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A note from Isabelle Fry, Lead Dietitian

Since graduating with an honours degree in Dietetics, I have worked as a dietitian at Guys and St Thomas' Foundation Trust as well as Lewisham Hospital, Kingston Primary Care Trust and Your Healthcare. I have been involved in diabetes, weight management, cardiac health, malnutrition, IBS, as well as many other clinical fields.

Get in touch

If you don't find an answer below or on the site, I would love the opportunity to help you. You can get in touch with me directly by filling in the form below or by contacting me:
by phone on 07789 778990
by email on hello@diet-matters.com

Some FAQs

How do I go about making an appointment?

Please drop me an email or give me a call and we can chat about your availability and work around you to make an appointment.

How long will the appointment last?

An initial appointment lasts 1-1.5 hours and a follow up lasts 30 minutes.

Where are the appointments held?

In my clinic in Ashtead or home visits can be arranged, as well as Skype/ phone consultations.

Do you offer a discount on multiple appointments?

Yes, if you book 3 appointments (an initial and 2 follow ups) we can offer you a discounted package rate.

Do you offer group education?

Yes, we offer group education about healthy eating, diabetes, heart health, nutrition in pregnancy etc.

What is the difference between a dietitian and a nutritionist?

"The title ‘dietitian’ is protected by the Health Professions Council. All registered dietitians (RDs) have a university degree or post-graduate qualification which involves nutrition science theory and supervised training in both clinical and community settings. Many dietitians work in hospitals and clinics, advising individuals in need of therapeutic diets, but dietitians also work in many other areas supporting public health through improved food choices. Dietitians are expert in both the science and the communication of nutrition, and registration ensures that dietitians practice to a code of ethics, and maintain professional development. Most dietitians are also members of their professional body, the British Dietetic Association.

The title ‘nutritionist’ is less defined, and is not protected. There are several degree level courses in nutrition, and upon qualification, many register as nutritionists (RNutr) or as public health nutritionists (RPHNutr) with The Nutrition Society. Nutritionists work in government, industry, sports, education, media and for charities, supporting the collection and communication of information about food and health. Some nutritionists provide general guidance to individuals about eating to support good health.

The areas I cover

The practice is based at 34 Taleworth Road, Ashtead, KT21 2PY, Surrey.

I also cover clients in Epsom, Leatherhead, Cobham, Dorking, Surbiton, Cheam, New Malden, London and surrounding areas.

Ashtead
Epsom
Cheam
Cobham
London
Dorking
Surbiton
Leatherhead
New Malden

Initial consultations can take place in my office or in your own home.
I also offer Skype consultations where suitable.
Please note: consultations in your home will be at an extra charge.