The Interviews: My Journey So Far with Nicole Fowler

December 13, 2020

Hi everyone, my name is Nicole and I am a post grad dietetics student at Chester University. Before starting my dietetic journey, I was a trained pastry chef but, I will get more into that when I discuss why I chose a dietetic career. A massive thank you to Emma for allowing me to share my experience and a merry Christmas everyone. What inspired you…

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The Interviews: Studying during COVID with Melissa Chin

December 6, 2020

Hi everyone, first thank you, Emma, for including me in your Interviews series. My name is Melissa (@_nutrimel) born and raised in London. I graduated in 2014 with a degree in Business and Management, but in 2019 decided to change careers and I’m currently in my first year at King’s College London, studying BSc Nutrition and Dietetics. What inspired you to study Dietetics? A common…

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The Interviews: The Non-Diet RD2B with Shannon Western

November 29, 2020

Hey! I’m Shannon – I’m a Registered Associate nutritionist & an RD2B. I graduated recently with an MSc in nutrition and currently live in Aberdeen with my partner and our newly adopted cat! As well as studying and keeping up with the currents in nutrition as an ANutr, I’m also building a business (very slowly….) in non-diet nutrition, using the principles of intuitive eating to help people…

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The Interviews: Paeds and Punjabi Delights with Anjanee Kohli

November 22, 2020

I’m Anjanee (known as Anna to friends), a dietitian who graduated from the University of Nottingham in July last year. I started my first job as a Community Band 5 in August 2019, which was a split role working with adults and children. I’m now a Band 6 Community Paediatric dietitian, and started this role in June. I also have an interest in Public Health…

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The Interviews: The Scottish RD2B with Iona Mackay

November 15, 2020

Hi Emma, it is a pleasure to be featuring on your blog! I am a fourth year Nutrition and Dietetics student at Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen. I was born and raised in the most northernly town in mainland Scotland, where I am currently living again due to lockdown, but prior to all the Covid-19 shenanigans I did live in Aberdeen during term time. What made…

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Emma is a Registered Dietitian and Registered Associate Nutritionist based in Cheshire, England. Emma works in community healthcare and writes freelance alongside her work: topics including Dietetic life, nutrition, mental health and lifestyle. Emma also writes and photographs recipes for the platform, as well as being the author of the ‘Mummy and Me’ series for SR Nutrition. Emma’s Food Stories is PR friendly brand.

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