCGP) | Neuroscience with Medical Science (BSc.) | Reading Nutritional Medicine (University of Surrey, AfN Accredited)

UCU Clinical Director
Dr. Peat graduated from UCL with bachelor’s degrees in Neuroscience (2004) and Medicine and Surgery (2006). He is a Principal GP and a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners. Dr. Peat is an undergraduate tutor and examiner at the University of Cambridge. He has personal experience of severe inflammatory bowel disease and has sustained remission through dietary and lifestyle measures. He holds two second degree black belts in Shotokan and Okinawan Gojo Ru. In October 2014 the Care Quality Commission awarded “Outstanding Practice” for a tool he created on lowering cholesterol and in July 2015 was shortlisted to win the Patient Safety Awards for Improving Safety & Quality in Primary Care. He was previously a Medical Advisor to Doctors.net, the largest network of doctors in the UK with over 200,000 members.

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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.

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Our fees depend on which service you require. We do offer a free 15 minute consultation online to discuss your needs and find the best solution for you.



Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

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Sunday - Thursday 0800 - 2000

Friday 0800 - 1500

Saturday Closed

Uniquely Created Nutrition & Health Ltd

Uniquely Created Nutrition & Health Ltd