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I’m Meredy. I have been a cancer dietitian for more than 18 years. You can read more about my experience below. But I don’t want to talk about me just yet. I want to talk about you.


When you are diagnosed with cancer, undergoing treatment, or in recovery, you may feel like control of your life has been taken away. You may feel confused, scared, anxious, low, angry or just plain exhausted.


Taking back control and doing something positive helps alleviate many of these feelings. And that is where I come in. I help you take control of your diet to make you feel better, both physically and emotionally.


There is a huge amount of conflicting dietary information out there and it can be hard to know what to believe or what is relevant to your particular situation.


As an expert in cancer nutrition, I work one-to-one with you to investigate your specific dietary needs and show you how to put the latest dietary advice into practice in a way that works in your life. This is not just about giving you information though. I am here to listen to you, support you and encourage you as you take back control.



  • I have 18 years of experience working in a number of university teaching hospitals in the NHS as well as private practices. I feel very proud to have worked as a Macmillan dietitian for much of my career.

  • I am one of the few specialists with dual qualifications as a cancer dietitian and a nutritional therapist. This means I combine medical insight with a holistic point of view.

  • I will give advice that is specific to you, not generalisations.

  • I will give you the time you need to feel safe and reassured, not rushed in and out.

  • I can work alongside your doctors and your healthcare team to ensure we’re working collaboratively.

  • I can advise you about nutritional supplements should you need them.



Dietitian and Registered Nutritional Therapist

BSc (Hons) Dietetics, Dip NT

mBDA,mBANT,mNNA,HCPC & CNHC registered


I am registered with all major Private Medical Insurance Companies, with the exception of AXA PPP.