Clinics & Consultations

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What is a Dietitian?

And why is it important?

Dietitians are qualified and regulated health professionals that assess, diagnose and treat dietary and nutritional problems at an individual and wider public-health level.

Dietitians interpret the science of nutrition to improve health and treat diseases/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 advice 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.

Dietitians may specialise in areas such as gastroenterology focusing on improving the gut health of patients with a digestive disorder such as Crohn's Disease or 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. Dietitians are experts in the nutritional management of conditions such as weight loss or diabetes and can advise you on diet to help manage symptoms. More information on other specialist areas Dietitians work in can be found on The British Dietetic Association website.

Clinics & Consultations

The Dietary Edit are able to support people with a variety of health concerns. We offer 1:2:1 consultations online and at our Nottingham based clinics, which can all be booked via our client portal.

Initial consultations are 60 minutes and comprise of;
a comprehensive nutritional assessment, medical history and tailored dietary report along with any relevant dietary literature to support the suggested plan.  

We offer a range of tailored follow-up appointments and packages depending on your preferences and needs. These can be discussed at your initial consultation.

Please see our contact page if you wish to get in touch via email or book a discovery call via our client portal and one of our team will call you.

Classes & Group Sessions
We deliver educational classes and group sessions to talk about the impact of diet and lifestyle on a health concern. We cover different monthly topics including; women's health and cardiac health. Learn more here.

Heart Health

Diet & Menopause

 Clinic Locations

We can offer in person consultations, educational and group sessions in Nottingham at one of two facilities;  
Palmer House or The Sage Therapy Centre.

Professional Services

We are experienced in professional speaking and are available for:
  • Conferences.
  • Wellness Events & Roadshows.
  • Charity Work.
We are able to provide written content for:
  • Research Publications.
  • Social Media. 
  • Articles.
  • Business Cases.
We able to provide nutritional education for:
  • Individuals.
  • Health Professionals.
  • Workplace Health Education.
  • Students & Educational Institutes.