Kate Hilton RD, BSc

Lead Dietitian and Head of Dietetics

Kate is a Registered Dietitian who graduated with 1st class honours from the University of Surrey in 2020.

She has worked within both the NHS and on a private and freelance basis, founding Diets Debunked in 2021, alongside working with Harley Street and Staines firm Dietitian Fit & Co since 2022.

She primarily specialises in diabetes and gastrointestinal disorders and has helped hundreds of clients improve their gastrointestinal conditions over the past year.

She is FODMAP trained by Monash University, the leading researcher into the low FODMAP diet, and is registered with The British Dietetic Association and Health & Care Professionals Council.

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Qualifications and Regulations

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I became a dietitian with one goal in mind; to help people improve their health and wellbeing in a sustainable way, with as much support as they need to achieve their goals. I have helped hundreds of clients lose weight, improve their diabetes, lower their blood pressure and reduce their IBS symptoms, among many other conditions.

Clinical Expertise and services

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Consultation type
  • Online
  • Telephone
Gut Health
  • Intolerances
  • Acid reflux
  • Bloating/gas
  • Digestion
  • Constipation
  • Pain/discomfort
  • Assessments for other clinical conditions which may be mistaken for IBS
  • Gut microbiome health test
Irritable Bowel Syndrome/Low FODMAP
  • Initial first-line elimination approach
  • Guidance and support through the low FODMAP diet
  • Pre/probiotic recommendations
  • Fibre manipulation

A comprehensive guide to IBS

Elimination Diets
  • Assessment of current diet
  • Introduction and maintenance of elimination diet
  • Reintroduction and identification of dietary triggers
Diabetes
  • Pre-diabetes
  • Type 1 diabetes
  • Type 2 diabetes
  • Type 3c diabetes
Cardiovascular Health
  • Management of hypertension
  • Management of high cholesterol
  • Management of heart disease