Charlotte Foster: BDA-Registered Freelance Dietitian, Guildford, UK

Private Practice Dietitian: London

First Class BSc (Hons) Nutrition & MSc Dietetics, RD.

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Graduating with a first class degree in Nutrition from the University of Nottingham, Charlotte went on to gain her MSc in Dietetics at King’s College London before qualifying as a Registered Dietitian.

Since qualifying, Charlotte has gained a wealth of experience working in an array of medical specialisms within a top London NHS trust. This invaluable experience has provided Charlotte with the knowledge to provide expert to help her clients improve their health and achieve their dietary goals.

Passionate about helping people establish good and healthy relationships with food, she founded DINE, a website packed with articles to help educate and empower and engage individuals with evidence-based scientific nutrition knowledge to help restore healthy relationships with food. She has also been involved in several community based well-being projects, volunteering with Jamie’s Ministry of Food and regularly speaks at a Central London eating disorders recovery course.

 

Based in Central London & Surrey, Charlotte offers clients a variety of services including:

  • 1:1 Consultations: face to face or via secure video calls
  • Health & wellbeing workshops and education sessions
  • Corporate workplace and wellbeing days
  • Recipe analysis and menu development
  • Media appearances

Do get in touch for further information.

charlotte@nutritionalevidence.com or info@nutritional evidence.com

 

 

Business Details:

Dietetic Information & Nutritional Evidence (DINE)

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Industry Services

  • Articles
  • CHARITABLE SECTOR
  • Corporate Health
  • EVENTS
  • Functional and Integrative medicine
  • MEDIA /PR / MARKETING / ADVERTISING
  • PRIVATE PRACTICE
  • Radio
  • Recipe & Menu analysis
  • Recipe development
  • Speaking
  • TV
  • WORKPLACE NUTRITION
  • WRITING & EDITING
  • Web
  • Workplace Cooking demo´s
  • Workplace Education Sessions

Clinical Expertise

  • COPD
  • Cancer
  • Coeliac disease
  • FODMAP
  • Healthy Eating / Lifestyle / Behaviour / Wellness
  • IBS
  • PCOS
  • asthma
  • cancer prevention
  • cardiovascular disease
  • diabetes
  • diets
  • ethnic diet
  • food sensitivities
  • food/recipes
  • gut health
  • heart health
  • macrobiotic diet
  • metabolic health
  • respiratory health
  • vegan diet
  • vegetarian diet
  • weight management

Geographical Areas Covered

  • Greater London
  • South East
  • UK

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Recent Posts from Charlotte Foster's Blog

Should You Be Taking A Multivitamin?

05 November 2021

Should You Be Taking A Multivitamin? By Charlotte Foster BSc (Hons), MSc, RD What Are Multivitamins? I’m sure we all know the basic concept of a multivitamin pill, as it’s pretty likely you have taken them before. Put simply, multivitamins are just supplements that contain different vitamins, minerals and sometimes other ingredients such as green…

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Organic Food – Is It Really Healthier?

19 October 2021

Organic Food – Is It Really Healthier? By Charlotte Foster BSc (Hons), MSc, RD What Exactly Is Organic Food? The main difference between organic and non-organic food has to do with how it is produced. Whilst the standards do vary internationally, in the EU organic producers are obliged to comply with a set of regulations…

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Should I Be Taking Probiotics?

27 September 2021

Should I Be Taking Probiotics? By Charlotte Foster BSc (Hons), MSc, RD What are probiotics? Probiotics are live bacteria and yeasts which are often promoted as having various health benefits. You can find probiotics in supplements, live yoghurt and fermented foods. Probiotics are often described as ‘good’ or ‘healthy’ bacteria, because they are thought to…

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Can Your Diet Offer Symptomatic Relief For PCOS?

14 September 2021

Can Your Diet Offer Symptomatic Relief For PCOS? By Charlotte Foster BSc (Hons), MSc, RD. So, what actually is PCOS? PCOS is a common condition that affects how your ovaries work. The root cause of PCOS is related to abnormal hormone levels including raised testosterone and insulin resistance. Symptoms often include irregular or absent periods,…

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Myth Buster: You are what you eat!

06 August 2021

Myth Buster: You are what you eat! By Charlotte Foster BSc (Hons), MSc, RD. How many times have we heard “You are what you eat”? To an extent, there is some truth in this – most of us have the ability to make food and lifestyle choices that impact our bodies and health.  However, when…

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Myth Buster: Gluten-free diets are healthier

06 August 2021

Myth Buster: Gluten-free diets are healthier By Charlotte Foster BSc (Hons), MSc, RD. How many people do you know believe gluten is toxic and should be eliminated from the diet of all human beings? For a while, being gluten-free was very “in vogue” before being vegan ousted it as the latest dietary trend! Interestingly, on…

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5 Myths about Diabetes

06 August 2021

5 Myths about Diabetes Josephine Townsend (MNutr, RD). We look at 5 common myths about Diabetes to help you know the truth about the disease. Myth: Diabetes is reversible I often see worrying headlines bandied about, such as this classic from a well-known sensationalistic tabloid newspaper “I reversed my diabetes in just 11 days –…

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Can We Trust The Headlines? Attack On The Low-Fat Diet

06 August 2021

Can We Trust The Headlines? Attack On The Low-Fat Diet The Fat Debate DINE reviews the latest publication on the topic of the fat debate DINE takes a look at nutrition in the news, by examining a report published by The National Obesity Forum in association with the Public Health Collaboration surrounding claims that eating fat, cutting carbs and…

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Sweeteners

06 August 2021

Sweeteners By Charlotte Foster BSc (Hons), MSc, RD. With the desire to live a “sugar-free” existence becoming more popular, the food industry has responded with a boom in sales of sweeteners (with the sweetener sector now valued at ~£60million) (1). Sweeteners can be derived from natural sources and so are deemed to be “natural” as…

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A collection of “In-vogue superfoods”… are they really so fabulous for our health?

05 August 2021

The 2015 collection of “In-vogue” foods… are they really so fabulous for our health? By Charlotte Foster BSc (Hons), MSc, RD. At certain points of the year, mainly New Year and the run up to summer,  it there tends to be an onslaught of social media posts and comments relating to the “let’s get bikini…

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Sugar & Sugar Free Diets

05 August 2021

Sugar & Sugar Free Diets By Charlotte Foster BSc (Hons), MSc, RD. Talk on following a “sugar free” diet has become so prevalent in recent years that I’m pretty sure that even tribal communities in far flung regions of our planet have had conversations about this latest dietary craze! We feel it is important to…

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Healthy Eating & Travelling!

05 August 2021

Healthy Eating & Travelling! By Charlotte Foster BSc (Hons), MSc, RD I recently returned from my honeymoon and it got me thinking about how challenging it can be to be mindful about eating healthily when on holiday or when travelling. We were surrounded by SO much delicious food. The choice of several incredible restaurants to…

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Health Effects of Sweeteners

30 July 2021

Health Effects of Sweeteners By Charlotte Foster BSc (Hons), MSc, RD. Both natural and artificial, naturally existing in foods and manufactured into food products, sweeteners are everywhere! But what effect do they have on our health? Are they healthier than sugar? Are they bad for our health? We want to take a closer look. To…

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Happy Easter!

30 July 2021

Happy Easter! By Charlotte Foster BSc (Hons), MSc, RD. The giving and receiving of eggs at Easter is a tradition spanning centuries. Traditionally, Easter eggs came from poultry not the confectionery aisle in the supermarket! Hen or duck eggs were decorated by hand and this tradition is still practised in some cultures and religions today….

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Breakfast in a Bottle – Friend or Foe?

16 January 2017

By Niamh O’ Sullivan BSc (Hons), MSc, RD .     Breakfast choices have hit the headlines with concerns surrounding the sugar contents of popular breakfast cereals and what children are choosing to eat as their first meal of the day.   In the last 10 years the breakfast market has been transformed from the…

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Boosting Your Mood With Food!

14 January 2017

By Charlotte Foster BSc (Hons), MSc, RD.     With Christmas behind us, short days, long nights and no prospect of  a bank holiday for another few months,  it’s not uncommon to hear people suffering with the “January blues”.   However,  this phrase often trivialises the issue of feeling low in mood or suffering with depression.  …

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Food & Fatigue – Eating for Energy!

22 November 2016

By Charlotte Foster BSc (Hons), MSc, RD.   How are you? Busy? Tired? Exhausted?   Many of us can relate to the rat race of early starts and late nights – we are busy, busy, busy and it can really take its toll!   Getting the balance of life’s demands during daylight hours can be…

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Healthy Eating & Travelling!

15 October 2016

By Charlotte Foster BSc (Hons), MSc, RD   I recently returned from my honeymoon and it got me thinking about how challenging it can be to be mindful about eating healthily when on holiday or when travelling.   We were surrounded by SO much delicious food. The choice of several incredible restaurants to dine at,…

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Demystifying the differences- Coeliac Disease vs Wheat Intolerance vs Wheat Allergy vs IBS?

21 May 2016

By Josie Townsend, MNutr, RD.   When it comes to people avoiding gluten and wheat, there are various conditions you might hear bandied around that sound pretty similar and it can get really confusing! It doesn’t help that many of the conditions (which may require the exclusion of gluten-containing and wheat-containing foods) share similar symptoms. We hope to clarify and…

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The cost of gluten-free foods – a barrier to compliance?

15 May 2016

By Charlotte Foster BSc Hons, MSc, RD.   One common culinary conundrum surrounding the gluten-free diet is cost! At present, most gluten-free products tend to be more expensive than gluten containing equivalents (1&2).   Studies have been conducted to examine the barrier of cost and whether it influences compliance to the gluten-free diet, highlighting mixed…

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