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Meet your dietitian

Josie is a London-based registered dietitian. Her areas of expertise include: weight loss, binge-eating, gastro (i.e. gut health) and women's health. 

 

She has a wealth of experience in some of the UK's leading hospitals and clinics, such as UCLHGuy's and St Thomas, and The Gut Health Clinic, both in clinic and research. With an undergraduate and post-graduate degree in dietetics

 

Her close collaboration with other expert dietitians, doctors, and psychologists has cultivated a diverse skill set that can help you reach your goals, holistically.

 

Josie fosters a two-way relationship that works around you - no rules, no judgement, just empathy, insights and results. Expect a comprehensive holistic assessment, and tailored care plan. Reach out and take the first step towards a food freedom.

Areas I can support you with

Gastroenterology (not exhaustive):

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) inc. low FODMAP

Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (inc. IMO)

Coeliac disease 

Gut health optimisation 

Reflux, constipation, dyspepsia, diarrhoea, bloat etc

Weight-related and disordered eating:

Body composition (muscle gain, fat loss etc)

Lipid lowering (i.e. high cholesterol), glycemic control, hypertension, fatty liver disease

Binge-eating (inc. emotional eating)

Womens health:

Polycystic ovarian syndrome

Menopause

Menstrual health

Fertility and pregnancy

Sports nutrition:

Optimising recovery​ and performance

Supplement optimisation

What is the difference between a dietitian and a nutritionist?

D I E T I T I A N S

Dietitians are the only nutrition professionals to be regulated by law, and are governed by an ethical code to ensure that they always work to the highest standard. They have to complete a dietetics university degree, and are trained in a medical setting, with mandatory hospital placements. They are the only qualified health professionals that assess, diagnose and treat dietary and nutritional problems at an individual and wider public health level. They work with both healthy and sick people. 

If you have a medical condition that you would like support with or simply want general nutrition advice, you should seek support with a dietitian.

N U T R I T I O N I S T S

Nutritionists with university degrees can help people with general nutritional advice and support, but they can't specifically treat or manage medical conditions unless they're working closely with a supervising dietitian or in some cases a doctor. Some people may call themselves "nutritionists" but they may not have a university degree. Always check for credentials.

If you have a medical condition that you would like support with, a dietitian is who you should turn to for safe and effective advice. A nutritionist can support you with general nutrition advice.

HCPC registered dietitian with experience
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