Women’s nutrition

During key developmental and transition points in women’s lives such as pregnancy and childbirth or menopause, correct nutrition becomes more important than usual. So too can diet play a supporting role in preparing for surgery, recovering from a procedure or managing a condition.

With the support of a dietician, we can help patients to manage endometriosis, PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome), bloating, abdominal pain and other gynaecological concerns through diet. Likewise we can work with bariatric surgery patients, on either side of the procedure.

Whether it’s about reconsidering dietary choices, or making big lifestyle changes, our expert advice and guidance can help.

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