Title

Specialist ED Dietitian & Sports Nutritionist

Qualifications

BSc (Hons) Nutrition & Dietetics Masters

Specialty

Dietician

Region

London

Maja Berry

Maja Berry is originally from South Africa, but qualified as a dietitian in the UK in 2011. She has specialised in eating disorders since 2015, when she started working at the Priory Roehampton, covering the adult and adolescent inpatient wards. Her time on the adolescent ward increased her interest in the link between osteopenia, amenorrhea and anorexia, which led to a sports nutrition masters in 2019. 


Maja began her private practice in 2020 and was able to provide outpatient nutritional support to adults and adolescents struggling with an eating disorder. She has subsequently grown her practice to include people struggling with REDs and continues to be interested in this area of nutrition. Many elite sports people believe it is natural in adolescence to have primary amenorrhea, which is often only investigated at the point of repeated injury. They do not have an eating disorder, but as a result of insufficient energy intake compared to energy expenditure, they can potentially develop osteopenia. This is very easily remedied with optimum nutritional balance.   

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Maja Berry

Specialist ED Dietitian & Sports Nutritionist | London

Maja Berry is originally from South Africa, but qualified as a dietitian in the UK in 2011. She has specialised in eating disorders since 2015, when she started working at the Priory Roehampton, covering the adult and adolescent inpatient wards. Her time on the adolescent ward increased her interest in the link between osteopenia, amenorrhea and anorexia, which led to a sports nutrition masters in 2019. 


Maja began her private practice in 2020 and was able to provide outpatient nutritional support to adults and adolescents struggling with an eating disorder. She has subsequently grown her practice to include people struggling with REDs and continues to be interested in this area of nutrition. Many elite sports people believe it is natural in adolescence to have primary amenorrhea, which is often only investigated at the point of repeated injury. They do not have an eating disorder, but as a result of insufficient energy intake compared to energy expenditure, they can potentially develop osteopenia. This is very easily remedied with optimum nutritional balance.   

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Email:

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Upcoming courses

Face-to-face: Sports Nutrition – Fuelling the Amateur & the Elite

With Maja Berry, Specialist ED Dietitian & Sports Nutritionist

Thu 2nd Sep 2021 | 19:00 - 21:00 | £45+VAT | London

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