Dietitians Providing Evidence-Based Nutrition

In Nottingham & Online

Our Services

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Nichola williams leading gastro dietitian

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Dietitian Near Me?

We Are Available Online

Meet The Dietary Edit Dietitians

Dietitians in Nottingham and available online. We are registered Dietitians with the Health Care Professions Council HCPC and members of the British Dietetic Association BDA. The Dietary Edit provides bespoke evidence-based, nutrition advice from a registered dietitian out of two clinics in Nottingham. Our private practice facilities are within easy reach of Nottingham city centre, easily accessible via public transport and free onsite or on-street parking is available. As nutrition professionals we understand simple, clear nutrition advice is not always easy to access, you may wish to consider our online services. Online consultations give you the flexibility to access a dietitian remotely from any location.

Nichola Williams MNutr RD

Nichola is an experienced registered Dietitian, having worked in the NHS since 2012 before moving to freelance work. As a health professional she has a wide range of clinical experience, knowledge and skills predominantly within gastroenterology. Her extensive experience in gastrointestinal conditions includes irritable bowel syndrome, inflammatory bowel disease and coeliac disease. Nichola now works as a freelance Dietitian in Nottingham and is the co-founder of her private practice The Dietary Edit, she is also registered with the British Dietetic Association (BDA).

Emily (Tig) Bridge MNutr MSc RD

Tig is an experienced HCPC registered Dietitian, having worked in the NHS since 2011 and undertaking freelance work since 2018. Her extensive healthcare experience enables her to confidently and expertly support clients with a wide variety of clinical conditions including; weight management, cancer, heart disease, diabetes and gastroenterology. She works with clients of all ages, both online and in person. Tig is also considered a leading expert in burn and complex wound nutritional management for which she has worked internationally and teaches other professionals on the subject. 


Our Approach

It starts with you! We provide a holistic approach to providing nutritional interventions taking into account lifestyle, your medical condition and nutritional goals as part of your consultation. We are nutrition professionals trained in counselling, motivational interviewing and behaviour change techniques and provide a supportive and collaborative approach to dietary treatment such as healthy eating or weight loss. We ensure any dietary goals are simple, achievable, and realistic for each individual. 

You can be re-assured all of our nutrition advice is evidence-based. As a registered health professional we are required to be up to date with the latest nutritional science as part of continuing professional development. As dietitians we will only work within our professional scope of practice ensuring our practice is safe and we have the skills and knowledge to undertake an assessment as set out in the British Dietetic Association code of conduct. Please contact us for more information on accessing our private practice or online services.

What Is A Dietitian?

And Why Is It Important?

Do you know the difference between a Nutritionist and a Dietitian? 

Dietitians are qualified and regulated healthcare professionals that assess, diagnose and treat dietary and nutritional problems at an individual and wider public health level. A Dietitian interprets nutritional science to improve health and treat diseases and medical conditions by educating and giving practical, personalised advice to clients, patients, carers and colleagues. They use recognised methodologies to critically appraise the evidence base which includes all forms of evidence and research to inform their dietetic practice during consultations.

Dietitians often work in hospitals and gain many years of experience providing nutritional support for malnourished, elderly or frail patients before specialising in a particular field. They may specialise in areas such as gastroenterology focusing on improving the gut health of patients with a digestive disorder such as Crohn's Disease, food intolerance, Coeliac Disease. These conditions can stop your body absorbing food and nutrients properly and dietitians play a vital role in ensuring you remain nourished.

A Dietitian will help you understand the right food for you, taking your condition and preferences into account. They are experts in the nutritional management of medical conditions such as food allergy, weight loss, bariatrics or type 2 diabetes and can advise you on diet to help manage symptoms. More information on dietetics other specialist areas Dietitians work in can be found on The British Dietetic Association website.