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Carine Henry RD

Hi, I’m Carine!

Registered Dietitian
& Paediatric Nutrition specialist

 
My therapeutic dietetic work involves a depthful understanding of food, feeding and nutrition as it relates to the gastrointestinal tract, the immune system and the nervous system. I bring additional focus to the relationship with food through experience and learning; the development of the microbiota and the relevance of the gut-brain connection and nervous system. My context is always through a nutritional lens, but I work holistically with a child-centred understanding of how the body works.
 
A varied working life in Paediatric Nutrition for over 30 years, I continue to connect with a range of health professionals working with children, across Eat Anglia.  In Food Allergy and Gastroenterology, Neurodiversity and with psychotherapy, yoga, art and mindful tools.
 
I contribute to supervision and multidisciplinary team working in key areas, with NHS and independent colleagues; as well as regular Dietetic appraisal with an approved Supervisor.

Carine Henry RD

Founder of Paediatric Nutrition

HCPC Registered
BDA Full Member

Working With Carine

  • Passionate about supporting parents, families and children with dietary treatment or diet-related behaviour change. Carine provides a supportive space to listen and help make sense of what’s happening. Working holistically with practical strategies and goals, keeping a child-centred approach, she helps foster good relationships with food, nurturing behaviours and create boundaries to work within.

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What’s in Carine’s Tool Box?

Extensive Library of Nutrition Resources

Extensive Library of Nutrition Resources

Nutrients, Groups, Plans, Recipes

Nutrients, Groups, Plans, Recipes

Guided Self-help Modules

Guided Self-help Modules

Food Experience Models

Food Experience Models

Carine’s Take On Why

Food, Feeding & Nutrition Matters

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  • Origins of life-long health are influenced very early in life, and this journey begins in pregnancy. It is related to birthing and choices around infant feeding. An enormous body of evidence supports natural birth where possible, feeding at the breast and diet diversity as the most important indicators for life-long health.

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