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Nutritionists near Cratloe

Megan Widdows
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Megan Widdows

Medically reviewed by

Fiona Moncrieff

4 min read
Last updated June 2024

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 Cratloe. We’ve done the research to provide you with this complete guide to choosing the best option for you.

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Dietitian, nutritionist, or nutritional therapist?

You might have been confused by seeing the different terms nutritionist, dietitian, and nutritional therapist. To clarify this for you:

Table comparing dietitians, nutritionists, and nutritional therapists

For more detail about the differences between nutrition professionals, take a look at our guide comparing dietitians, nutritionists, and nutritional therapists.

Private nutrition clinics near Cratloe

1) Elaine McGowan Dietetic Clinics

The Elaine McGowan Dietetic Clinics were founded by consultant dietitian and clinical nutritionist, Elaine McGowan. The clinics specialise in individually tailored dietary advice and diets for weight management, obesity, PCOS, diabetes, heart disease, irritable bowel syndrome, coeliac disease and gastro-intestinal disorders. Elaine is also a leading expert in sports nutrition.

There are clinics in Dublin and Limerick.
+44 (0)61 490547
Barringtons Hospital, George’s Quay, Limerick, V94 HE2T

2) Eva Hill Nutrition

Eva Hill is a registered nutritionist who specialises in chronic inflammatory disorders including pain, fatigue, skin conditions including acne, psoriasis, eczema, and hives, and digestive disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome, reflux, and heartburn. The clinic focuses on patient centred therapy, including laboratory investigations and examination of medical history.
+44 (0)87 7514 610
35 Cecil St, Limerick, V94 P59X, Ireland

3) Feel Good Nutrition

Feel Good Nutrition is run by Helen Stapleton, a nutritional therapist, who specialises in irritable bowel syndrome, autoimmune diseases, female hormone imbalances and thyroid issues. The clinic also supports clients in reaching their optimum weight, boosting energy and reducing sugar cravings. There are a number of different programmes available, with varying costs.
+44 (0)87 655 5554
30 Bellevue Court, Fr. Russell Road, Limerick, V94 DKV5

Alternative option

The challenge with seeing a nutritionist or dietitian near Cratloe 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:

  • Daily support from a registered dietitian or nutritionist health coach
  • A digital peer support group
  • 2-week, risk-free trial
  • Hundreds of in-app recipe videos
  • Daily educational articles
  • Meal planning and journaling tools
  • Steps, weight, and habit tracking technology

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 near Cratloe can be very expensive (£40-£100/hour).

To compare the prices of visiting a private nutrition clinic anywhere near Cratloe with joining the Second Nature programme, we have added a column representing this (Weekly Nutritionist).

Weekly nutritionist Second Nature
Per month £300 £40

Meet a member

Don’t just take our word for it, hear what a Second Nature member who lives in Cratloe has to say about their experience of making healthy lifestyle changes:

A user information card for Ursula, from Cratloe, near Limerick

1) Have you ever tried any weight loss programmes or slimming clubs prior to Second Nature?

In the past, I’ve tried to lose weight with Weight Watchers, UniSlim, and Slimming World. With all of them, I lost weight to start with but always put it back on again. I liked the weekly weigh-ins though and the chats with the leaders about my progress.

2) How did you hear about Second Nature?

I found out about Second Nature on Facebook. I decided to sign up because I wanted to lose my excess weight and get fit and healthy.

3) What have you learnt from the Second Nature programme?

The programme is great if you can commit to engage fully!

To find out more about what users think of Second Nature, read their stories here.


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