Laura is an AfN Registered Nutritionist and Certified Intuitive Eating Counsellor specialising in Intuitive Eating, Mindful Eating, weight inclusive and non-diet nutrition. She has a BSc in Health Sciences from the University of Aberdeen, a PhD in Nutritional Sciences from Texas A&M University, and completed her Post-Doctoral research at Cornell University in behaviour change. She is the host of Don’t Salt My Game podcast and was the Nutritionist for the 2017 BBC1 documentary Mind Over Marathon. She established the London Centre for Intuitive Eating in 2017 to help clients and train clinicians in Intuitive Eating. Her first book, Just Eat It: How to get your shit together around food was published by Bluebird Books in January 2019. She is currently studying an MSc in Eating Disorders + Clinical Nutrition at UCL.
Jess is a dietitian with a passion for helping people find happy & peaceful relationships with food and their bodies and works hard to give compassionate & evidence-based (not BS) advice to clients, whatever their age or life circumstance.
As part of her degree in Nutrition & Dietetics at King’s College London, Jess worked in both acute (hospital) and community (GP surgeries, home visits etc.) clinical placements. She became super interested in how people’s relationships to food & their bodies change throughout their lives, especially if health conditions such as IBS or PCOS are thrown in the mix. As well as working with adults, Jess has also worked with kiddos and their parents in dietetic clinics and organised projects to reduce stress & anxiety around mealtimes at a local school as part of her final placement.
Camilla is a Registered Dietitian and Nutritionist with an undergraduate degree in Human Nutrition and a Masters of Dietetic Practice. She has recently relocated to London (from Melbourne, Australia) and has a background in both clinical dietetics (working in a number of large Melbourne hospitals and now for the NHS) and in private practice (primarily seeing patients with mental health concerns/eating disorders and GI issues).
Her clinical experience spans across a range of acute medical and surgical specialities, including most recently working in Oncology, with chemotherapy patients. She approaches nutrition through a non-diet lens and strongly believes in working with patients to foster sustainable behaviour change and a healthy relationship with food, using principles of gentle nutrition >> A.K.A she wants to help you sort your ‘shit out’ with food and your body!
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