KARINE PATELRegistered Dietitian, MSc.
I am Karine Patel, founder of Nutrition Synergy, member of the Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC) and the British Dietetic Association (BDA).
I hold a Bachelor of Science in Dietetics from McGill University in Montreal, Canada, and a Master of Science in Nutrition at University of Montreal. My thesis subject for my Master’s program was about strategies and challenges associated with long-term weight loss maintenance.
I am passionate about my work, and I am devoted to make you fall in love with healthy living. My goal is to achieve success with each and every one of you and to motivate you towards adopting healthier eating habits. Whether you are a ‘picky’ eater or a big eater, I will make you discover the joys of healthy eating.
In my free time, I enjoy travelling, cooking, reading about nutrition and exercising. I completed the completed the Montreal half-marathon in 2013.
1. Weight loss/ management
3. Irritable bowel syndrom (IBS)
ANRI HORNERegistered Dietitian
My approach to health is holistic. Rather than focusing on illness or specific parts of the body, I consider the whole person and take into account that no two people are the same, and thus no two people can be treated the same. A holistic nutrition approach takes a person’s whole life into account to create a nutritional plan designed for that specific person to ensure health and well-being.
While ensuring that my clients are healthy and well nourished is my primary goal, I believe that feeling satisfied with how one looks contributes just as much to health and happiness. With my dietary advice I can help my clients to reach their goals, whether it be weight loss, eating healthily to prevent disease or eating right for a specific disorder.
No healthy lifestyle is complete, however, without exercise, which I firmly believe is the key to maintaining the healthier, happier, new you. Resistance training sculpts the body, amplifies the metabolism and prevents fat storage, while cardiovascular exercise keeps the heart healthy and lowers body fat percentage.
So what can you expect from a nutrition consultation with me? You and I will be using a holistic approach to your health, therefore, depending on your needs, we will discuss stress management, exercise, organisational tips, and strategies to overcome any difficulties, such as cravings and emotional eating.
1. Weight loss/ management
3. Hypercholesterolemia/ Hypertension
LUCY KERRISONRegistered Dietitian
Hello I’m Lucy! Foodie, sun worshipper and wannabe cyclist! I gained my first-class honors degree in Nutrition and Dietetics at Surrey university, before moving to Oxford to call my home.
I have always maintained a strong interest and passion towards food & its role in maintaining optimal physical and mental health. The effect nutrition has on the gut fascinates me and the power dietary manipulation has in eradicating these embarrassing and often debilitating digestive disturbances such as changes in stools, pain and reflux, is vast. I have significant experience and knowledge regarding diet in relation to a variety of gut conditions such as IBS, IBD and Coeliac disease. I use a combination of dietary and lifestyle factors to abolish these symptoms for good.
After completing my first marathon in May 2018, I have developed a love for sports nutrition, fully embracing the effect it can have in maximizing performance and minimizing risk of injury.
I also enjoy helping people find a size at which they are happy, healthy and comfortable. Whether you would like to lose or gain weight, I believe in a fun and flexible approach.
So, if you would like advice in relation to gut health, weight management, sports nutrition or a combination, I would love to help. My approach involves nourishing the body with real, whole foods to provide consistent satisfaction, energy & strength to live life to the fullest.
1. Gastrointestinal (IBS/IBD/Coeliac)
2. Weight management (loss/gain/muscle building)
3. Sports nutrition
ELOISE CROWLEYRegistered Dietitian, MSc.
Hello everyone, I am a Registered Dietitian, Triathlete and passionate foodie. I have been lucky enough to work in every aspect of food and diet and look forward to being able to help you.
I was fortunate to have been awarded a two-year Sports Scholarship coupled with a Talented athlete scheme and Sports Award which enabled me to train at the highest level in Triathlon and study for an MSc specialising in Sport and Exercise Nutrition at Loughborough University. This not only provided me with the opportunity to train with the best athletes in Britain but also to apply the theory studied and help/advise other athletes. Once I graduated from Loughborough University I completed my Postgraduate in Dietetics at Cardiff Metropolitan University and worked within the NHS for four years in a variety of nutritional settings such as Weight-management; diabetes; gastrointestinal; and nutrition support to name a few before working as a Freelance Dietitian. Having the opportunity to work with Cardiff City FC acting as their performance Dietitian ensuring the players dietary needs were individualised, optimising training adaptation and recovery showed me how critical this was. Working with funded athletes from the University West of England has given me a great insight into the most current methods in sport and their requirements.
I thrive on making a positive difference through educating and communicating my own knowledge and professional experiences, to inspire others and to share with the population the benefits of a healthy balanced lifestyle and educate the importance of food and activity in our everyday lives. I truly believe that living healthy shouldn’t be complicated, unattainable undertaking. It should be something that you enjoy doing every day. And that’s my job, to help make this process easy, and help you get where you want to be with your lifestyle goals.
1. Weight loss/ management
2. Sports Nutrition
3. Heart and cardiovascular diseases
FAYTH FULLARTONRegistered Dietitian
Hi everyone I’m Fayth Fullarton. I completed my Dietetics degree at the University of Surrey and have gained almost 10 years clinical experience in the NHS in leading London hospitals including Great Ormond Street and currently St. George’s University Hospital. I am a member of the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and the British Dietetic Association (BDA).
My specialist area of dietetics is in child health and paediatrics. I enjoy helping families solve nutrition related problems using my expertise, scientific knowledge and ongoing support. I believe Nutrition is fundamental to children’s growth and development from birth to adolescence. I will offer expert advice on the management of simple or complex nutritional issues ensuring my practice is up to date and evidence based. Whatever your child’s needs, whether it’s fussy eating, food allergies or intolerances or simply building a better relationship with food, I will provide a thorough assessment and offer tailored advice to suit you.
In my spare time, I enjoy cooking, baking, gym and shopping!
2. Ketogenic diet
3. Nutrition support
JAS KUDHAILRegistered Dietitian
I am a registered dietitian who is passionate about helping people to build a more positive relationship with food and their body, and reconnect and learn to trust their own intuition around food. We are all born with these skills, but our life experiences and the media, which is flooded with conflicting advice, can mean we lose touch with this. When faced with an illness or a specific health concern, or simply looking to improve overall well-being and self-acceptance, sorting through complex information and advice about diet can require specialist help and support which I aim to provide in a non-judgemental supportive environment.
I have been working in the nutrition field since 2011 in a variety of roles. In these roles, I gained expertise in helping individuals of all ages (children, adolescents and adults) with complex clinical conditions such as eating disorders, IBS, diabetes; and also those who want to achieve a healthy weight.
My unique combination of dietetics and motivational interviewing will empower you to develop a more balanced approach to eating and therefore enabling you to achieve a healthy relationship with food and your body.
1. Weight management
3. Gastrointestinal (IBS/Coeliac)
TAI IBITOYERegistered Dietitian, MSc., blogger
Tai is Nutrition Synergy’s blogger!