Nutrition consultant Charlotte Stirling-Reed (BSc, MSc, RNutr) specialises in child nutrition and weight loss for adults. Charlotte works regularly with the media providing advice and support for parents, children and adults.
- Behaviour change
- First class Nutrition degree and MSc in Nutrition and Public Health
- Working with UK's top media platforms including Channel 4 Food Unwrapped, LBC radio and most UK headline magazines & newspapers.
- Owner of Nutrition Consultancy firm SR Nutrition
Key areas of expertise include:
* Introducing solids
* Fussy Eating
* Infant and toddler nutrition issues
* Overweight, obesity in childhood
* Behaviour change
* Weight loss
* Healthy eating and the elderly
* Healthy Eating on a budget
* Achieving a balanced diet
My name is Charlotte Stirling-Reed and I am a Registered Public Health Nutritionist registered with the Association for Nutrition. I help adults lose weight through healthy eating and help ensure children eat a balanced diet, whether they’re fussy eaters or have issues around mealtimes.
So, if you’re looking for advice to help with childhood eating behaviours or to find out how to become slimmer and fitter, I’m here to provide the information you’re looking for.
With in-depth knowledge in the area of healthy eating for weight loss, I work closely with overweight and obese children, adults and families who need advice and support to achieve and maintain a healthy weight.
As a nutrition advisor, I understand that life creates many barriers to consuming a healthy diet and sometimes we all need a helping hand to try and decipher the correct information from the diet myths that are out there. I can therefore work one-to-one with you to help provide tailored advice for your individual and specific needs.
I obtained a first-class honours degree in Human Biology and Nutrition from Oxford Brookes University and an MSc from Bristol University in Nutrition, Physical Activity and Public Health. To keep up to date with the current science behind nutrition, I regularly attend conferences, courses and training to improve my continued professional development. As part of this, I recently took part in behaviour change training - an important skill to have when helping people to improve eating behaviour and adapt their dietary behaviours.
I truly believe the statement “We do not eat nutrients. We eat food” (Barasi, M.E. 2003) and I also believe that people’s health and lifestyles could often be improved easily by making small, sustainable changes to their dietary intakes and food behaviours.
I look forward to giving you nutrition advice on how to eat for optimum health – whether it’s for you or your child.
MSc - Nutrition, Exercise and Public Health
Bristol University , 2009
BSc (Hons) in Nutrition and Human Biology
Oxford Brookes University., 2008
Health Promotion Nutritionist
Brighton and Hove Food Partnership, 2013 -
Mainly delivering weight loss groups and clinics for members of the public. Also focusing on Infant, toddler and child nutrition running groups and training for parents and health care professionals
Nutritionist and Wellbeing Coordinator
Age UK, 2012 -
Delivering and coordinating Healthy Eating Workshops around Sussex for people in later life with an aim to help improve their eating and activity and therefore their quality of life
Food Project Officer
Aston Mansfield Charity, 2009 -
Running a project aimed at helping after school clubs to meet a high standard of nutrition.
NHS - Community Nutritionist
Early Childhood Services Community Nutrition Team. , -
Running workshops, one-to-one consultations, education sessions, training days as well as leading on a “Healthy Lifestyles Pilot”, helping families with overweight children to adopt a healthy lifestyle.