Dr Nicola Guess
Dr Guess is a lecturer (assistant professor) at King’s College London with a PhD from Imperial College London. Her primary research interests are in the prevention and management of type 2 diabetes. She is a recognised world expert in the effect of nutrition on the pathophysiology of type 2 diabetes.
Sophie Medlin is a well-recognised consultant dietitian in London with expertise in gastrointestinal and colorectal health. Sophie worked in acute hospitals specialising in gastrointestinal diseases before moving into academia, where she worked as a lecturer at King’s College London.
Dr Rona Antoni
Dr Antoni is a registered dietitian and nutrition research scientist at the University of Surrey. Her primary research interests include intermittent fasting (e.g. the 5:2 diet, time-restricted feeding) and the health effects of dietary fat.
Chloe is a specialist paediatric dietitian working in a world-leading NHS children's hospital in London. In this role, she sees patients in both an inpatient and outpatient setting, providing evidence-based advice to optimise children's nutrition.
Dr Adrian Brown
Dr Brown is a NIHR Research Fellow (Specialist Dietitian/Lecturer) within the Centre of Obesity Research at University College London. His research interests centre around obesity, type II diabetes, bariatric surgery and the use of formula based diets, particularly in patients with obesity and type 2 diabetes.
What Is A Dietitian?
Many people are unclear about the difference between a dietitian, a nutritional therapist and a nutritionist.
Dietitian is a protected title and is a carefully regulated profession.
Dietitians are the only qualified health professionals that assess, diagnose and treat diet and nutrition problems.
All dietitians have studied the science of nutrition and advanced to train in clinical environments, applying nutrition to health and medicine.
Dietitians also study sociology, psychology and coaching techniques to give you the best chance at reaching your health goals.
Most importantly, dietitians are required to be fully evidence-based in their practice and won’t sell you anything but advice.
If you choose a dietitian you can be sure that the treatment you receive will be based on the latest medical science, delivered by an unbiased trained expert.