The SL List: The UK’s Leading Nutritionists

There are professionals and then there are The SL List professionals. If you are looking for the best, these are the people at the very top of their game. This month, we've rounded up the nutritionists who will go the extra mile for you. Choose one of our top ten practitioners and – whatever your goal – you can expect a personalised service and life-enhancing results…

1. Angelique Panagos

Angelique Panagos is no stranger to health struggles. After experiencing her own issues with polcystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), hyperthyroidism, miscarriage and more, Angelique is determined to help women get to the bottom of hormonal imbalance. A nutritional therapist with a particular interest in hormone health as well as stress management, digestive wellness and weight management, she offers a variety of science-backed services: her PCOS programme will help you manage symptoms of one of the most common female endocrine disorders, while the Beat The Bloat programme is a 12-week method designed to solve gut issues. 

THE DETAILS: Prices for a one-to-one session with Angelique start from £360. 
 
Visit AngeliquePanagos.com

2. Emma Bardwell

A registered nutritional therapist with a particular interest in women’s health and the menopause, Emma is your go-to for all things hormone health. Co-author of a bestselling book, The Perimenopause Solution, Emma is the definition of a hormone guru, and is on a mission to help women cut through the noise and feel better. Advocating a fad-free, sensible approach to nutrition, she takes a 360º perspective that considers nutrition alongside good lifestyle habits such as sleep, exercise and stress management. 

THE DETAILS: Emma’s Midlife MOT Package is a good place to start – this includes a 60-minute consultation and a 30-minute follow-up session carried out via Zoom. Prices start from £250.
 
Visit EmmaBardwell.com

3. Eve Kalinik

After 13 years in fashion PR, Eve Kalinik left the world of designer brands to pursue her passion for nutrition. Fast-forward several years and she’s one of London’s go-to names for all things gut health. In clinic, Eve uses high-tech tests (think stool analysis and saliva and blood checks) to analyse your gut microbiome and formulate a personalised approach. As a self-confessed foodie (and the author of two bestselling books), Eve is also passionate about fostering a positive relationship with food, so be prepared to leave armed with plenty of menu and recipe suggestions. 

THE DETAILS: Prices on request.
 
Visit EveKalinik.com

4. Henrietta Norton

The co-founder of respected supplement brand Wild Nutrition, Henrietta Norton has a team of nutritionists on hand for expert guidance – whether you’re looking for support through key life stages such as fertility, pregnancy or menopause, or simply need advice on general wellness. Book in for a 45-minute video call for bespoke advice on your health goals, including a deep dive into your nutritional needs and simple changes you can make. Her team will also provide advice on supplements – ideal if you’re overwhelmed by the supplements world or are looking to streamline your routine.

THE DETAILS: A 45-minute video call will set you back £45 – appointments are bookable throughout the week.
 
Visit WildNutrition.com

5. Le’Nise Brothers

A registered naturopathic nutritional therapist specialising in women’s health, anxiety, depression and weight loss, Le’Nise works with women who want to regain control of sugar cravings and mood swings, and escape the hormonal rollercoaster. Believing in a long-term approach to health for lasting change, Le’Nise will work with you for a minimum of 12 weeks. Your journey will start with an in-depth health and lifestyle assessment followed by a personalised nutrition and supplement plan, constant email support, personalised menu planning and recipes as well as weekly follow-up consultations over Zoom. Le’Nise also offers more specific period, hormone and menopause programmes.

THE DETAILS: A personalised health programme starts from £699, depending on length. 

Visit EatLoveMove.com

6. Lucy Miller

A firm SL fave, Lucy’s journey as a nutritionist started after the diagnosis of cancer as well as epilepsy in her immediate family led her to explore other health paths alongside conventional medicine. A member of the British Association of Nutritional Therapists, the Association of Naturopathic Practitioners and the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council, Lucy believes in a fad-free approach to health. Whether through clinical lab testing or simple adjustments to nutrition, supplementation or lifestyle, she’ll get you back on the path to peak health. Lucy will be running a perimenopause programme in early 2022, focusing on sex hormones, gut health, adrenals, thyroid health and blood sugar. 

THE DETAILS: An initial consultation with Lucy costs £180 – register your interest for the perimenopause programme via her website. 

Visit LucyMillerNutrition.com

7. Megan Rossi

If you’re struggling with IBS or gut issues, keep Megan Rossi and her team at The Gut Health Clinic on your radar. They are at the forefront of gut health research at King’s College London and have a wealth of experience helping people get their tract back on track. Megan herself has a PhD in gut health and has received the Dean’s Award for outstanding research, but if you can’t get an appointment with Megan herself (she currently has a four-month waiting list), book in with one of her hand-picked experts who specialise in everything from general gut health to more complex conditions. 

THE DETAILS: An initial consultation with a dietitian is £175; a follow-up is £115.

Visit TheGutHealthDoctor.com

8. Petronella Ravenshear

If you’re on a mission to lose a few pounds and increase energy levels, Petronella is the name to know. On speed dial for A-listers and fashion editors alike, she’ll help you get a trimmer waistline, better digestion and glowing skin. Her signature method, The Human Being Diet, starts with a strict 16 days – no grains, no oil, no sugar and no cardio – but the results are worth it. Petronella will work with you on a bespoke basis to ensure the method fits into your lifestyle for life, ultimately bringing your hormones under control for a brighter spring in your step.  

THE DETAILS: An initial consultation costs £250. Petronella will then recommend a course of treatment.

Visit ChelseaNutrition.com

9. Pippa Campbell

Through a combination of specialist tools, including her signature Metabolic Programme and Functional Medicine and DNA testing, Pippa Campbell will help you figure out precisely what’s preventing you from feeling your best. The DNA tests will ascertain exactly how your body responds to and metabolises certain nutrients, enabling her to create an entirely bespoke plan for serious results. Whether you find it tricky to lose weight, are prone to bloating, acne and autoimmune flare-ups, or are fed up with PMS, Pippa’s programmes are worth the money.

THE DETAILS: Unless you’re booking a DNA package, Pippa isn’t currently taking new clients for nutritional consultations, so book in with one of her team to get you going. Prices from £165 for an initial session.

Visit PippaCampbellHealth.com

10. Rohini Bajekal

If you’ve toyed with the idea of going vegan but aren’t sure where to start, Rohini will help you on your way. An expert in guiding clients through the transition to eating more plant foods, she’ll help you stock your cupboards with the right ingredients and ensure you tick all the nutritional boxes. She’s also currently in the process of writing her first book – out early next year – on PCOS, making her a must-see if you struggle with reproductive health conditions. Rohini is also a brand manager for Women for Women’s Health, a voluntary service set up to empower women of all ages to make better lifestyle choices.

THE DETAILS: Rohini is available for private consultations in London on Tuesdays and Thursdays, or via online consultations. Prices available on request.

Visit RohiniBajekal.com

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