Rachel Clarkson is an HCPC registered Specialist Dietitian and Nutritionist, practicing at her clinic, The DNA Dietitian, Harley Street. She is passionate about enabling her clients to reach their best possible health via the use of well evidenced dietary choices and optional genetic analysis. Whether you wish to lose weight, improve your general health, or maximise your performance, Miss Clarkson can provide you with dietary advice based on personalised nutrition to enable you to reach your goals. She specialises in the ground breaking field of Nutrigenomics, in the treatment of digestive problems, and in weight loss. Miss Clarkson has extensive training in the field of Nutrition and Dietetics - she trained at King’s College London and underwent further clinical training at The Royal Marsden, St Thomas’s Hospital and Imperial College Trust. Starting out her career in the NHS as a Clinical Dietitian at Chelsea and Westminster hospital, Miss Clarkson established her private practice on Harley Street. She recently published her Epigenetic research from King's College London in a peer reviewed medical journal and continues with professional development with courses in subjects such as the low FODMAP diet for IBS management, Anti-inflammatory diets and the complex interaction between food and our DNA .
Miss Clarkson can assess and treat conditions such as Obesity, Type 2 diabetes, Osteoporosis, Coeliac Disease, Diverticular Disease, Irritable Bowel syndrome, Constipation, Heart Disease, High Blood Pressure, High Cholesterol, and Malnutrition.
Appointments can be arranged at her private practice on Harley Street, or via video call.
2017-2018, Imperial College Trust, The Royal Marsden, St Thomas's Hospital, Clinical Training
2016-2018, King’s College London- PGDip, Dietetics/Dietitian, Pass with Merit
2014-2015, King’s College London- M.Sc., Nutrition, Pass with Merit
2011-2014, B.Sc., Biomedical Science, First Class Honours
Member of The British Dietetic Association (BDA)