Weightloss is not a one size fits all. At The New You Clinic, we strive for excellence in helping people to achieve their realistic weightloss goals by utilising a 360 approach to health and wellbeing. We understand that diet and exercise alone may not be enough to shift the unwanted pounds and so, we have created a bespoke tailored nutritional plan that covers all aspects from diet, nutrition, medication and surgery.

Our New You Healthy You Nutritional programme offers the very best nutritional advice and cognitive behaviour tools to help the individual get the most from their weight loss goals.

Our nurse led weightloss programme encompasses a 360 approach to health and wellbeing and is the only clinic of its kind in Ireland. We are dedicated to ensuring that the individual needs are met and that you will become a healthier, fitter version of you.

For years, our Specialist Medical Aesthetic & Orthopaedic Nurse Claudia McGloin has helped hundreds of patients to lose weight and get into shape for surgery. With this approach from the NHS, we are proud to have developed a programme that will help patients to feel better prior to, during and post surgery. We have also been able to help patients lower blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol.

Included in our NEW YOU HEALTHY YOU NUTRITIONAL PROGRAMME is our health and wellness check. We also offer nutritional programmes and gut health detoxes and our programmes can be tailored to the timeframe that suits people e.g. 6 weeks, 10 weeks, 20 weeks and beyond. Once you have reached your target weight, we will also be on hand to help you maintain this.

We are also offering a nutritional meal plan for anyone that is currently taking prescription medications for weightloss. Dubbed the ‘skinny jab” we know that it can be difficult to know what is the right amount of foods to eat. We have created one for you.


For more details, contact the clinic info@thenewyouclinic.ie or call 07191 40728 to book in for an assessment.


Weightloss Clinic

Obesity is a major problem in most countries and it doesn’t just affect those with a large amount of excess weight. A lot of people want to lose weight and whether it’s for health reasons or you have a health condition that means being overweight will antagonise it further or cause you to further deteriorate If you want to lose weight for aesthetic reasons; you feel more comfortable and confident when you are lighter and want to maintain a lower and healthier weight, there are a number of weight loss solutions available to you. Faddy crash diets are actively discouraged by most health care professionals. They will often involve completely cutting out foods important to your wellbeing, and only eating a few kinds of foods, such as eggs and grapefruit for 3 weeks, will be very difficult to stick to as well not good for you.

It is always recommended to take professional advice which is why there is such high demand for a good quality weight loss clinic Ireland wide. A weight loss clinic means that instead of going it alone and having to self-motivate all of the time in keeping to a diet suitable for you and your goals, you have a regular support system where you can be realistically informed of your progress, how you are sticking to your plan and how far away you are from achieving your goal weight. This regular monitoring doesn’t just make sure that you are not deviating from your plan and cheating by eating the wrong food, it also ensures that you don’t go the other way, losing too much too fast at the expense of your wellbeing. The weight loss plan can be changed to accommodate changes in your health and lifestyle as you go.

When looking for a weight loss clinic Ireland wide, the most important thing to look for is that it is an environment that you feel comfortable going to and not one that you dread going to, which will lead to you leaving your diet and going back to your old ways. By finding the right clinic for you, you will be much more likely to stick to a weight loss plan that will lead to you losing the extra pounds that you want to shift.