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    Choosing The Right Nutritionist Isn’t Good Taste, It’s the Choice Well Made.


    It’s also about the person’s credentials and experience, of course, and matching the right kind of personality with each client. We can find you nutritionists who have worked with athletes, children, families, executives, recovering addicts and individuals with eating disorders, all with a various range of health objectives. An experienced nutritionist can support your efforts to lose weight, gain muscle mass or increase stamina. They can also can create, implement and help you stick to a healthy eating plan.

    If you or someone in your family must adhere to strict dietary restrictions (see Private Chef), it doesn’t have to prevent you from eating well and enjoying yourself at mealtimes. If you have food allergies, an inability to digest certain foods, or need to keep your blood sugar or enzyme levels within a specific threshold, a nutritionist can help you stay on course with fewer setbacks.

    Benefits of employing a nutritionist


    There are no specific entry requirements to become a nutritionist, but most nutritionists typically have at least a 4-year degree from an accredited college or university.

    Many people opt to attain and hold the Association for Nutrition (AfN) certification, which requires a minimum of degree-level nutrition science. Graduates from AfN-accredited nutrition degrees are eligible to apply for registered associate nutritionist (ANutr) registration. One of the ‘largest learned societies’ in the world for nutrition in the world, the U.K. based Nutrition Society, has offered membership on a voluntary basis since 1941 and serves to keep nutritionists and dietitians up to date with current research.

    Nutritionists specializing in sports and exercise or performance nutrition may elect to hold the Sport and Exercise Nutrition Register (SENr) certification offered by The British Dietetic Association, the trade union and professional body for dietitians in the UK.

    How they will help

    While personal/private chefs can expertly prepare delicious and satisfying meals, nutritionists bring a different set of skills to the table. They ensure that the foods you eat provide your body with the nourishment it needs to perform at peak levels while providing balanced levels of nutrients based on your individual physiology.

    Our nutritionist recruiter Clajah knows exactly what clients need. She meets all clients personally, provides a full, in-depth assessment, then designs a bespoke programme. After that, Clajah carefully matches a highly trained and experienced nutritionist with her client. Personal Trainers are also available should your wellness programme and plan require one.

    Desirable Qualities


    This is one of the few roles where salaries are negotiated on an individual basis, with
    deciding factors including the level of care required, the amount of hours per week that the
    nutritionist is required to work, travel and accommodation considerations and languages.

    This depends on the principal, but usually any professional who is working with well-known or UHNW individuals will be expected to remain discreet and maintain confidentiality at all

    An Irving Scott private  nutritionist usually has nursing and healthcare qualifications, with
    professional certificates in Nutrition, Counselling and Coaching.