Laura Clark: BDA-Registered Freelance Dietitian, Bath, UK

Private Practice Dietitian: Bath

BSc (Hons) PgCert

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Do you feel overwhelmed with information, but lacking in clarity as to what is right for you and your body? My ethos is to be realistic and down to earth and cut through the confusion so you gain insight, with advice that’s tailored to your day to day life. No gimmicks, no fad diets, just an holistic approach, grounded in science, to empower you. How does that sound?

I have nearly 20 years of experience as a registered dietitian, in the NHS, healthcare services abroad, and in the commercial sector which have given me the opportunity to work with thousands of individuals, allowing a unique depth of understanding into the challenges many people face when exploring changes to their diet and lifestyle.

My post-graduate training in many aspects, including Behaviour Change Therapy and Intuitive Eating, facilitate us to consider all that influences your food choices, to enable you to develop a much happier, healthier relationship with food.

Free discovery calls are available to book. I typically see women with PCOS, chronic dieting syndrome, the menopause, gut health issues, sports nutrition or those wishing to explore the nutritional needs of their family. 

I am passionate about cutting through the often confusing arena of nutrition, and frequently contribute to main stream press and media. I have appeared on the BBC and ITV a number of times and many radio stations.

I also deliver workplace health and well-being seminars and also support brands with PR campaigns and their nutrition content/ messaging.

Lots more information on my website so please take or look or drop me an email.  

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Laura Clark Nutrition

Dedicated dietitian passionate about nutrition and health tailoring it for the individual or bringing it to life with relevance for a group of employees or food brand.

Private Practice

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Online Consultations

I am passionate about helping people and making nutrition relevant for them in an often confusing world. Expect a realistic and down to earth approach to nutrition in your day to day life. No gimmicks, no fad diets, just sound, evidence- based advice tailored to you. I have nearly 20 years of experience as a registered dietitian, in the NHS, healthcare services abroad, and in the commercial sector which have given me the opportunity to work with thousands of individuals, allowing a unique depth of understanding into the challenges many people face when exploring changes to their diet and lifestyle. A consultation gives you the opportunity to find a way forward that is both evidence based and achievable. Clinics and specialist online programmes are all running via Zoom.

Details of Dietetic Services Provided

Industry Services

  • Apps
  • Articles
  • Books
  • Conferences
  • Consumer Press
  • Corporate Health
  • Digital Health
  • Health screening
  • Lecturing & teaching
  • Marketing research
  • New product development
  • Radio
  • Recipe & Menu analysis
  • School Health
  • Social media content creation
  • Speaking
  • Surveys
  • TV
  • Web
  • Workplace Education Sessions

Clinical Expertise

  • Health Promotion / Public Health / Mother and Child
  • Healthy Eating / Lifestyle / Behaviour / Wellness
  • IBS
  • PCOS
  • body image
  • cancer prevention
  • cardiovascular disease
  • coaching
  • counselling
  • diets
  • heart health
  • men's health
  • metabolic health
  • pregnancy & pre-conception
  • skin health
  • sports nutrition
  • vegan diet
  • vegetarian diet
  • weight management
  • women's health

Geographical Areas Covered

  • UK

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Recent Posts from Laura Clark's Blog

Are assumptions holding you back?

21 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

09 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

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

28 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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Dieting: when it’s time to say no

18 May 2020

Mental Health Awareness Week is flying the flag for kindness this week. So, it’s the perfect time to think about how we’re interpreting this for ourselves, particularly when it comes to our quest to lose weight or change our body shape. Dieting often takes us on a merry-go-round of emotions, initially euphoria when our efforts…

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How much protein do you need in lockdown?

28 April 2020

How much protein do I need in lockdown? I thought it was time to delve into the protein macro again, particularly as our habitual exercise patterns have shifted somewhat. We may be exercising more, or less than usual or altering the type of exercise we’re doing. Lockdown might also have influenced out dietary choices too…

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Top tips for the right energy bar for you

02 April 2020

With all this home living, we may be spending more time in the kitchen and perhaps feeling inspired to bake whether that be for child entertainment or taste bud titillation. For some of us we may break up the snacking frenzy with a bit of work, or to craft an elephant out of a milk…

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Fibre filled Banana and choc chip muffins

27 March 2020

We enjoyed making these today – I like this recipe because it’s super simple and uses cup measures which avoids having to weigh things, which involves me being more hands on and I couldn’t be today because I’m not an octopus. They’re also packed full of fibre – don’t make me work out how much,…

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Top tips to stay healthy and productive whilst working from home

17 March 2020

The latest government advice will see more of us working from home than ever before. For those of us not used to it, the lack of familiar routine can throw our usual habits out of the window. What and when we choose to eat for example, are likely to shift in the coming weeks, whether…

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Simple swaps to reduce your salt intake

12 March 2020

This week is Salt Awareness Week, with a focus on hidden salt in our foods. Perhaps we’ve been looking the other way watching fat and carbs battle it out and we’ve forgotten about salt – yet another risk factor for us to be wary of, will we ever get a break? Salt is worth a…

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Cereal Bar choices for those with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)

21 February 2020

Following on from my cereal bars for busy people recommendations, here is the low down for those who need to be mindful of carbohydrate intake whilst also ensuring their snacks can be nourishing and help them top up on protein, fibre and other vitamins and minerals. They’re also allowed to be busy, but carbs and…

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Intermittent Fasting – Is it for you?

13 February 2020

Should we all be following strict rules around fasting? The potential benefits of fasting for the body have been talked about for a long time, but the idea that restricting your eating to a certain time window is good for health, seems to be building momentum so what does the science say? Fasting allows the…

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Cereal bar recommendations for busy people

09 February 2020

For busy working professionals, snacking provides an ideal opportunity to fuel the day between meals or when the next meal amidst the chaos is a long way off. Too often though, we snack on the wrong thing and lurch from one sugar low to another. Many snacks claim to give us just what we need,…

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What habits are worth changing in the Workplace?

16 October 2019

Last week I joined forces with the Mental Health Charity, Bath Mind as we made ourselves at home at the Good Day Cafe in Bath and looked at how our working day influences our food choices, how food plays a part in our stress levels and what our coping strategies look like. Workplace health is…

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Pumpkin and Chickpea Stew

15 October 2019

This delicious pumpkin dish is a massive hit with all the family… it serves 6 so you have plenty of leftovers for lunch. Admittedly the children pick the herby bits out but as I keep telling them that’s what creates the AMAZING flavours! They were surprised initially that pumpkin could actually be eaten and wasn’t…

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Banana Pancakes

01 October 2019

These banana pancakes are a firm favourite of ours on a Sunday morning. Apparently Daddy makes them better – kids know how to hit you where it hurts sometimes don’t they! Ingredients 2-3 ripe bananas (depending on size) 140g wholemeal self-raising flour (can use 100g self-raising white flour and 40g wholemeal if desired) 1 egg…

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Sweetcorn Pancakes

25 September 2019

Sweetcorn pancakes are such a hit in our household they make it onto the meal plan every week. I serve them with mozzarella or feta, salad such as tomatoes and pepper sticks and sometimes bacon (I choose the bacon without the nitrates). They are also great for packed lunches the next day. I warm in…

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The key to meal planning success

24 September 2019

Personally I’ve always struggled with meal planning and yet when I do it I feel like a new woman. I am delighted to host this blog from Sarah Alder of Kitchen Titbits to share her secrets to successful meal planning as she’s a lady who always has it sorted! We’re joining forces to run a…

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Nutrition tips for the body conscious Love Island couples

08 June 2019

It’s a hard life – slurping from a personalised water bottle and trying to decide whether to sit on a swinging seat or a bean bag. I’d love to see inside those fridges because you don’t see them eat much do you? Their bodies look sculpted, but should their diets change now they’re enclosed within…

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Packing lunch with a punch

18 May 2019

The day they come home and negotiate that they would like packed lunch instead of school dinners is not necessarily one we look forward to. But is it an opportunity to boost the nutritional value of their diets, experiment with new things or just weep quietly into the fridge. Hopefully not the latter with these…

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