Paula Hallam: BDA-Registered Freelance Dietitian, Kingston upon Thames, UK

Private Practice Dietitian: Kingston upon Thames

B.Sc (Med)(Hons) RD

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My name is Paula Hallam and I am a Paediatric Dietitian with 20 years experience, working in both the NHS and the private sector, as well as consulting to health charities and the food industry.

I currently run a private practice called ‘Tiny Tots Nutrition’ with clinics based in Walton, Surrey, KT12 and Wimbledon, SW19

I specialise in all aspects of children’s nutrition such as fussy eating, food allergies, feeding problems, gastro-oesophageal reflux, infant feeding and weaning, toddler nutrition, iron deficiency, constipation, underweight/overweight, to name a few!

I also write a children’s nutrition blog for parents, where you will find useful information and recipes to help with many aspects of feeding and nourishing young children.

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I am also a mum to 2 gorgeous girls; love cooking, running and the outdoors!

If you have a question about children’s nutrition, please get in touch, I’d love to hear from you:


Twitter: @kids_dietitian

Instagram: tinytotsnutrition


Paula x


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Tiny Tots Nutrition

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Clinical Expertise

  • Teenagers / Child Nutrition
  • allergies
  • attention deficit disorder
  • autism
  • breastfeeding
  • cancer prevention
  • dental health
  • early years nutrition
  • fussy eater
  • hyperactivity
  • nutrition screening
  • paediatric
  • pregnancy & pre-conception

Geographical Areas Covered

  • Greater London
  • South East
  • UK

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