Sue Acreman


Sue Acreman

Dip Dietetics (1974); ISM diploma management (1999); MSc 2000 ; clincal leadership programme 2001;Doctorate in Health studies 2008-2012 (partly completed); Diploma in professional practice 2011; OU mentoring skills badge (2016)

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Hello, I am a HCPC registered Dietitian a Fellow of the British Dietetic Association and a member of its specialist Oncology group.

I have over 40 years experience helping people manage their illnesses and condtions by changing their diet and lifestyle.

Having supported and cared for many people with cancer for 26 years in the NHS in South Wales, I truly understand the daily struggles and challenges they face to improve their health and well-being – and feel supported during their difficult journey.

I know that people with cancer need and want  to know how their food and diet can help them during their illness.

I can help you with your nutrition and dietary challenges by :

Helping you maintain a healthy lifestyle while living with cancer

Guiding you through the maze of information about diet and cancer

Providing personalised advice if cancer  and its side effects prevents you from eating and drinking well.  Side effects such fatigue, breathlessness, weight loss or poor appetite can also be managed with dietary changes.

Helping you  to consider the benefits and pitfalls of alternative diets for cancer.


Industry Services


Clinical Expertise

  • Cancer
  • complementary/alternative
  • diets
  • ethnic diet
  • ketogenic diet
  • macrobiotic diet
  • palliative care
  • vegan diet
  • vegetarian diet

Geographical Areas Served

  • UK