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About Eleana

I have always been fascinated by medicine and by how our body functions. Food has always been my hobby; I love reading about it, developing recipes, cooking and of course enjoying it! When it was time for me to choose a career, combining my interest in medicine and my love for food was the only way forward.

I completed a BSc in Nutrition and Dietetics from King’s College London and went on to study for a Masters in Public Health (MPH) at Imperial College London. Following this, I worked as a Research Dietitian, while studying for a Masters in Primary Health Care (Diabetes Management) at the University of Oxford. I have also received training on Intensive Insulin Therapy for Type 1 diabetes at King’s College London.

I consider myself extremely lucky as apart from my clinical practice, I have also had the opportunity to work as a dietitian in a variety of settings.

I worked in academia, where I coordinated research studies to help patients with diabetes optimise their blood glucose control, through educational and behavioural interventions.

I acted as a Dietetic Consultant for the development of nutritional education tools, teaching resources and smartphone applications, widely used in routine clinical practice for the management of a variety of medical conditions.

I have also written various articles (check links under Publications) for medical journals and specialist magazines and I developed online education resources on nutrition-related topics.

With over 10 years dietetic experience I now run my own successful private dietetic practice in London, offering dietetic services of the highest quality.

Qualifications

BSc (Hons) Nutrition and Dietetics King’s College London
Master of Public Health Imperial College London
Master in Primary Health Care (Specialist Area – Diabetes) University of Oxford
Master of Science in Diabetes Care: Intensive Insulin Therapy Module King’s College London

Professional Registrations

Name of Professional Body
Health and Care Professions Council
British Dietetic Association
Diabetes UK
British Heart Foundation

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