Expert nutrition advice for physical health and mental well-being.
Laura Clark, Registered Dietitian and Sports Nutritionist is the founder of Laura Clark Nutrition.
Laura provides a realistic and achievable approach to nutrition in your day to day life. No gimmicks, no fad diets, just sound, evidence- based advice tailored to you.
She helps you to focus on your health, your way. Over 18 years of experience, in the NHS and beyond has given her the opportunity to work with thousands of patients and clients, from helping them find relief from symptoms and medical conditions, to improving health and body composition or building excellence in sports performance.
Laura specialises in IBS, Coeliac Disease, PCOS and weight management, women’s health, family and sports nutrition. She takes the most up to date public health and scientific research on food, health and disease and translates this into practical, tailored guidance to empower and enable people to make informed food and lifestyle choices that work for them.
Laura is an exceptional dietitian and valued colleague. Her clinical expertise and practical and down to earth attitude consistently enables her clients to make long term health behaviour changes that they can maintain for life.
– Professor Tanya Byron, Clinical Psychologist and Media Personality
Laura regularly contributes to the media and main stream press. She has appeared on BBC Breakfast, ITV news, Channel 5 and BBC London radio to discuss and debate topical nutrition issues. Her TV credits include ITV’s “The Biggest Loser”(2011), BBC1’s Lose Weight for Love (2016) with Professor’s Paul Dolan and Tanya Byron, BBC2’s “Further Back in Time for Dinner” (2017) and BBC1’s Holding Back the Years (2018) with Ainsley Harriott.
Laura shares her love of no nonsense nutrition with informative blogs helping everyone to #eatitreal with a commitment to providing nutrition information that is jargon free and accessible. Read her pledge for RDs4disclosureUK and disclaimer here.
Laura is registered with the Health Professions Council and is a member of the British Dietetic Association. Dietitians are the only nutrition professionals to be statutory regulated and governed by an ethical code to ensure they always work to the highest standard.