Clinical and Health Nutrition

Nutrition Support

I have a wide range of experience within the NHS and private practice. I use my knowledge and expertise to help you optimise your nutrition.


Changes to your diet can be difficult and you may feel overwhelmed especially following a recent diagnosis or if you are in recovery.


I work with you to find a solution that is manageable and achievable for you.

I can help with the following nutrition concerns.

Disease/surgery nutrition


  • Cancer malnutrition

  • Healthy eating following cancer treatment

  • Optimising nutrition following cancer treatment

  • Eating well following surgery

  • Low/high fibre diet

  • Build up diet

  • Osteoporosis



Metabolic/hormone related nutrition

  • Polycystic ovary syndrome

  • Type 2 Diabetes

  • Under/overactive thyroid

  • Fatty liver disease

Special diet management 

  • Coeliac

Healthy living and disease prevention

  • Pre-diabetes

  • Healthy Heart 

  • Osteopenia

  • Healthy eating from age 16 years plus


Struggling with gut symptoms can be very stressful and have a real impact on everyday life.

Following an initial consultation where a detailed history and food diary is taken.

You will have the option of completing a general nutrition pathway where we focus on 1st line dietary advice, ensuring your diet and lifestyle are supporting your goals. 

Or you will have the option of following  the low FODMAP elimination diet. This diet has a very high success rate in identifying foods which cause IBS symptoms.

To enable symptom relief you will follow a 3 step process and requires a period of elimination, reintroduction and finally forward planning.

It is important to be aware that IBS and food intolerances can be a result of lifestyle factors and stress as well as certain foods, it is extremely important that you consult a Registered Dietitian when dealing with food elimination.

***Please note you must have had a Coeliac Test prior to the initial consultation for IBS or intolerances. This can be requested from your GP.

The low FODMAP diet plan is priced at £250, this includes the initial consultation, 2 x 45minute consultations, Kings College guidebooks, meal plan and recipes.

Initial consultations are for 60minutes, followed by a 30minute telephone/video review (within 6weeks)

Written information will be provided by email following the consultation. 

The price for consultation, advice and follow up is priced at £180

Additional follow up sessions are available. £80 per 30minute consultation.