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About Jane Freeman

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

About Jane

Jane Freeman (BSc Grad.Dip.Diet&Nutr, M.Mgt, APD) holds a Bachelor in science (nutrition, physiology, biochemistry), Grad Dip in Nutrition & Dietetics, Diploma in Paediatric nutrition and recently completed the IOC Gradulate Diploma in Sports Nutrition (2 years course).

Jane has taken courses in minfulness practice and is a certified NLP (neuro-linguistics practitioner). At the core of her work is a love and passion for good food, as she  trained as a professional cook at Leiths School of Food and Wine in London.  She is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian and has been registered in the UK and Singapore. She is also a member of Sport’s Dietitians Australia (www.sda.com.au).

She has run her  own private practice in Harley St London in The Princess Grace Hospital and London Oncology Clinic in Harley street. She was described in Tatler magazine as  London’s best Nutritionist and worked with a number of embassies and high profile individuals. Jane was awarded a highly commended prize at the 2013 British Medical Association Book awards and featured on Food Detectives in Asia, BBC breakfast and numerous other news and radio programs.

Jane is also known for working collaboratively with many top consultants and medical teams in the UK, Singapore and she now works with medical teams at the Poche centre, North Sydney.

The Dietitian Difference

All dietitians consider themselves nutritionists, but nutritionists without dietetic qualifications and registration cannot use the term dietitian or take on specialist dietetic roles in hospitals.  According to the Dietitians Association of Australia, after Dietitians complete a Bachelor of Science they are required to obtain further qualifications in Human Nutrition, a course of study that includes substantial theory as well as supervised and assessed professional practice in clinical nutrition, medical nutrition therapy and food service management. Dietitians commit to evidence based practice and CPD logs are completed annually as part of their registration. Dietitians are also the only nutrition professionals recognised by Medicare.