Nichola graduated from the University of Nottingham with a Master of Nutrition and Dietetics degree. She is registered with the following professional bodies; the Health Care Professions Council and the British Dietetic Association; she is a member of the BDA food allergy and gastroenterology specialist groups.
Nichola is an experienced clinical Dietitian and worked for over ten years in the NHS before moving into private practice. She currently works as a Clinical Visiting Lecturer at Coventry University. Nichola has a wide range of clinical experience, knowledge, and skills, predominantly within gastroenterology and cancer. Nichola is interested in functional gut health, food intolerances, and women's and mental health.
Nichola provides advice and support for health conditions such as Diverticular Disease, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, and gastric & colorectal cancer. Nichola knows the importance of good nutrition, its impact on health, managing symptoms, improving quality of life, and positively impacting mental health.
Nichola trained in the use of a low FODMAP diet at Monash University. She supports the IBS Network, a charity organisation, by providing advice as a dietitian & expert board member; she has undertaken further training in developing her counselling skills and applies a holistic approach to her practice.
Nichola is passionate about enabling people to overcome critical illnesses and providing support through treatment.
More recently, Nichola has enhanced peoples' nutritional status through Covid-19 rehabilitation as part of a pilot recovery program. Additionally, she has extensive experience working with cardiovascular health, prevention and recovery.
"I wanted a career where I could positively help people and make a difference in their lives. Co-founding The Dietary Edit has enabled me to continue that journey with the added personal touch," Nichola Williams, Registered Dietitian and Co-founder.
Tig graduated from the University of Nottingham in 2011 with a Master of Nutrition and Dietetic degree; she has a master's in Advanced Dietetic Practice and is registered as a Dietitian with the Health Care Professions Council and a British Dietetic Association member.
Tig is a highly skilled, experienced and respected health professional having worked across numerous health specialties in the NHS for the last 10 years. She is able to care for both paediatric and adult patients.
Her strong and varied clinical experience, knowledge and skills enables her to connect and empower people to make positive dietary changes to improve their health, well-being and lifestyle.
She can treat patients with a wide variety of clinical conditions, including; weight management, cancer, heart disease, diabetes and gastroenterology. She is a passionate leading expert in burn and wound nutritional management. She particularly enjoys supporting survivors to optimise their health and lifestyle to live as fully as possible post-injury.
Her work has taken her to America and Canada, where she experienced private healthcare delivery. Additionally, she has worked at local, regional and national levels to inform nutrition services for people with complex wounds in public and charity settings.
Tig has consulted for the Katie Piper Foundation and written for the respected nutrition publication CN Nutrition. She works as a guest lecturer at The University of Nottingham and Coventry University, teaching evidence-based nutrition concerning health conditions.