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Whether you’re looking for help with food choices or nutrition or want to treat a particular condition with your diet, you can find the best Nutritionists & Dietitians on Bark.


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What is the difference between a Nutritionist & Dietitian?

Dietitians are the only health professionals regulated and protected by law. Registered Nutritionists can provide evidence-based advice and information about food and healthy eating. Nutritional therapists provide alternative treatment, based on the idea that the body needs 'healing' and 'correcting'.

What should I consider before deciding on my specialist?

  • Credentials - Find a specialist that has the credentials to support your personal needs.
  • Experience - Ask how long your Dietitian or Nutritionist has been practising and look up their background.
  • Gimmicks - Check your specialist is not supporting an unsuitable diet brand or supplement.
  • Right fit - Make sure they are upfront in the areas they specialise in and are able to make referrals if your needs are outside their comfort zone.

What credentials should I check before hiring a Dietitian or Nutritionist?

The minimum requirement for a Dietitian is a degree in Dietetics or a related science degree with a postgraduate diploma or higher degree in Dietetics. Nutritionists should have attended a course which is accredited by the Association for Nutrition (AfN).

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Tom Grifford is a qualified nutritionist who specialises in taking a medical, practical approach to food and diet. Experienced in creating diet plans for IBS and digestion issues.

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What’s the difference between a dietitian and a nutritionist?

Registered dietitians are qualified to assess, diagnose and treat dietary problems or nutritional needs. They also tend to help clients with special dietary requirements or medical conditions. To be a dietitian, you’ve got to be registered with the Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC). Many dietitians work within the NHS as opposed to privately, although you can still find private dietitians to help advise you on your eating habits. Whereas nutritionists are more likely to be the ones advising on weight loss or sport nutrition. Nutritionists can be registered with the UK Voluntary Register of Nutritionists (UKVRN), but they don't have to be.

What qualifications do you need to be a nutritionist?

To become qualified as a nutritionist, I had to complete a course run by the UKVRN. After completing the course, I became qualified as a registered nutritionist. This means that all my clients can check my qualifications and experience online. Clients can therefore be confident in my abilities, as they know that I'm qualified under a trustworthy organisation.

What’s the most common reason why clients come to you?

Weight loss is the most common reason that new clients come to me. They often find it difficult to know how to get the right nutrients into their diets without feeling hungry or unsatisfied. But over the last few years, I’ve had more and more people coming to me with IBS-related issues. I think that's because more people are recognising the symptoms of IBS and are getting diagnosed. They then come to nutritionists or dietitians for guidance on how to alter their eating habits to help relieve their symptoms.

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What service do you need?


Who is the service for?

My child

What do you need help with?

My child needs help losing weight

Do you have any medical conditions or dietary requirements that affect your diet?


What kind of diet are you looking for?

A diet low in carbs with no fast food or processed food

Do you need any sport-related meals factored into your diet plan, e.g. post-workout snacks?

Healthy snacks for after sport

What service do you need?


Who is the service for?


What do you need help with?

I need help creating a diet that is appropriate for my IBS

Do you have any medical conditions or dietary requirements that affect your diet?

I suffer from IBS

What kind of diet are you looking for?

Low FODMAP diet

Do you need any sport-related meals factored into your diet plan, e.g. post-workout snacks?


What service do you need?

I’m not sure

Who is the service for?


What do you need help with?

I want to reduce my body fat percentage

Do you have any medical conditions or dietary requirements that affect your diet?

I’m vegetarian

What kind of diet are you looking for?

High protein, plant-based

Do you need any sport-related meals factored into your diet plan, e.g. post-workout snacks?

Mid-run, and post-run snacks to keep my body fueled

The average price of a Nutritionist or Dietitian is £65 per session

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