Aveen Bannon RD
BSc. (Hons) (Human Nutrition and Dietetics), H Dip DBSIT, M.I.N.D.I
Born in Dublin, Aveen has practiced widely in hospitals both in Ireland and the UK prior to setting up the dublin nutrition centre in 2003. She graduated from Trinity College with a BSc. (Hons) (Human Nutrition and Dietetics) and completed a business diploma in Smurfit Business School. She is also a current member of the I.N.D.I (Irish Nutrition & Dietetic Institute), is trained in the low FODMAP diet and has completed level 2 behaviour change training.
Since qualifying Aveen has gained a wide range of experience in various different medical fields. Having trained in St. James’s hospital, her professional experience began in the Dietetic Department of the Luton & Dunstable Hospital NHS Trust, UK. On returning to Ireland, Aveen rejoined her training ground hospital, St. James, as a Senior Clinical Nutritionist.
Aveen is currently considered one of the top dietitians in the country. Since setting up the dublin nutrition centre Aveen has provided nutrition services to many health institutions including RehabCare, ARC Cancer support Centre and the Marie Keating Foundation.
Aveen also has a keen interest in health promotion and nutrition education. She regularly gives talks and presentations to companies at health & wellbeing seminars and provides regular nutrition consultancy for food companies.
Aveen provides regular nutrition consultancy for media communications such as print, TV and radio. She offered nutrition support on RTEs What Are You Eating and was a judge on RTEs Healthy Appetite
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