Leading Sports Dietitian

Leading sports dietician specialising in REDs, female health and eating disorders. From clinic days to mountainside support, Renee works tirelessly to ensure her clients are fuelled by science-backed strategies and her years of knowledge in the industry. 

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I offer consultations that aim to help you achieve a healthy attitude towards health, fitness and food.

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Please Note: If during our consultation it is found that further recommendations at our clinic are unable to be made due to certain criteria, such as the patient is under the age of 16, has a BMI of under 17.5, or weight and height, (for under 18s) is below 85%, or we have unmanageable clinical safety concerns around the client’s baseline health and needs, then Renee will outline our recommended care options that can be taken outside of our clinic.

Behind the scenes at Team RM

Renee McGregor BSc (hons) PGDIP (DIET) PGCERT(sportsnutr) RD BASES Renee is a leading sports dietitian, specialising in Eating Disorders, REDs, The Female Athlete, Athlete Health and Performance. Her practice and knowledge are supported by extensive experience of working in both clinical and performance nutrition, including, Olympic (London, 2012), Paralympic (Rio, 2016) and Commonwealth (Queensland, 2018) teams, as well as with a number of Olympic athletes (most recently a Paris time-holder) and a number of GB teams, as well as English and Scottish National Ballet.

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