Dr. Stavroula Argyridou

Clinical Dietitian & Nutritionist

Dr. Argyridou is a Registered Clinical Dietitian and Nutritionist. She is the founder of MedInDiet where she supports individuals and groups through private consultations and educational sessions. She graduated from Sheffield H. University with BSc Nutrition, Health and Lifestyles in 2014. She then moved to complete an MSc in Dietetics at Queen Margaret University Edinburgh in 2016.

During her postgraduate studies, she practised under the supervision of clinical and community dietitians working within the National Health Service (NHS). Following the completion of the standards of proficiency set by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), she received her registration, becoming a Registered Dietitian in 2016. Subsequent to her MSc and NHS placements, she completed a PhD in Type II Diabetes Mellitus and Cardiovascular disease at the University of Leicester in 2020.

She is now working as a Clinical Dietitian-Nutritionist at her private practice in Nicosia, Cyprus. Dr. Argyridou believes that sharing up to date and reliable nutrition knowledge through nutritional education using a person-centred approach, each individual can make informed decisions in order to adopt a healthier and more balanced lifestyle.


Specialist in Type II Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease Prevention

Registered Dietitian

A registered dietitian is a qualified and regulated health care professional who assesses, diagnose, and treats dietary and nutritional problems at an individual and wider public-health level, using the most up-to-date public health and scientific research enabling people to make appropriate lifestyle and food choices.

The role of a registered clinical dietitian:
  • Assessing the nutritional needs of individuals, families or groups
  • Creating treatment plans to improve nutrition and overall health
  • Giving practical and sensitive dietary advice, tailored to people’s needs
  • Monitoring people’s progress towards healthy eating targets
  • Running clinics for people with diabetes or eating disorders
  • Raising awareness of the importance of healthy eating
Benefits of working with a registered clinical dietitian

The benefits of working with a registered clinical dietitian are clear and impactful. Their expertise and guidance can transform your relationship with food and empower you to make choices that support a healthier life.

Our services:

Cardiovascular Disease

Cardiovascular disease is an umbrella term which encompasses diseases affecting the heart and/or blood vessels. We are aiming to offer you a cardioprotective diet in the context of a healthy lifestyle with reference to physical activity levels.

Type II Diabetes

Type II Diabetes is a metabolic condition characterised by chronic hyperglycaemia. If overweight or obese, losing weight is the most important thing you can do to improve clinical outcomes and your quality of life. A nutritional intervention may involve dietary counselling and nutritional support which will help you identify the changes in lifestyle, diet and physical activity you can do and set realistic and achievable goals which will be maintained in the long term.

Weight Management

Weight management is complex and depends on multiple factors. You need to get the support that is right for you and remember that a dietitian is here to help you successfully lose weight and manage to keep it off by helping you stay realistic and develop techniques to make your new diet and lifestyle habits an enjoyable way of life!

Gastrointestinal disorders

Common gastrointestinal disorders include constipation; diarrhoea; coeliac disease; inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn’s disease and Ulcerative colitis) and irritable bowel syndrome. Specialist dietetic support, tailored to each person’s situation, can help manage these conditions, offering an improved quality of life to the individual.

Mental Health

Eating disorders including: anorexia nervosa; bulimia nervosa; binge-eating disorder; Avoidant or Restrictive Food Intake Disorder are common and can affect anyone regardless of age, gender, culture, socioeconomic status or health. A dietitian can assist in the development of strategies to address these complex disorders involving food, weight and appetite. Although, remember that a collaborative team of professionals is required to best manage eating disorders aiming to improve the physiological and psychological impact of these conditions.