How The London Dietitian Can Help You
There are a number of ways in which my expert nutrition services can help you. You may be embarking on a new stage in your life such as pregnancy, or you may be instigating change in your life and want to adapt to a healthier diet and lifestyle. Alternatively, you may be suffering from a chronic illness and are confused by the mountain of misinformation out there. Whatever may be the case, we can work together to help facilitate small but meaningful changes to your diet.
I use an evidence-based approach to identify the best foods for your lifestyle. It is not just about telling you which foods to eat, but giving you the tools to implement effective behavioural change.
Losing or gaining weight is not as easy as waving a magic wand-which most FAD diets seems to promise! I take a holistic approach to managing your weight and it is important to examine your medical history, lifestyle and behaviours. Most of the time, you probably know what you need to do to reach your goal, but may just need a helping hand to help you find ways to implement any changes in a practical way. If you are looking to use the services of a nutritionist in London, to modify your weight, contact me, to see how I can help.
As a qualified dietitian I have worked in the NHS and in the private sector. One of my specialisations is advising people with type 2 diabetes and gestational diabetes. The advice I give will help you understand how your glycemic response to the foods you eat, affects your body. Depending on the type of diabetes you have, my advice to you would differ and it doesn’t involve cutting out all carbohydrates from your diet!
If you are suffering from liver disease you may need nutritional support to ensure you are getting enough calories and protein from your diet. Although some people may say ‘just eat more’, those suffering from liver disease will know just how hard it is to avoid muscle wastage. I can help you craft a dietary plan that will help minimize any muscle loss.
Likewise, with cancer, a good diet will strengthen your body which is vital to keep you strong-even more so if you are undergoing chemotherapy or radiotherapy. I can also help support you post-treatment to ensure that any dietary advice you are receiving is appropriate to the stage of your journey with cancer.