Are you looking to make some healthy changes and lose some weight? Receiving support and guidance from a registered nutritionist is a great step in the right direction.
There are a number of different options if you live in Morden. We’ve 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.
London Dietitians was set up by registered dietitian, Lynda Mallinson, in 2002. The clinic offers a caring and support-led service using an expertise and knowledge-led approach to food and dietetics. As registered dietitians, staff are highly qualified to advise on diet as a treatment for a range of medical conditions including IBS, heart disease, cancer, diabetes and osteoporosis.
+44 (0)743 626 3320
14 Merton Park Parade, Wimbledon, London, SW19 3NT
La Mindful Nutritionist is a nutrition clinic run by Catherine Marshall, a registered nutritionist. The clinic specialises in intuitive eating, offering a nutritional approach that is centred around learning to listen to your body and find the best weight for your body.
+44 (0)7 834 320 328
116 Graham Road, London, SW19 3SJ
The Family Dietitian was founded by Selina Archer, a registered dietitian. The clinic specialises pre- and post-natal advice, nutrition for babies and children, and weight management and nutrition support for all ages. Nutritional advice is focused around embedding small changes into clients lifestyles, helping them to improve their weight and health in the long term.
+44 (0)7539 588 523
26 Pendarves Road, Wimbledon, London SW20 8TS
The challenge with seeing a nutritionist or dietitian in Morden 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.
In the current climate, most in-face appointments have been shifted to online but might still cost the same amount. On top of this, you’re limited to your appointment slot rather than getting support as and when you need it.
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. Plus, many individuals find a digital peer support group to be motivating and helpful.
Second Nature is a digital 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.
The Second Nature programme focuses on three areas that lead to long-term habit change: tracking, support, and education. When you sign up for the programme, you receive:
We’ll help you replace bad habits with healthy ones, entirely from our app with no need for face-to-face meetings.
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 Morden can be very expensive (£40-£100/hour).
To compare the prices of visiting a private nutrition clinic anywhere in Morden 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 a Second Nature member who lives in Morden has to say about their experience of making healthy lifestyle changes:
In the past, I have tried to lose weight with Slimming World and Weight Watchers. Although I liked the sense of progress I felt after the weekly meetings, I didn’t get along with the “one size fits all” approach, or the forced enthusiasm and slightly patronising approach. I disliked how each brand would push us to eat their own branded processed food. I never managed to maintain any weight lost.
I first heard about Second Nature through social media. When I was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, I knew something needed to change and asked for a referral from my GP.
I think the different approach to weight loss (i.e. behaviour change) is refreshing and I liked how the scales synced up with the app, making it easier to track weight loss.