ACHIEVE YOUR GOALS

Supporting Your Success

Food should taste good, but it should also nurture your body.  With extensive experience, Lucy has been providing clients with a comprehensive nutrition and dietetic service to clients to reach dietary goals.

Healthy Diet

IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME (IBS) AND FUNCTIONAL GASTROINTESTINAL DISORDERS

Extensive experience in advising and managing people with IBS and other medically unexplained gut symptoms, using the low FODMAP diet (a diet low in fermentable carbohydrates) for symptom improvement or in identifying other food intolerances.  The low FODMAP diet is a specialist diet that should be followed under dietetic supervision.

INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE (CROHN’S DISEASE AND ULCERATIVE COLITIS)

Specialist knowledge in elemental, polymeric and LOFFLEX dietary treatments, working closely with Gastroenterologists to help people with Crohn’s disease to achieve remission. Expert reviewer on dietary management of IBD for PEN-Nutrition Group and specialist NHS dietitian in IBD.

Healthy assortment of yellow foods
Varieties of Grain

COELIAC DISEASE AND NON-COELIAC GLUTEN SENSITIVITY

Extensive knowledge of the gluten-free diet, having worked in the NHS coeliac disease clinic for 10 years.  Publications on coeliac disease and bone health and long-term follow-up.

DIVERTICULAR DISEASE

Able to assess diet and provide advice to prevent constipation and identify potential food intolerances.

Bowl of Grains
Refrigerated Goods

FOOD INTOLERANCE

Able to assess, diagnose and treat food intolerance through food elimination and help advise those with established food intolerance (e.g. lactose, fructose, histamines).

WEIGHT MANAGEMENT AND OTHER SERVICES

Obesity and healthy eating; experience in helping people with weight management to ensure that their diets are optimal for health and are nutritionally balanced.


Dietary assessment and intervention; other GI diseases/disorders (e.g. pancreatic enzyme replacement therapy), low calcium or iron intake, general nutrition support (helping people to gain weight healthily).

On the Scales