I am a registered dietitian who is keen to promote evidence based nutrition and show how 1) healthy eating can be tasty and 2) how it can be achieved in our fast-paced lifestyles! My philosophy to food and healthy eating has always been finding the right balance and I believe all foods have their place in a healthy balanced diet. 

After completing my degree at Surrey University I worked in a variety of clinical conditions within the NHS including renal failure, Heart disease, childhood nutrition and up until September 2015 I was a Specialist Diabetes Dietitian at Kings College Hopsital, one of London's largest teaching hospitals. 

After the birth of my second child I decided a change of direction was necessary. I became a freelance dietitian to allow me to continue working with clients (both NHS and private) whilst also being a full time mum to my young children. I run my private clinic from Stamford, Lincolnshire 

I have always loved cooking and developing meal plans to suit individual needs e.g. weekly meal planner for the whole family to enjoy or a calorie controlled meal plan for weight loss. My love of cooking (and newly found enjoyment of writing) led to me collaborating with the Carbs and Cals team on developing recipes books including their SALADS  and SOUPS book. For an insight into my own kitchen creations check out my photos page or follow me on instagram

I met with Victoria when i was a mother of three pre-schoolers, all of whom had an insatiable appetite! I was confused over what and when to feed them, projecting some of my own anxieties around eating on them. Victoria was non-judgemental and spoke openly about food anxietites and how not to pass them onto kids. Victoria showed me how snacks can be part of a healthy diet and which ones to use that were convenient, portable and practical. Victoria totally got that parents get stressed/tired and don’t have the time to make protein balls or vegan brownies. Her suggestions are practical, simple and most importantly my kids eat time! I found her advice really helpful in a subject that can feel a minefield at times.
— Zoe, Stamford