Eulalee Green: BDA-Registered Freelance Dietitian, Adam St, London WC2N 6AA, UK

Private Practice Dietitian: WC2N 6AA

RD mBDA BSc MSc, Consultant Dietitian & Holistic Health Coach

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Eulalee Green

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Eulalee Green is the lead Consultant Dietitian for Family Nutrition Coach. She has over 25 years’ experience as a Senior NHS Dietitian, Holistic Health Coach, and Public Health Nutritionist. Over her 25 years of providing clinical nutrition and dietetic services to children, men and women promoting health and managing a range of medical conditions. Eulalee Green is the lead Consultant Dietitian for Family Nutrition Coach and helps women, men and children to reach their full potential through good nutrition. She has always wanted to help people to achieve their full potential. At 13-years old she was asked ‘What do you want to be when you grow up?’. She answered ‘I want to be a paediatric psychiatrist’. She knew that psychiatry and something to do with making you think and feel better. However, she later learned that achieving ones full potential began well before childhood. It starts with the stuff we are made from; that is, it begins with what our parents ate before conception and during pregnancy. Our potential is also shaped by what happens during those first few crucial years. Eulalee didn’t become a psychiatrist. She became a dietitian and an expert in promoting health. She has over 25 years’ experience as a Dietitian, Holistic Health Coach, and Public Health Nutritionist. Her expertise includes: providing clinical nutrition and dietetic services to children, men and women to help them manage medical conditions; assisting people to achieve optimum health; designing and delivering health promotion projects; and developing public health programmes.

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Family Nutrition Coach

Eulalee Green is the lead Consultant Dietitian for Family Nutrition Coach. She has over 25 years’ experience as a Senior NHS Dietitian, Holistic Health Coach and Public Health Nutritionist. Over her 25 years of providing clinical nutrition and dietetic services to children, men and women promoting health and managing a range of medical conditions.

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Online Consultations

We provide the following treatment programmes. Women’s 90-Day Health Programme: To treat a range of hormone-related conditions (e.g. PCOS, endometriosis and irregular periods). A 90-Day Infertility Programme: To help men and women improve fertility naturally through nutrition, diet and lifestyle changes. A 6-week Bump & Me Programme: To your health during pregnancy and reduce the risk of gestational diabetes and pre-eclampsia. A 90-Day Reclaim Your Body programme: To help if you are having trouble losing the belly fat after having a baby. Nutrition programmes for families with young children to provide advice and support during those first few crucial years. Treatment programmes to help you manage problems such as IBS, eczema, bloating, and food allergies.

Details of Dietetic Services Provided

Industry Services

  • Corporate Health
  • Functional and Integrative medicine
  • Health screening
  • Lecturing & teaching
  • PRIVATE PRACTICE
  • PUBLIC HEALTH & FOOD POLICY
  • Policy
  • School Health
  • WORKPLACE NUTRITION
  • Workplace Education Sessions

Clinical Expertise

  • Coeliac disease
  • FODMAP
  • Health Promotion / Public Health / Mother and Child
  • Healthy Eating / Lifestyle / Behaviour / Wellness
  • IBS
  • PCOS
  • Teenagers / Child Nutrition
  • allergies
  • blenderised / texture-modified diets
  • breastfeeding
  • cancer prevention
  • cardiovascular disease
  • coaching
  • complementary/alternative
  • counselling
  • dental health
  • diabetes
  • early years nutrition
  • ethnic diet
  • falls prevention
  • fatty liver
  • food sensitivities
  • fussy eater
  • healthy ageing
  • heart health
  • ketogenic diet
  • malnutrition in the elderly
  • medical nutrition
  • medical nutrition support
  • medical supplements
  • metabolic syndrome
  • nutrition screening
  • nutritional supplements for elderly
  • paediatric
  • palliative care
  • personalised nutrition
  • pregnancy & pre-conception
  • skin health
  • vegan diet
  • vegetarian diet
  • weight management
  • women's health

Geographical Areas Covered

  • Europe
  • Greater London
  • International
  • UK

Products by Eulalee Green

Diet Secrets For A Successful Pregnancy: Evidence based tips that work
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Nutrition For A Healthy Pregnancy Workshop
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Recent Posts from Eulalee Green's Blog

Does your blood pressure before pregnancy increase the risk of a miscarriage?

03 April 2018

Miscarriages can occur in about 8-20 percent women before the 20th week of pregnancy; for women who know that they are pregnant.  New research suggests that even a slight increase in preconception blood pressure amongst healthy women may increase the risk of pregnancy loss or miscarriage. The Rotterdam study looked at 1,228 women between 2007…

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Scientist Discover Blood Test for Autism

20 February 2018

Autism spectrum disorders (ASD) affect about 9 to 161 in 10,000 children worldwide. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention estimates at it could be as high as 3% of children. It is a collection of conditions that affect how children interact and communicate. Some children may also have a range of other disabilities including…

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Is Iodine Deficiency Causing Infertility?

18 January 2018

The post Is Iodine Deficiency Causing Infertility? appeared first on Family Nutrition Coach .read more

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Nutrition Therapy For Successful Fertility Treatment

10 November 2017

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How To Protect Yourself Against Endocrine Disruptors

18 October 2017

Endocrine disruptors are chemicals that affect our hormones.  Hormones are the normal chemical signals that is involved with every system of the body.  Endocrine disruptors have been linked to infertility, stillbirths, endometriosis, a problem with the development of babies during pregnancy and young children. Endocrine disruptors are chemically added to plastics, personal care products, cleaning…

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Midwives are raising £5,000 pounds for safe birth kits

11 October 2017

A UK based group of Private Midwives are raising £5,000 to pay for 1,000 for safe birth kits for frontline staff in remote areas in counties of Africa. Three women die every 6 minutes while delivering their babies.  Many of these women die because of a simple lack of access to clean materials at the…

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New Research Indicates A Link Between Maternal Nutrition And Lower Rates Of Autism

09 October 2017

In 2014 the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimated that 1 in 68 children are have autism, and boys are four times more likely to be affected.  There isn’t a single cause of autism, however, most scientists believe that it involves by abnormalities in brain structure or function. A recent study at the Drexel University in Stockholm has found…

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How To Reduce The Symptoms Of Endometriosis

26 September 2017

Endometriosis is a condition that affects 176 million women worldwide and about 1 in 10 women during their reproductive years, although some women may remain undiagnosed for many years.  It affects all ethnic group; the wealthy and poor alike. It can be a long-term and debilitating condition causing abdominal pain, painful periods, excessive bleeding, and…

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Achieving A Healthy Weight Can Boost Pregnancy Success

20 September 2017

Having a healthy weight when you are planning to have a baby can boost your fertility and protect you and your baby from complications during pregnancy. Nine percent of women across the world have a BMI of less than 18<span class="tooltips " title="NCD Risk Factor Collaboration (2016) ‘Trends in adult body-mass index in 200 countries…

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Flu Vaccine

03 September 2017

How Effective Was The Flu Vaccine And Can Vitamin D Help? Public Health England’s 2016/2017 data revealed that the flu vaccine was only effective in less than 1 in 10 people aged 65 years old or older (i.e. 8%), and only 2 in 5 people aged 18 to 64 years old (i.e. 41%).  It was…

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Iodine

02 May 2017

Iodine for Better Health  For most people, iodine deficiency can cause low thyroid hormones leading to high cholesterol, low energy levels, tiredness, and feeling depressed . However, iodine deficiency during pregnancy is a harmful condition associated with miscarriages and stillbirths. Babies of mothers who had iodine deficiency during pregnancy are at a higher risk of…

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Vegan Diet Protein

25 February 2017

Vegan Diet and Protein Some people are concerned that the amount of protein in a vegan diet would not be enough for people high requirements such as top athletes, pregnant women and their developing baby. This is not true. If the diet has the right combination of the different types of protein in the right…

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Vegan Diet Iron

24 February 2017

Iron and Healthy Vegan Diet Iron is an essential mineral and it forms part of the haemoglobin in red cells that carries oxygen to the body’s cells, tissues, and muscles. Signs of iron deficiency include feeling tired and weak, pale skin, breathlessness, decreased work and educational performance, difficulty in maintaining body temperature, and decreased resistance…

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Vegan Diet Calcium

24 February 2017

How Much Calcium Do We Need? Calcium is an important essential mineral needed for making, growing, and keeping healthy bones and teeth. It also helps the muscles and nerves to work and helps to control blood pressure. During pregnancy, calcium deficiency has been found to increase the risk of pre-eclampsia, i.e. high blood pressure that comes…

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Calcium

24 February 2017

How Much Calcium Do We Need? Calcium is an important essential mineral needed for making, growing, and keeping healthy bones and teeth. It also helps the muscles and nerves to work and helps to control blood pressure. During pregnancy, calcium deficiency has been found to increase the risk of pre-eclampsia, i.e. high blood pressure that comes…

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Vegan Diet B12

24 February 2017

Vitamin B12 works together with folic acid to make healthy nerve and red blood cells. It is also needed to make the DNA, the genetic material of cells. People with B12 deficiency may experience tiredness, weakness, nausea, constipation, loss of appetite, and weight loss. Some people may also get numbness and tingle in the hands…

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Vegan Diet

29 November 2015

Vegan Diet is Safe for Pregnant Women and Their Developing Babies   The meat-free lifestyle is a growing trend in the UK.  In 2016 IPSOS MORI, one of the largest social research companies reported that there were about 1.05% adults who never eat meat or animal products.  That is over 158,000 women aged between 16…

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Exercise and Pregnancy

03 October 2015

How to Make Exercise in Pregnancy Safe   Exercise during pregnancy has a positive effect on your health and the developing baby. Women who exercise during pregnancy experience less back and pelvic pain, lower risk of developing gestational diabetes, better diabetic control if they already have diabetes, and a lower risk of complications during labour….

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Preventing Gestational Diabetes

09 September 2015

How to Reduce Your Risk of Developing Gestational Diabetes Gestational diabetes is the most frequent complication in pregnancy. Gestational diabetes is carbohydrate intolerance causing hyperglycaemia (high blood sugar) that starts during pregnancy. Of the 700,000+ women who give birth in England and Wales each year, 30,600 developed diabetes during pregnancy (i.e. 4.3% of all pregnancies)…

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Vitamin D

07 September 2014

How Much Vitamin D Do I need? In the United Kingdom, 50% to 88% of the people have vitamin D deficiency. Vitamin D is important for maintaining strong bones, protecting us from infections, and regulating calcium levels. In addition, vitamin D deficiency in pregnancy is linked to an increased risk of pre-eclampsia, gestational diabetes, urine infections…

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