Judy More is a Registered Dietician and Nutritionist, specialising in children’s nutrition. She is an honorary lecturer at several universities and a member of the Royal Society of Medicine, the Nutrition Society, the Association for Nutrition and SENSE Nutrition.

 She studied nutrition at Sydney University and graduated with a BSc. in Biochemistry & Pharmacology and a Postgraduate Diploma in Nutrition & Dietetics. Judy is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council and the Association for Nutrition.

Judy has specialised in paediatric nutrition for over 25 years and has worked in NHS teaching hospitals and community trusts, and private clinics.

Judy helps families through her private consultations, advice to companies, government, nurseries and schools, public lectures, newspaper and magazine articles, books, and television and radio interviews. Judy is keen to encourage consistent nutritional messages and she is in demand as a keynote speaker at conferences, workshops and seminars.

Judy’s interests are in public health issues, and she has researched and written articles on portion sizes for children, weaning, omega-3 fats, vitamin D, fluid requirements in children, and nutritional problems within the UK. She worked with the Department of Health to procure suitable vitamin supplements for the Healthy Start scheme and, with the Infant and Toddler Forum, developed a range of nutrition resources including portion sizes for children aged 1-4 years.

An accomplished food and nutrition writer, Judy has five books to her credit. She also writes for several professional publications.

Judy has a private practice in Chiswick, west London where she sees parents and children for individual consultations, offering expert advice on all feeding problems, fussy faddy eating, weight control, gastro-intestinal problems, allergies, intolerances, vegetarian and vegan diets and other nutritional issues.

Judy works for corporate and charitable groups and can assist marketing departments with product development, nutrition and health claims and promotion.

“Extremely interesting information, well presented. Felt the knowledge of the presenter was vast. ”

— LB, Midwife and Specialist Health Improvement Practitioner