SheerLuxe’s Little Black Book Of Nutritionists | sheerluxe.com
If you think seeing a nutritionist is something you could benefit from, we’ve got the inside track. From experts who focus on holistic approaches to those specialising in gut health and weight loss, consider this your gateway to London’s finest nutritionists…
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1. Eve Kalinik 

Rumoured to be a go-to for Gwyneth Paltrow, Eve became a nutritional expert after suffering with her own health problems. A one-hour session with her involves discussing your digestive behaviour and symptoms (if you have any), saliva tests and hormone screening. You can also expect one-on-one cooking lessons to help retrain your cravings and nutritional needs. Check out her Instagram – it’s full of inspirational and beautiful dishes you’ll immediately want to replicate.

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2. Lily Soutter

After seeing how powerful food can be to both hair and body health, Lily became a nutritional therapist. She has built a loyal clientele, offering her services in and out of the workplace. Offering advice for sleep, exercise and good nutrition, Lily aims to improve energy, digestion, immune function and hormonal balances to get your system back in check, all while being incredibly friendly and helpful.

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3. Martin MacDonald

Sought after by Olympians and Paralympians, Martin specialises in nutrition, weight loss and how to achieve your goals. As well as working with sportspeople to identify and make dietary changes, he can help with weight-loss plans and addressing clinical issues linked to nutrition. If you can’t get an appointment with Martin himself, seek out one of his team. They’re all knowledgeable pros who are frequently asked to speak publicly and bust common nutritional myths.

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4. Amelia Freer

Combining scientific and holistic approaches to nutritional therapy, Amelia Freer is vehemently against fad diets and doesn’t believe in any marketing hype. She’s built an impressive clientele (including A-listers) and can enhance your current diet and lifestyle to improve digestive function and address major health goals. Expect some tests before you get started (including stool analysis) and a comprehensive check for any nutritional deficiencies – to ensure you get the right bespoke modifications to your plan. As for prices, a consultation and long-term plan with Amelia is an investment, but life-changing for anyone wanting a complete overhaul without any harsh diets.

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5. Rob Hobson

Registered nutritionist and author of The Detox Kitchen Bible, Rob cuts through the complexity around ‘healthy eating’ to create balanced, manageable diets. Tending to steer clear of trends, he focuses on accessible nutrition, using consultations to design personalised food and cooking diaries for long-term results. Check out his blog, which delves into health and wellness concerns, as well as offering healthy-alternative recipes to try yourself.

Visit RobHobson.co.uk

6. Zoë Stirling

Zoë knows food inside out and is well versed in fitness, making her a go-to for anyone wanting to combine wellness with weight loss. Her targeted and tailored programmes include nutritional and lifestyle advice, alongside a full supplement plan to ensure you’re getting the best results. Her healthy, delicious meals make the whole experience more fun and motivating.

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7. Yasmin Alexander

A nutritionist for Boundless, Yasmin aims to educate and empower you towards optimum health. After a consultation, you can expect a unique, individual plan that works around you, your lifestyle and goals. Meal options are varied and tasty, so her programme never feels boring or like too much hard work. Whether you opt for nutritional therapy (to help boost energy levels and immune system function), a private stint of consultations or fancy attending one of her many workshops, Yasmin has your needs covered.

Visit NutritionByYasmin.com

To find practitioners in your local area, try The British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy. If you’re on a tighter budget, try the Institute for Optimum Nutrition in Richmond.

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