Accredited Practising Dietitian delivering personalised, evidence-based dietary advice and programmes in Brussels
Expert Dietitian Brussels provides access to private, high-quality, evidence-based nutrition and health expertise via one to one consultations with Sophie, a UK and Belgian Registered Dietitian.
The Concept - the approach is to offer clear, understandable, realistic and holistic advice to help tackle your nutritional issues and achieve your goals. Sophie will work with you to put together an individualised action plan tailored to your individual needs. This takes into consideration your medical background, condition, nutritional requirements, activity and lifestyle.
Clinical areas - dietary advice is provided for a wide range of health conditions and nutrition-related issues, including but not limited to: weight management, healthy eating, lipid-lowering, cholesterol, heart disease, osteoporosis, IBS and Low-FODMAP diet, weight gain, diabetes + pre-diabetes, medical conditions, sports nutrition, coealiac disease, conception, maternal nutrition, anaemia, amongst many other health-related areas. Please see the Services Section for more information
Why choose an Accredited Practising Dietitian? With so much confusing nutrition information around it is hard to know what to believe or who to trust!
Dietitian Dietitians are the only qualified health professionals that assess, diagnose and treat dietary and nutritional problems at an individual and wider public health level. They are also regulated by law and are bound by the code of practice set out by the Health and Care Professions Council. The title “Dietitian” can only be used by those possessing a degree or postgraduate certificate in Dietetics.
Nutritionist The title “Nutritionist” is, on the contrary, not protected. Therefore, anyone can call themselves a nutritionist regardless of whether they have an accredited qualification or not. In the UK Nutritionists are normally only qualified to provide information about food and general healthy eating, but are not in a position to provide advice on specific diets for treating conditions.