Ms Rddhi Naidu, graduated from Queensland University of Technology (Brisbane) with a Bachelors in Health Science, majoring in Nutrition & Dietetics. She has more than 10 years of clinical experience in various settings working with both adults and pediatric patients with a wide range of chronic conditions. She is a member of Singapore Nutrition & Dietetics Association. Upon graduation, she worked in Royal Brisbane Hospital before returning to Singapore, where she practiced in a private hospital for 6.5 years. She then moved to various setting creating her niche, working in private clinics and digital health tech companies. Her experience working in the digital health sector, entails planning and overseeing specific programs to manage chronic conditions, especially diabetes and gestational diabetes. Apart from patient and project management, Rddhi was also involved in food service management, such as menu development and doing in-service training for food service staff preparing therapeutic diets for the hospital’s in-patients.
Rddhi has been providing consultations for her clients in doctor’s clinics, home visits and through virtual consults. This includes delivering individualized medical nutrition therapy for conditions such as diabetes, coronary heart disease, chronic kidney disease, malnutrition, gout, gestational diabetes, oncology and enteral nutrition therapy/tube feeding. Her passion lies in coaching her clients to develop suitable lifestyle interventions with an aim to improve their overall health goals.
Her main specialty includes prenatal, postnatal nutrition and gestational diabetes. Rddhi has published many articles including pregnancy nutrition in Young Parent Magazine, Straits Times Singapore and The New Paper. She has been conducting antenatal nutrition talks in a private hospital and various companies. In her most recent work, she developed an antenatal day program for mums with gestational diabetes, that was implemented in a private maternity medical centre. Rddhi particularly enjoys working with mums to optimize their dietary habits and nutritional status benefitting both mum and baby.
Claudia has a degree in Dietetics and has a special interest in Diabetes, Weight Management & Bariatric Surgery, Chronic Disease, Women’s Health, Mediterranean Diet & Mindful Eating, as well as, in Cancer Nutrition Therapy.
She is a dietitian member of SNDA (Singapore Nutrition and Dietetics Association) and member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Claudia has been practising as a dietitian since 2010, and she has spent four years at Raffles Hospital. For the past years, she has been working with several clinics and medical companies in Singapore.
Claudia has diversified experience from both Europe and Asia, coupled with the expertise of handling a variety of cuisines. She caters to the most varied needs of an individual. When consulting her clients, she educates and creates awareness of the impact of food, while emphasizing the enjoyment of food.
Ong Ting Ting and Lynn Foong