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Diet & Nutrition

Do you suffer from digestive issues?


Would you like to improve your health through diet & nutrition? 


Dietitians are registered health professionals dedicated to helping both healthy and sick people by assessing, diagnosing and treating dietary and nutritional problems. 

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Fay Kaina
Registered dietician

Fay has been a HCPC registered dietitian since 2012.


She has worked in several clinical roles within the NHS, providing her with a breadth of knowledge and experience in delivering nutritional care. Previous areas of practice have included renal medicine, diabetes and, more recently, gastroenterology and gastrointestinal surgery. 


Fay endeavours to continuously learn and develop as a dietitian and has completed several courses and Masters's modules to support her practice. Fay's particular area of interest & expertise is management of IBS and gut related disorders. She has completed both the British Dietetic Association and King’s College London low FODMAP diet and IBS management courses to support with this. 


Fay is passionate about helping people with functional gut and inflammatory bowel disorders and also with disorders relating to women’s health and fertility across the lifespan. She believes in practicing with passion, care and empathy and seeks to gain a deep understanding of the factors which underpin health, illness and nutrition. She seeks to work collaboratively and with specialist knowledge and skills to help and empower people to achieve their goals and manage their conditions.

how can a dietician help me?

Dietitians work by interpreting the science underpinning health and nutrition. A Dietitian will undertake an
assessment and provide treatment for conditions and diseases through education and practical


This includes consideration of many factors impacting on health and disease to form a thorough, person-centred intervention.

Dietitians can support people to make safe changes to their diet or lifestyle or to follow specific therapeutic diets. Dietitians can also advise on preventative measures such as optimising gut health and cardiovascular

protection, amongst others.


Fay specialises in the following: 


Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Inflammatory bowel disease

Gut related disorders 

including gastro-oesophageal reflux disease

functional dyspepsia,
dysmotility and constipation.


Gut and bowel surgery

Women’s health 

including fertility, polycystic ovary syndrome,

endometriosis and menopause

Healthy Food
Diet Plan

diet & nutrition
mot assessment

Have you wondered if you are achieving a balanced diet… or not sure how to get there?

Are your current eating patterns working for you?

Finding it difficult to unpick which dietary messages you should be listening to?

This service is designed for those who want to optimise their overall health through nutrition.

Eating well is essential for good health and wellbeing – but it doesn’t have to be dull or complicated.


A nutrition MOT will help you to find the approach which works for you and improve your confidence in the food choices you make.

In a 45-minute consultation, Fay will undertake a full assessment with you to establish your background, current diet and lifestyle, and your goals. From there you will receive relevant nutritional education and put together a plan tailored specifically to your needs.

45 mins - £85

MOT follow up – 30 mins - £50

It is important to make the right choice when seeking advice on diet and lifestyle.

Though there are several nutritional professional roles, the Dietitian is the only

nutritional professional to be regulated by law,

and are governed by an ethical code to ensure that they always work to the

highest standard (BDA 2022).

More information can be found here.

Dietitian & Nutritional Services

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