Stephanie Fade: BDA-Registered Freelance Dietitian, Watford, UK

Private Practice Dietitian: Watford

BSc Nutrition First Class Hons, Postgraduate Diploma Dietetics, PhD

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Hi I’m Stephanie, lover of food, science and health. I help people to eat well for health whatever lifestyle or medical challenges they face whilst at the same time continuing to eat for joy!

If you need to eat differently for health or if you are a parent/carer with concerns about your child’s nutrition I offer a fully personalised service. I look in detail at your health and lifestyle needs and equip you with practical tools and resources to help you establish new habits.

I specialise in helping school communities create a really positive culture around food and nutrition that taps into what children and young people care about.

I also support organisations to innovate and find fresh thinking to support the health and wellbeing of their people.

 

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Eating Mindset

Eating Mindset helps people understand how their ideas and attitudes about food and nutrition shape the way they eat and enables them to embrace food as a positive, enjoyable and nourishing part of their lives. Delivered by experienced Dietitian, Dr Stephanie Fade, PhD the approach can be used to help individuals and their families to eat more healthily and manage any diet related medical conditions they might have and to enable schools and workplaces develop a positive nutrition culture.

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Industry Services

  • Articles
  • BUSINESS CONSULTING
  • Conferences
  • Consumer Press
  • Corporate Health
  • EDUCATION & ACADEMIA
  • EVENTS
  • New product development
  • Organizational change management
  • PRIVATE PRACTICE
  • RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT
  • School Health
  • Social media content creation
  • Speaking
  • Trade Journals
  • Tradeshows & exhibits
  • WORKPLACE NUTRITION
  • WRITING & EDITING
  • Workplace Education Sessions

Clinical Expertise

  • COPD
  • Cancer
  • Coeliac disease
  • Elderly
  • FODMAP
  • Health Promotion / Public Health / Mother and Child
  • Healthy Eating / Lifestyle / Behaviour / Wellness
  • IBS
  • PCOS
  • Teenagers / Child Nutrition
  • allergies
  • asthma
  • attention deficit disorder
  • autism
  • body image
  • breastfeeding
  • cancer prevention
  • cardiovascular disease
  • coaching
  • counselling
  • dementia
  • dental health
  • depression
  • diabetes
  • diets
  • early years nutrition
  • fatty liver
  • food sensitivities
  • fussy eater
  • gut health
  • healthy ageing
  • heart health
  • hyperactivity
  • infectious diseases / tropical diseases
  • learning disabilities
  • liver
  • men's health
  • mental health
  • metabolic health
  • metabolic syndrome
  • neurological disorders
  • nutrition screening
  • paediatric
  • pregnancy & pre-conception
  • respiratory health
  • skin health
  • vegan diet
  • vegetarian diet
  • weight management
  • women's health

Geographical Areas Covered

  • Greater London
  • Home Counties
  • South East
  • UK

Products by Stephanie Fade

Does my Faddy Eater Need Supplements and Which Ones Are Best?
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Food, drink and self-care
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Help your child with sensory needs eat better
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Nutrition MOT for faddy eaters
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Wicked ways to talk to tweens about weight
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Recent Posts from Stephanie Fade's Blog

Try new flavourings and reduce your salt intake: Marjoram

14 May 2021

Marjoram a slightly sweet, aromatic herb and great way to flavour food without salt Eating less salt will help keep your blood pressure down and reduce your risk of stroke. There are lots of great ways to flavour food without the need for salt. In this series of posts I will be sharing ideas and…

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Reduce your salt intake with fun flavourings: #1 Caraway

12 May 2021

Caraway seeds are a great way to add flavour, reducing your need for salt. Reducing your salt intake will help keep your blood pressure down and reduce your risk of stroke. There are lots of great ways to flavour food without the need for salt. Today I start with my personal favourite caraway. Caraway, also known…

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Lower your blood pressure and prevent stroke: nutrition tips

11 May 2021

Act FAST if you think someone is having a stroke May is Stroke Awareness Month. Being aware of the signs of a stroke as shown above is essential for saving lives so always act FAST. Prevention is equally important and high blood pressure is the single biggest risk factor for stroke. Here are my nutrition…

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Healthy, joyful Sunday lunch: Post lockdown tips.

29 April 2021

Traditional Sunday Roast. With a few tweaks you can make it healthy and joyful I know many people have missed sharing a traditional English Sunday roast with friends and wider family over lockdown. Now that the weather is getting warmer a fantastic Sunday lunch alfresco (even if you need a coat) is a great way…

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How to cut waste and eat healthily: Tips for your family.

26 April 2021

Planning meals with the family can save money and waste and is a great way to talk about the benefits of different foods Wednesday 28thApril is international stop food waste day.  We waste 33% of food produced globally. We could feed all the 795 million undernourished people in the world with just 25% of this waste!…

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Is weight loss surgery a quick fix to reduce Covid-19 risks?

27 May 2020

Bariatric or weight loss surgery Having a Body Mass Index (BMI) over 35 and to an even greater extent having a BMI over 40 significantly increases our risk of requiring mechanical ventilation if we are admitted to ITU with Covid-19. In the UK around 3.6% of adults have a BMI over 40. This equates to almost…

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Top ten tips to help your overweight child eat well

26 February 2020

One third of UK children are overweight or obese by the time they leave primary school. However we also know that there are 1.25 million people with an eating disorder some as young as 6 years old! We need to learn to talk about eating well without triggering concerns about body image or an unhealthy…

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Top ten tips if you’re thinking of going veggie

13 May 2019

Chunky wholemeal veggie pizza. Get the recipe here https://www.eatingmindset.com/chunky-wholemeal-veggie-pizza/ Being vegetarian is one way to help save our planet. So here are my top ten tips if you’re thinking of going veggie. One: The basics.Vegetarians avoid meat, fish, seafood, poultry, gelatine (used in sweets and jellies), animal rennet used in some cheeses including parmesan, Gorgonzola…

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Enjoy sensible drinking all year

31 January 2019

Sensible drinking is easier and more enjoyable than you might think Now that dry January is over many of you will be heading out for a drink on Friday night. Don’t un-do all that great work. Here are my top 5 tips to help you enjoy sensible drinking all year. Make sure you are well…

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Enjoy sensible drinking all year

31 January 2019

Sensible drinking is easier and more enjoyable than you might think Now that dry January is over many of you will be heading out for a drink on Friday night. Don’t un-do all that great work. Here are my top 5 tips to help you enjoy sensible drinking all year. Make sure you are well…

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What’s the skinny on the keto craze?

09 January 2019

It’s January and once again lots of you want to lose a little weight. Many people are asking about the keto diet. So what’s the skinny on the keto craze and is it any use if you want to lose weight. If you are overweight and you have resolved to lose some weight this year…

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What’s the skinny on the keto craze?

09 January 2019

It’s January and once again lots of you want to lose a little weight. Many people are asking about the keto diet. So what’s the skinny on the keto craze and is it any use if you want to lose weight. If you are overweight and you have resolved to lose some weight this year…

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Spicy veggie and prawn bowl

18 October 2018

Calories 190 Fat g 1.3 Fat as saturates g 0.2 Carbs g 16.0 Carbs as sugars g 13.0 Protein g 26.0 Salt g 1.7 Fibre g 4.7 Plant based tasty, nutritious mid week supper A super quick, tasty dish great for mid-week supper when you are pushed for time. Good source of fibre and protein…

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How over 50’s can pack a protein punch

16 October 2018

  Research shows that people over 50 need a bit more protein than younger adults and they need to make sure they eat protein regularly throughout the day. For those of you who take part in sports or gym training several times a week, your requirements may be higher still and you will need a…

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My plant based diet challenge: 30 different plants in a week

02 October 2018

A plant-based diet with plenty of variety is what we need to have healthy gut bugs. Research suggests we need plenty of fibre and at least 30 different varieties of plant per week. As promised here are the results of my plant based diet challenge. Did you beat me? Post on Eating Mindset via Facebook or…

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Are probiotics useless? Find out how to get a healthy gut.

24 September 2018

A recent headline claimed that scientists have proved that probiotics are “next to useless.” So are probiotics useless? I but some myths and show you how to improve the health of your gut. What’s all the fuss about? Probiotics are preparations containing live bacteria, which could improve our gut microbiome and so benefit our health….

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What to do when your child is always hungry?

10 July 2018

All kids are different and some will eat like a bird whilst others seem to have voracious appetites that are never satisfied. So what should you do when your child is always hungry? If you are worried that they are putting on a bit of weight don’t be afraid to address it. We need to…

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Kids and energy drinks don’t mix

14 June 2018

Energy drinks are popular with tweens and teens drawn by the promise of strength, stamina and super-human powers. However there are some serious health concerns associated with these drinks. So what exactly are the dangers and what can you do to help your child? Remember that energy drinks are quite different to sports drinks. Sports…

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Food for focus

12 June 2018

If you have a tween or teen who struggles to focus on learning or those crucial tasks you need them to do around the house then making a few dietary changes might help. Here are my top 5 tips to use food for focus. Help them stay hydrated Ok so it’s not strictly food but…

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Help my child hoards food!

04 June 2018

Behaviour is communication Staying in a constructive frame of mind can be very challenging when faced with a child who hoards food. I am not talking about sneaking the occasional biscuit from the tin or sweet from the jar. This post is intended for parents and carers whose kids have an obsessional, irrational and on-going…

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