Children’s Nutrition Services
Need expert paediatric nutrition advice? Did you know that 30% of children struggle with tummy troubles like constipation or loose stools? Sadly many have to wait till their 20s to take control of their poop issues because they are feeling fed up and exhausted. If all of your child’s investigations are normal and you want my help to improve your child’s digestive health, we’ll do this by optimising their nutrition using gut-friendly foods and microbiome-targeted therapies. See how you can work with me below.
I’m Bahee Van de Bor, a private paediatric dietitian and former Great Ormond Street Hospital for children trained specialist children’s nutritionist.
Are you looking for a paediatric dietitian who is registered with the British Dietetic Association and has successfully helped families solve their nutrition problems over the past 16 years? Whether you are worried about gut problems like constipation, food allergy (milk allergy) or need to navigate irritable bowel syndrome in children, let me help you manage these with confidence.
Making the right nutritional decisions for your child can be daunting. Dr Google provides ample information on paediatric nutrition but isn’t a qualified children’s nutritionist. So it can start to feel like information overload. You now need someone like me, a paediatric dietitian and children’s nutritionist who is able to give you personalised dietary advice that leads to real results for you and your child.
Worried about your child’s poop issues? Or maybe you need help understanding what’s triggering your child’s bloating, constipation or loose poop. Issues like these can make mealtimes feel like a battle, more stress than satisfaction.
This is where I can help. I’ll help you solve tummy troubles so that your child can resume their normal day to day life. I do this by creating simple, easy to follow plans that lead to the right nutritional outcomes for your baby, toddler or school-aged child.
Fun facts about me. I have authored and published five scientific articles in high ranking journals on renal and the ketogenic diet. I have worked with iTV news, BBC News, Huffington Post, Independent, Telegraph, Times, Victoria Derbyshire Show and spoken at a number of international and national conferences. I have also created a web-based application for families following a special diet.
If you’d like to work with me through my programmes, then I recommend booking a complimentary call first.
As seen on TV
Are mealtimes with your picky eater stressful and a constant battle? I share quick tips LIVE on the Victoria Derbyshire Show.
Looking for tailored advice and help? You can book a single 60 minutes video consultation to get started.
For my 12-week packages and programs that are focused on helping you get results, book a complimentary call first so that I can help you decide which of my programmes is the best fit for you.
Bahee made herself available at the last minute for us to discuss infant nutrition. Thank you for coming despite the short notice!
Bahee was great helping us reviewing our range.
She is an exceptional dietician, she addressed all issues in detail and gave very simple solutions which we thought as parents are very complex. Would highly recommend to any worried parents like us.
Bahee is not only great with her tips on how to effectively disguise those foods that your little one thinks they hate so much, but she’s also great at working with both you and your child so that you can both gain long-term benefits from any time spent with her.
Bahee is a great source of knowledge of children’s nutrition with lots of great experience under her belt. I love her blog it’s fun and factual.
I highly recommend Ms Van de Bor as a Paediatric Dietitian. A truly caring, professional and knowledgeable dietitian who takes the time to really listen and understand you and your child’s situation. She is able to clearly and simplistically explain complex medical terms and provides excellent advice on how to deal with your situation.
My 2-year-old daughter had recurring ear infection issues and I thought swapping cow’s milk for rice milk might help alleviate her body’s inflammation. Some friends of mine have used this trick. However, I was not too sure about giving a toddler a processed beverage [Alpro, Provamil…) on a daily basis to replace natural organic cow’s milk. I sought Bahee’s help and she soundly advised me not to give my daughter any rice milk. She went further, explaining the evidence and gave me specific advice about my daughter’s diet. I am happy I got a professional explaining the reasons behind her advice and able to provide hands-on counselling. Because of Bahee’s advice, I am aware of natural organic in rice drinks. Based on this positive experience, I would certainly attend one of Bahee’s clinics again should my daughter or my new born baby have any food-related issues in the future.
Weaning is a tricky topic for new mums like me. The vast amount of literature out there and conflicting advice from people adds to the confusion. Bahee’s workshop was simple and effective, boiling the whole thing down to 5 key take away points. I feel very confident and calm about weaning now and I look forward to it!
Bahee provided valuable advice and support regarding my 13 mth old son, who was hardly eating any solids despite all my efforts. I really appreciated Bahee’s gentle and thoughtful approach, and the fact her suggestions were backed up by a wealth of expertise in her specialist area. With her support, we saw immediate improvements in my child’s diet and eating behaviours.
Who I've helped so far:
- Children 5 years old and younger
- Children with food allergy
- Children with feeding problems
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