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nutritionist

Dietitian / Nutritionist

Provides guidance on how to maintain and support a healthy diet and pregnancy to ensure proper and adequate nutrition intake.

Suzanne Khor

Dietetics

Chief Dietitian

Suzanne has been practising as a Clinical Dietitian for over 18 years. Having worked as a Senior Dietitian in KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital for over 10 years, Suzanne has comprehensive knowledge in treating adults and children with nutritional problems. Prior to KK Hospital, she has managed adult medical nutrition therapy for general medicine, neurological medicine and cardiac medicine through her working experience at Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Polyclinics and private hospitals. Over the course of her career, she has contributed to articles in Singapore magazines and newspapers and delivered talks and trainings on nutrition. Suzanne has special interests in nutrition for children, pregnant mothers, weight management, digestive disorders, nutrition in feeding difficulties, diet therapy for neurological disorders and eating disorders. 
 
Some of the conditions that she manages include: gestational diabetes, diabetes Type 1 and Type 2, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), infertility, poor weight gain in pregnancy, hyperemesis gravidarum, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), underweight/ IUGR, overweight/obesity, allergy, eating disorders, poor weight gain in children/fussy eating/infant feeding difficulties/ food aversion in children and diet therapy for neurological disorders (e.g. ketogenic diet). Suzanne obtained her undergraduate degree in Dietetics with honours from the National University of Malaysia and postgraduate degree (Masters of Health Science Education) from University of Sydney Australia. She underwent further specialization in Dietetics during her HMDP (Health Manpower Development Plan) – Eating Disorders and Ketogenic Diet at SickKids- The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada. She has undergone further training-certified in SOS Approach to Feeding, and is a Monash Fodmap trained dietitian. She is strongly supportive of extended breastfeeding and has personally (& hopefully her children) benefitted from this. She is a member of the Singapore Nutrition and Dietetics Association and American Society for Nutrition.