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Choosing your nutritionist or dietitian with Bark

London has a great selection of nutritionists and dietitians to suit you. Everyone’s eating habits and requirements are different. If you’re looking for a professional to advise on food for a specific medical condition, a qualified dietitian is the right choice for you. On the other hand, if you’re searching for someone to help with a diet plan for weight loss, a nutritionist will also be able to help. At Bark, our seller profiles help you understand their qualifications and areas of focus – allowing you to make an informed decision when hiring a nutritionist or dietitian.

Extended nutrition & dietitian services

Some nutritionists also work in the fitness industry and will be able to provide exercise advice. This can be really helpful in supplementing your meal plan for the best results. Dietitians tend to work closely with doctors and may refer you back to a GP if they spot any medical issues that should be addressed.

What to expect

Many nutritionists and dietitians will ask you to fill out a questionnaire based on your current dietary habits, as well as keeping a food diary before your initial consultation. This helps them to build up an accurate picture of your current intake and how it can be adjusted to meet your goals. At your first consultation, they’re likely to discuss your current eating habits, routines and lifestyle so that a bespoke plan can be created for you.

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One Health Nutrition are experts in providing bespoke diet plans for people with health concerns and specialist dietary requirements.

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What inspired you to become a dietitian?

I’ve always been interested in the impact food has on our bodies. It fascinates me how a type of food can be so good for one person and so harmful to another, despite the fact that we all need the same basic ingredients to keep our systems running well. I studied Dietetics (BSc) at university and achieved a first in my degree. I also gained some on-the-job experience working for another dietitian. She has recently retired from the industry, so it was the perfect time for me to take the plunge and go it alone.

What other services can you offer your clients?

Diet and nutrition is such a broad subject, so it makes sense to keep my business simple. While I am qualified to help anyone who wants to lose weight or shape up, my specialism is with dietary disorders, including those who are sensitive or allergic to gluten and dairy. I focus on creating positive change for dietary disorders, which allows me to see some incredible results for my clients. It’s great to see how someone’s nutrition can have such an impact on their overall health, both physical and mental!

What experience do you have?

I’m fully qualified and registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). In a professional sense, I worked for another well-established dietitian for two years before starting my own practice. I’ve now been running my business for the past three years whilst completing multiple CPD (Continuous Professional Development) courses.

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Your specialist will be able to advise you on the full range of services available and will be able to help you select the best treatment for your needs. They will also be able to answer any questions you may have. Use Bark to get free quotes and find a specialist today.

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'.

  • 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.

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).

Before you choose either a Nutritionist or a Dietitian, you could read testimonials and read reviews on their website. You could also look at their profile page on Bark and read reviews from past customers too.

Absolutely! Whether it's receiving advice on how to tackle food allergies or a bespoke diet plan to help you live healthier, your expert will be able to support you via video call or the telephone. In fact, online nutritionists and dietitians have become increasingly popular, not least because they save you the time (and costs!) of travelling.

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