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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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. 

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

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

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

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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

What to do if your baby is refusing to eat!

By Sarah Almond Bushell | 29th March 2021

If you would like a PDF version of this blog delivered directly to your inbox, pop your details below.Are you battling with a baby that constantly pushes away the spoon? Often babies get off to a great start with weaning and then suddenly they don’t want to eat, and it can be a worry!In this …

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What exactly is Intermittent Fasting?

By Laura Clark | 24th March 2021

Fasting is not a new concept and has been around for thousands of years but what exactly is Intermittent Fasting? Fasting involves alternating food absence with periods of normal food consumption. We break a ‘fast’ every day when we first eat – breakfast even if not at breakfast time. In the ‘diet trend’ sense, intermittent …

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Are you curious? Can you overfeed a breastfed baby?

By Sarah Almond Bushell | 15th March 2021

If you would like a PDF download of this blog delivered directly to your inbox, pop your details below. My first baby fed frequently. I mean every 40 minutes or so and as he got older, every time he cried, I offered him the boob. It worked, he settled and he wasn’t a fan of …

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The truth about caffeine and how it benefits us

By Laura Clark | 3rd March 2021

It’s the world’s most popular stimulant and a friend to many of us but what’s the truth about caffeine and how it benefits us? Can you imagine mornings without it? How much caffeine should we have? Caffeine is a bit of a fickle friend – routine users of caffeine won’t get the same euphoric effects …

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When can babies have chocolate? A guide for worried parents

By Sarah Almond Bushell | 14th February 2021

If you would like a PDF version of this blog delivered directly to your inbox, pop your details below. “Is it ok to give my baby chocolate?” This is a common question that mums have as there is a lot of conflicting information online about chocolate. Although chocolate is delicious, it is not recommended for …

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What you need to know about SALT

By Laura Clark | 8th February 2021

Headlines about salt never seem as prevalent as those bashing either fat or sugar, and yet dietary wise, salt is the biggest threat to our health. If salt intake fell by a third, it would prevent 8000 premature deaths in the UK and could save the NHS over £500 million annually. What is it about …

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What to take into consideration in February if you did Veganuary

By Laura Clark | 2nd February 2021

Veganuary recruited a record number of signups this year (around 500,000). It continues to trend but against popular belief, not all vegan diets are healthy. Let’s pull back that ‘health halo’ and have a poke around, with a particular focus on the vegan processed food market.  This product research and evidence has been compiled by …

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Which of the different types of tuna is best for baby?

By Sarah Almond Bushell | 1st February 2021

If you’d like a PDF version of this blog delivered directly to your inbox, pop your details below. We know that during the first few months of a baby’s life, good nutrition is really important.  So why is tuna such a great option for your baby? In this blog, I’ll help you to decide which …

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What's the best natural substitute for sugar that’s safe for children?

By Sarah Almond Bushell | 18th January 2021

If you would like a PDF version of this blog delivered directly to your inbox, pop your details below. Not a day goes by without me seeing something on social media or in the news about how evil sugar is, but actually sugar is just a simple carbohydrate and it isn’t bad for children if …

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How emotional eaters should handle food cravings

By | 12th January 2021

As a coach who helps emotional eaters lose weight for good and stop yo yo – I hear this all the time. -How do I stop my cravings? -I get these horrible cravings! -My problem is I cannot stop self sabotage! Can you relate to this feeling horrible and out of control feeling around food? …

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