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London, London, E16
Jas Kudhail

MsJKDietitian offers high quality, comprehensive nutrition & dietetic advice to individuals & groups. Based in London, MsJKDietitian can help you to make dietary changes for long term health improvements, by offering nutritional analysis & tailored advice via face to face or online consultations.

Why Choose Us

Jas is fully registered with the Health & Care Professions Council (DT27618) and a member of the British Dietetic Association and Nutrition Society.

Our Guarantees

MsJKDietitian is committed to treating you in a SMART way: Supportive, Motivated, Approachable, Respectful, Trustworthy and we don’t judge.


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MsJKDietitian was founded by Jas who qualified as a dietitian in 2014, with a Masters degree in Dietetics and Nutrition from London Metropolitan University. Previously Jas, graduated with 1st class honours in Public Health Nutrition and was awarded the Kellogg’s Prize award from Sheffield Hallam University.
Jas currently works in the NHS and has previously worked as an Assistant Lecturer at Coventry University.
Jas is a newly qualified dietitian, and therefore will be able to provide you with most up to date research and use this scientific knowledge to provide information and advice around specific conditions to meet your needs.
MsJKDietitian provide specific dietetic/nutritional consultations. Focusing on:

• Weight management – (weight loss, gain and maintenance)

• Type 2 diabetes or pre-diabetes

• High cholesterol

• High blood pressure/ hypertension

• Healthy eating

• Heart disease

• Gastrointestinal disorders – IBS (including the new low FODMAP diet), Crohn’s disease, Ulcerative colitis, Coeliac disease

• Polycystic Ovaries Syndrome (PCOS)

• Food allergies / food intolerances

• Arthritis – (rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis)

• Children’s health (weight management, allergies, fussy eating, faltering growth and general healthy eating)

If you would like specific dietetic advice on a condition not listed here, please contact us to see how we can help you.


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