Are you looking to make some healthy changes and lose some weight? Having a personal consultation with a nutritionist is a great step in the right direction.
Being the largest city in Somerset, there are a number of different options if you live in or near Bath. We have done the research to provide you with this complete guide to choosing the best option for you.
You might have been confused by seeing the different terms nutritionist, dietitian, and nutritional therapist. To clarify this for you:
For more detail about the differences between nutrition professionals, take a look at our guide comparing dietitians, nutritionists, and nutritional therapists.
This clinic offers 1-1 consultations, online or in person, with nutritional therapist, Maria Bez. Maria offers both nutritional therapy and kinesiology to clients, using an approach that aims to bring ‘balance’ back to the body.
Kinesiology is a form of natural healing therapy that focuses on joints and muscles. It is a different discipline to nutrition, but Maria believes they complement each other. Maria offers a wide range of treatments, from food intolerances to transgender health and wellbeing.
+44 (0)122 533 2894
Nourish, 33 Gay Street, Bath, BA1 2NT
This clinic is run by Alexis Prior, a nutritional therapist, who takes the functional medicine approach. This approach differs from conventional medicine and looks at ‘healing’ the body by alternative methods.
Alexis mainly works with women over the age of 40, with a focus on female digestive health and auto-immune conditions.
Alexis offers 1-1 consultations, as well as group programmes for people starting to make changes and women going through menopause.
+44 (0)790 973 2017
26 Monmouth Street, Bath, BA1 2AP
Laura, a registered dietitian offers a private clinic. Her dietetic experience allows her to specialise in IBS, Coeliac Disease, PCOS and weight management, women’s health, family, and sports nutrition.
Consultations are offered both online and over the phone.
+44 (0)791 747 3181
‘The Hub’, Mulberry Way, Combe Down, Bath, BA2 5BU
The challenge with seeing a nutritionist or dietitian in Bath is that you have to take a few hours out of your week to travel to and from the session and have the consultation. There are also travelling expenses associated with face-to-face consultations.
For this reason, many people prefer the convenience of an online programme, where they can communicate with their nutritionist or dietitian around their busy lifestyle.
Second Nature is a 3-month online programme that helps you to lose weight and make sustainable lifestyle changes. Second Nature combines support from registered nutritionists and dietitians with the convenience of an app-based programme.
Many people are more familiar with Weight Watchers or Slimming World, so we created a guide comparing the digital programmes with Second Nature to help you decide what’s best for you.
When you sign up to the Second Nature programme you get:
Second Nature tackles weight loss by focusing on your habits and changing your behaviours. This means that any healthy lifestyle changes you make will be sustainable and last in the long term.
Take a look at our Trustpilot reviews to understand what people think of the programme.
Weekly face-to-face sessions with a dietitian, nutritionist, or nutritional therapist at a clinic in Bath can be very expensive (£40-£100/hour).
To compare the prices of visiting any private nutrition clinic in Bath with joining the Second Nature programme, we have added a column representing this (Weekly Nutritionist).
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Don’t just take our word for it, hear what an Second Nature member who lives in Bath has to say about her experience of making healthy lifestyle changes:
1) Have you ever seen a nutritionist or dietitian in the Bath area?
No. I have known dietitians in the past, but I have not had a consultation.
2) Have you ever tried any weight loss programmes or slimming clubs before you tried Second Nature?
Yes, I had success at Slimming World, but as we all read, the weight comes back on again over a couple of years. I sort of went back, but it seemed to me that my failure would be their success by trying again.
3) How did you hear about Second Nature?
Nothing more complicated than a Twitter Ad. However, the ad reminded me that I had read about the programme somewhere else beforehand.
4) What made you sign up?
I sense I am overweight again. The advert suggested a good success rate and a positive completion rate.
5) Would you say that Second Nature is good value for money?
Yes, I would! In terms of the raw numbers, it has run out at just over £10 per kilogram of weight loss for me, but everyone will be different. It has also saved me money by allowing me to get some nice looking clothes out of the wardrobe that I couldn’t fit into before. I imagine that I will be able to hold my new habits.