City Dietitians

69 Farringdon Road
London, EC1M 3PL
020 7632 7582
enquiry@citydietitians.co.uk

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Nutrition Expert Spokesperson in London

Our dietitians are regularly featured in the media, providing expertise and advice around diet and nutrition. Whether you need a quote, interview or writer for your story, we can help.

 

Please contact us below to request media support from one of our dietitians.


We specialise in the following areas:

  • Paediatric nutrition (allergies, fussy eating, faltering growth, weight management)

  • Digestive issues (IBS, diverticular disease, colorectal problems, food aversions)

  • Diabetes, cholesterol and heart health

  • Women's health and fertility (PCOS)

  • Weight management and obesity

Featured In:

Press Coverage: City Dietitians in the News

The Daily Mail

5 Oct 2018

Sleep has become widely recognised as playing a really important role in our overall health and wellness – alongside diet, stress management and exercise. 

Recently, researchers have been learning more about how poor sleep influences our dietary choices, as well as how diet influences sleep quality...

Stomach aches are common among children, but it can be difficult to work out what is causing them.

Some 95 per cent of parents say their child has suffered stomach ache at some point, and a quarter of them visit the GP three or more times per year for help.

The Conversation

18 April 2018

If you have high blood glucose, but not high enough to be diagnosed with diabetes (so-called prediabetes) you may have been advised by your doctor to lose weight and to eat less fat and more fibre. If this sounds a bit one-size-fits-all, you may be encouraged by the fact that other diets may work just as well, if not better, at warding off full-blown type 2 diabetes.

The Conversation

14 Dec 2016

A lot of people will have already made up their mind about whether humans need dairy in their diet and will be thinking that the answer is obviously “yes” or obviously “no”.

 

But nutrition is based on science not opinion – so, here’s the latest research on the matter.

The Conversation

8 Sep 2016

“Clean eating” is associated with the healthy lifestyle and body beautiful that is promoted by many online bloggers. While the term is heavily used in social media, there has never been any agreement on what it really means or any comprehensive studies examining the potential benefits of a clean eating lifestyle as a whole.

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