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Georgette is passionate about food, health, beauty and the anti-ageing effects of a balanced diet with a focus on optimum nutrition. When she is not working she enjoys spending time with her children, friends and family; cooking, entertaining and travelling and to keep active plays netball, goes hiking and practices Pilates.

To make sure that any health & care professional that you are seeing is regulated by the Health Care and Professions Council check the HCPC register here. For further information on what it means to be a Dietitian have a look at the British Dietetic Association (BDA) websiteand see their campaign 'Trust a Dietitian'.

  • Dietitians can advise on an extensive range of food related problems in both healthy people and those in ill health or disease.

  • ‘Dietitian’ is a protected job title. Only those registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) in the UK with a degree in nutrition and dietetics are appropriately qualified and can call themselves a Dietitian.

  • Nutritionist is not a licensed title. Anyone can call themselves a nutritionist without any formal qualifications, so check their background first and that they studied an AFN accredited course.

  • Dietitians are the only nutritional professionals currently regulated by law and governed by an
    ethical code in the UK.

nutrition & Health advice you can trust! 

Founder: Registered Dietitian and nutritionist regulated by the (HCPC) with a B.Sc.(Hons.) in Nutrition & Dietetics and a full member of the (BDA) and associated specialist sub groups with experience of working in both the NHS (in acute and community care settings) and for a private medical company. For full biography see LinkedInprofile


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