We all eat salt, but what is it, where does it come from and why is too much bad for you? I was interviewed for this article, which you can read here.
Celebrities including Chloe Madeley and Lisa Riley brave 2019's hottest new diet plans. Which plan will crown the leader board as best value for money? I appear on this episode of the show to give dietary advice - you can see the programme here.
In this British TV series teenagers work with their overweight families to shed the pounds. I advised participants and the production company on the series, and featured in the programme. You can see the series here.
A paediatric dietitian gives advice on how to feed a child with allergies. I was interviewed for this segment on Woman's Hour, which you can hear on BBC Sounds here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p076v11n
Can booze keep you warm? How safe is bacon? Jimmy discovers something unexpected in fish fingers. Why is there calcium in bread? And how can New Zealand lamb be sold as 'fresh' here? I appeared in this episode to talk about calcium in bread. (The episode is no longer available online)
Cast your mind back a decade or two – you probably didn’t know what sweet potatoes were, let alone what to do with them. Today supermarkets are reporting record sales, with UK consumers eating 90 per cent more of them than five years ago. Their soaring popularity could be thanks to increased availability, affordability and… Continue reading Sainsbury’s Magazine, Dec 2018: “The health benefits of sweet potato”
Making packed lunches is the bane of many parents’ lives, and usually something you remember to do around 10pm the night before, when you really just want to get in bed with your book. If you want to shake things up in the new school year, we’ve spoken to registered nutritionists and dieticians to give you a week… Continue reading HuffPost, Sept 2018: “Back To School: A Week Of Packed Lunch Ideas Your Kids Will Love”