For Organisations

This website is the go-to resource for organisations and consumers looking for a freelance dietitian. Members featured on our website are fully registered dietitians with a wide range of backgrounds and specialisations.

Find the right Dietitian

Use the criteria to refine your search and find a registered dietitian that matches your needs & requirements. You can also search for a specific dietitian if you know their name.

Contact Dietitians

Contact suitable dietitians directly by clicking on their profile page to read further details about their skills, expertise and achievements. All dietitians have their contact numbers and details listed and you can contact them directly from their profile page.

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All our members are registered with the Health & Care Professions Council and the British Dietetic Association. You can rest assured that you will receive a quality service delivered to a high standard.

For Dietitians

Once you have joined the Freelance Dietitians Group, you will be able to add your profile and contact details to the site. The administrator will send you details on how to log in and get started. This can be done in a few easy steps.

Create a profile

Let companies, clients and organisations find you! Create an online profile with a profile picture and a description of your skills and achievements. Add your business information details, website, blog, contact details and social media profile links and you are ready.

Access FDG resources

Once you have joined, you will also gain access to the private members area where you find useful resources such as fact sheets, webinar recordings and other member benefits.

Promote your business

As a FDG member, advertise products you have created with a link to your own website or e-commerce site of choice (terms and conditions apply). You also have the option of adding the RSS feed of your blog to our website to enjoy back-links and higher rankings. Both your products and blog posts can be viewed by potential clients on your profile page. 

Why Choose Us?

On Trend

We keep up to date with the latest research, developments and trends within the nutrition and health industry.

Registered & Insured

We are all registered dietitians and act within a strict code of conduct.

Skills & Expertise

We can offer a range of skills and expertise that match your health or business need.

Trusted Nutrition Resource

Regularly quoted in the media, featured on TV and online. Trusted expert nutrition resource for brands, charities and organisations.

Where our Members have been Featured

Latest Blog Posts from our Members

Are assumptions holding you back?

By Laura Clark | 21st October 2020

Do you live in assumption-ville? Last time I chatted about how the brain likes to automate things. Not because it likes to let us down, but because it has to automate stuff to allow our deliberate system to focus on what really matters that day. Can you imagine if we deliberated over what to have …

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Making habits stick and why diets don’t help

By Laura Clark | 9th October 2020

Our brain is the most metabolically active tissue in our body. To state the obvious, it’s quite clever but even the brain has limitations and short-cuts it puts in place to help us navigate information overload. The part of the brain that makes us human, often referred to as the pre-frontal cortex is responsible for …

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Getting on the Scales – Weighing up the Reasons

By Laura Clark | 21st September 2020

The scales supposedly track our progress towards a goal or serve as a reminder to keep things in check. And now, with the development of wearable devices, we have countless ways in which we can track ourselves – 24 hours a day. On the surface, all this tracking is supposed to act as a motivator …

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You don't need to try lose weight to help your type 2 diabetes!

By Emma Townsin | 11th September 2020

Diabetes is a complex metabolic syndrome where blood sugar levels, also known as blood glucose increase to above the normal range. This is known as “hyperglycemia”- literally high blood glucose. It’s normal for blood sugar to rise following a meal but if it remains high for prolonged periods it can cause some damage in the …

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How to stop emotional eating

By Emma Townsin | 26th August 2020

What is Emotional Eating? Imagine this: your boss has been annoying you at work, your partner isn’t listening to you vent about it, your friends are busy and the next thing you know you’ve just eaten a family-sized bar of chocolate. As you’re about to dig into the third slice of cheesecake despite feeling full- …

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Weight Management – if I’m not prescribing diets, what am I doing?

By Laura Clark | 28th July 2020

In the past, I’ve delivered weight management services which had weight loss at the heart. I’ve worked alongside other healthcare professionals in specialist NHS services, to support people on a journey to better health through weight loss. It has never been simply about offering dietary advice; we have to look at the interplay between the …

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Why children grow up having unhealthy relationships with food and how to avoid them

By Sarah Almond Bushell | 27th July 2020

Why children grow up having unhealthy relationships with food and how to avoid them A collaboratively written blog by Gabriella Goodchild RD, The Healthful Dietitian and Sarah Almond Bushell RD, The Children’s Nutritionist. If you would like a PDF version of this blog delivered directly to your inbox, pop your details below. In this blog …

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How to get a child to eat when they refuse meals

By Sarah Almond Bushell | 20th July 2020

This blog is sponsored by the Happy Healthy Eaters Club . A club all about supporting mums and dads do the very best for their children when it comes to food and feeding.  It’s a club for members who want to learn all about how to nourish a child completely.  We’ll provide you with the …

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Which foods will help my toddler to gain weight?

By Sarah Almond Bushell | 13th July 2020

If you would like a PDF version of this blog delivered directly to your inbox, pop your details below. My child is too thin, how can I help them gain weight? Some children struggle to gain weight or grow as expected, which may be because they cannot manage to eat enough food to meet their …

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The 3 pillars behind everything I do – My NOURISH – NURTURE – THRIVE Continuum

By Sarah Almond Bushell | 6th July 2020

I’ve been working hard behind the scenes to come up with a way of describing to you what me and my business is really all about. I love being a Paediatric Dietitian and I really thrive on helping people which is part of the reason why I still do my NHS role alongside running ‘The …

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