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We work with journalists at all major outlets to answer nutrition questions with sound advice based on the latest evidence. Find out where we have been in the media lately. 

Most recent coverage:

  • Consultant dietitian Kirsten Jackson and Specialist Gastroenterology Dietitian Julie Thompson speak to The Telegraph about bloating, including persistent digestive problems, H. Pylori bacteria, tips to relieve symptoms and foods to avoid

  • Catherine Rabess provided expertise in Stylist Magazine’s feature on the symptoms and reasons behind caffeine sensitivity and intolerance

  • The Times looked at 'the war on carbs' and how campaigners in the US are calling on their government to reduce the recommended carbohydrate intake. Helen Bond explained the importance of sticking to a healthy serving size and being aware of the positive effects of healthy carbs.


Our spokespeople have appeared in TV and radio programmes on all major networks. They are regular features on shows like Food Unwrapped, Food Truth or Scare, Eat Well for Less, Ffit Cymru and the news. You can trust that the information and advice they provide is backed up by good evidence, which is good for your viewers and can prevent extra time spent editing. 

Priya Tew shares a quick, affordable, and delicious dahl recipe with the Eat Well for Less boys. 

Nichola Ludlam-Raine shares what we should be eating for healthier hair on BBC's Food Truth or Scare and talks weight loss in lockdown with ITV Tonight