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Mary
I have worked as a Registered Dietitian for many years, combining NHS work with a busy private practice. As well as having a wide range of experience in most areas of dietetic care, I hold a specialist post working with Eating Disorders.

Help and advice about...

  • weight reduction and troubleshooting the dieting dilemma.
  • weight loss surgery (bariatric)
  • irritable bowel syndrome (registered as trained in FODMAP approach)
  • eating disorders
  • weight restoration (nutritional support)
  • inflammatory bowel disease
  • diabetes
  • osteoporosis
  • cardiovasular disease
  • coeliac disease
  • teenage health
  • womens health
  • mens health


WHAT IS A DIETITIAN?
A registered dietitian (RD) communicates the science of nutrition in a practical way to promote nutritional well-being, treat disease and prevent nutrition-related problems.

PERSONAL ETHOS
My aim is always to provide appropriate and accurate advice and information, both verbal and written, in an easy-to-understand, interesting and informative manner. Where possible and if appropriate, I like to add a little humour!

I have been actively involved in and thoroughly enjoy my work as a nutrition educator to a variety of audiences through -

  • one to one consultations
  • public and professional talks
  • nutrition workshops
  • article writing
  • recipe analysis
  • nutrition advice to schools and industry



PROFESSIONAL SUPPORT:
I provide a Dietetic Consultancy to Nuffield Health, Ipswich and am Nutrition Advisor to the Suffolk Osteoporosis Society. I also facilitate the East Suffolk Eating Disorders Recovery Group, a professionally led support group for sufferers and/or families and friends of those who are living with an eating disorder. The group is affiliated to B-eat, formerly known as Eating Disorders Association (www.b-eat.co.uk) and meets twice a month in Ipswich. I am also involved as a nutrition and dietetic advisor to
the website Platform505 (www.platform505.com)