Lucy completed her Master of Nutrition degree and quickly specialised in Paediatric and Infant Nutrition. She has worked in a range of settings including; Specialist Mental Health Services, Community Clinics, Special Schools and Acute care settings.
Alongside her NHS role, Lucy works as a Freelance Paediatric Dietitian which includes a role within a specialised multidisciplinary feeding clinic.
Lucy is regularly involved in the provision of training and lectures, to peers or other health professionals, on various aspects of paediatric nutrition and dietetics, both at local and international conferences. Lucy is also a media spokesperson for the British Dietetic Association and has been featured on national and local television, radio, newspaper articles and online blogs.
Penny is a registered dietitian with over 25 years' experience as a paediatric dietitian working in the NHS. She specialises in paediatric food allergy and gastroenterology and has extensive knowledge of all food allergies, coeliac disease and recurrent abdominal pain &diarrhoea in children.
Alongside her NHS role, Penny works as a freelance dietitian on different types of projects. She provides mentoring, training & lectures to peers, healthcare professionals & student dietitians on various aspects of paediatric nutrition & dietetics.
Penny has a passion for delivering evidence-based, up to date information to ensure parents & their children get accurate, patient-centred advice to allow them to growth & flourish throughout childhood.
Dr. Adam Fox
Dr. Adam Fox
Adam is a Deputy Medical Director (Commercial) for Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospitals NHS Foundation, a Professor of Paediatric Allergy at King’s College London and the founding Director of the KCL Allergy Academy, a postgraduate educational programme.
Adam chaired the UK Department of Health National Care Pathway for Food Allergy in Childhood and was a member of the National Institute of Healthcare and Clinical Excellence (NICE)clinical guideline development group for the assessment and diagnosis of food allergy in children.
Wendy is a registered dietitian with over 15 years of experience in NHS and private practice as an adult and paediatric dietitian.
Wendy has a particular interest in ‘fussy eating’ and cow’s’ milk protein allergy. Her extensive experience enabled her to provide educational material and deliver training to GPs, Health Visitors, Nurses and Schools.
She has had the pleasure of helping families to improve their mealtime experiences and as a result improved the health and wellbeing of not only the child who is the fussy eater but also the wellbeing of the entire family.
Harriet studied medicine at the University of Cambridge and has over a decade of experience as a paediatric doctor. Additionally, she has a PhD in genetics from University College London and is a Registered Nutritionist with the Association for Nutrition. Commissioned to write the first degree of its kind in culinary, nutrition and health, Harriet uses these uniquely developed skills for the benefit of her clients and students.