After qualifying form UCT in 2006, Kelly started her dietetics career in Kosi Bay in KZN. She then moved to Dubai and worked for Mediclinic for 2 years. After her overseas experience, she decided to come home and start Kelly Lynch- Dietician in Cape Town in 2010. In 2013 her and her husband moved to Durban where she started her second practice. She has since move back to Dubai (2018) and is happily living in the desert with her husband and her little girl, Selah.

Kelly’s passion is helping her clients reach their ‘lifestyle goals’ as she believes that changing your eating habits cannot stand alone – clients need to assess their individual lifestyles and changes need to be strategised in order to see a sustainable, long-term result!

Her entire practice is now online and she consults with women all over the world. She works more in the coaching space now that in the dietetics space, but always uses nutritional wellbeing as a cornerstone to all health issues. She specialises in women's health related issues like fertility wellness, hormone health, weight loss and emotional healing. She believes that every client is different and therefore a holistic and individualistic approach is her formula. 


  • BSc Physiology and Psychology (UCT) 2002-2004
  • BSc (Med) Honours in Nutrition and Dietetics (UCT) 2005-2006
  • Results Neuroleadership Coaching Certificate (Level 1) 2016

Other Studies Completed:

  • Treating the Emotional Eater (Foundation Course – Julie McIntosh 2013)
  • Treating the Emotional Eater (Module 3 & 4 – Advanced Course 2014)
  • Diploma in Nutritional Supplementation (Sally-Ann Creed)
  • Sports Nutrition Course (SA Sports Science Institute)
  • Lactation Management course (18 hour, Mowbray Maternity Hospital)
  • Iridology Certification (SA Institute of Iridology, Dr Suzanne Haylett)

When Kelly isn’t working:

Kelly is an avid yogi who spends lots of time outdoors. She loves cooking and creating new things in her kitchen.  She thinks that your girl friends and your family should be cherished and she loves spending time solving the worlds problems. Her favourite way to spend an evening is doing a power yoga class, then having a homemade meal, a glass of red wine and a good deep conversation about life with her husband, Alan.