I am Nicola, a registered dietitian with 10 years of clinical experience in the NHS across various settings including GP surgeries, community clinics and hospital wards. I am an advanced specialist in diabetes having worked with several specialist multi-disciplinary diabetes services in London. Clients refer to me as being very knowledgeable and empathetic.

As a freelance dietitian, I have supported a range of clients to achieve their goals while improving the overall nutritional balance of their diet. I strive to promote overall health and wellbeing using holistic approaches which consider all aspects of an individuals day-to-day life. I have undertaken formal talks for pharmaceutical companies as well as nutrition workshops and roadshows. I have a wealth of knowledge and expertise in delivering group education sessions on subjects such as weight management, malnutrition and diabetes remission. I am a certified DESMOND and DAFNE educator (evidence-based structured education courses for individuals with type 2 and type 1 diabetes).

I am the Lead Dietitian at the Diabetes Reversal Company, the world’s first dedicated one stop service for people who want to reverse their Type 2 Diabetes through low calorie diets. More information can be found at


University of Surrey
1st Class Hons BSc Nutrition and Dietetics
Accredited DESMOND Educator
Certified DAFNE Educator

Training Courses

  • Insulin Initiation and Titration
  • Pancreatic Enzyme Insufficiency
  • Carbohydrate counting and Insulin Dose Adjustment course
  • Behaviour Change Training Level 1 and 2

Published by N K Clarke

Diabetes Dietitian

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