Practice Areas

Good nutrition and an appropriate diet are essential, not only while you undergo treatment, but also for your general wellbeing. Eating well and maintaining your weight during treatment can help you in many different ways.

I provide individual, specialist clinical support for patients recovering from cancer treatment and people with gastrointestinal problems. I also have experience in the following practice areas.

Cancer Nutrition

The primary nutrition goal during treatment is to make sure your diet supports you enough to make sure you’re in good shape for your next treatment.

Weight Management

Staying in shape is something that is important for health and wellbeing. But this does not mean that the scale number should rule your life.


Gastroenterology is a specialist interest of mine, and when your gut is not working properly.

Diarrhoea and Constipation

Heart disease and cardiac health : I’ll show you how to eat to support your medication to lower cholesterol, 

Endocrinology (insulin resistance, type 2 diabetes & PCOS)

Blood glucose control is at the center of this illness. Learning how different foods

Women’s health (eating disorders)

Eating disorders can have serious consequences, not just on your wellbeing but also upon the people around you.

Sport and Performance Nutrition

Many people overlook the effect a poor or inadequate diet can have on sports  performence.

School Food Catering

Accredited Practising Dietitians (APDs) are university-qualified professionals that undertake ongoing training