Healthy food relationships start at home
From infancy to adulthood, healthy habits start with food freedom. Which means enjoying food, free of restriction and guilt, to enable stress-free mealtimes and headspace for what really matters.
Welcome! I’m Amy, a Registered Dietitian working across adult & paediatric nutrition. I am passionate about working with children and their families to nuture lifelong healthy habits through non-diet approaches. This means focussing on attitudes & behaviours towards food rather than practicing restriction to overcome common concerns, such as picky eating, and enabling sustainable change and enjoyable mealtimes!
I also have extensive experience working in marketing and product development. I have supported health conscious and responsible brands to develop and implement nutrition strategies that resonate with consumers.
Please do get in touch about working together.
What I Do
Working with children, adults and families within the NHS, Amy also offers private 1-2-1 consultations that draw on her clinical experience and behaviour change expertise to achieve your nutritional goals.
With a wealth of experience in product development, marketing & communications for start-ups and large corporations, Amy can help with everything from strategy to implementation.
Passionate about translating evidence-based nutrition in to engaging and digestible messaging, Amy offers services in written (eg. short or long-form articles & media quotes) or spoken (workshops, panels & talks) formats.
Why work with Amy?
Amy advocates evidence-based, fad-free nutrition information and non-diet, sustainable approaches to health. Believing everyone, from infancy to adulthood, deserves to enjoy mealtimes, Amy is passionate about providing individuals and families with the guidance and support to achieving healthy relationships with food.
- Registered with the Health & Care Professionals Council, Dietitians are required by law to apply evidence-based practice
- Clinical experience within NHS across clinical areas and adult & paediatric populations
- Intuitve Eating expertise
- Experienced in product development, marketing & communications for food brands
- Advocate of evidence-based, weight-inclusive and non-diet approaches to achieving health
Find out more about me
What Clients say…
We are delighted to have had Amy on our team since 2017 when Mia & Ben was in its early stages. She has played an integral role in supporting our mission to make kids’ food super by leading our product development strategy from concept creation to delivery, applying children’s nutrition expertise along every step of the way. Her extensive knowledge in dietetics and nutrition helped us define content for our Marketing and Communication channels which she independently planned, wrote as well as recorded.
Through her guidance, we were able to establish ourselves as a credible brand in the baby and kids space that parents trust. We couldn’t recommend her more. Karina Gentgen & Daniel Aunder, founders of Mia & Ben
Providing knowledge of children’s nutrition, evidence-based ingredient analysis and marketing, Amy supported us to develop a product grounded in research that met the brief set out and our customer needs Andrew Burt & Alistair Mayne, founders of Sunchild
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