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AVAILABILITY

Alternate Mondays 12:30pm - 7:30pm

THERAPIES

Detoxificaton

Nutrition

Endometriosis and Fertility

Women’s Health

CONSULTATION FEES

Endometriosis and Fertility Clinic £125.00 75 minutes Initial consultation
Endometriosis and Fertility Clinic £50.00 30 minutes Follow up

REGISTERED WITH

BANT; NTC


Dian is the founder and lead nutritionist at the Endometriosis and Fertility Clinic. She is an MA graduate of the Universityof Brighton Faculty of Health Department, and tutors on endometriosis, infertility and nutrition at the Institute for Optimum Nutrition (ION) in London. Dian received her Cert. Ed. in nutrition from the Victoria University of Manchester in 1971 and lectured in nutrition for seventeen years. She gained a BA degree in Education and Psychology from the Open University in 1980, and the Diploma in Nutrition from ION in 1991. She has an MA in Health Education (Europe), where she researched nutrition/health policies and guidelines and looked at phyto-chemicals in food and their effects upon health. Her dissertation was on 'The Role of Nutrition in Pre-conceptual Care'. She mentors ION second and third year students with their clinical practice and advises them on their dissertations. Dian’s research interests are in women's health areas: endometriosis, male and female infertility, premenstrual syndrome, endocrine disorders in males and females, and menopause. She has researched the relationship between endometriosis and diet for ten years, and works closely with physicians in Europe and North America. Dian has published several papers, abstracts and book chapters and has given lectures at scientific meetings in the USA, Europe, Asia, and South America. Dian is an active member of: British Association of Nutrition Therapists (BANT) Nutritional Therapy Council Institute of Optimal Nutrition Endometriosis SHE Trust (Simply Holistic Endometriosis Trust) in the UK Endometriosis Association in the USA European Society for Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM)