Exciting things for 2019

I just wanted to say Happy Christmas to everyone and also to share an exciting project for 2019. It started for me in a cafe in Edinburgh in the Summer over coffee and cake with Laura Wyness. The idea, a moderated, professional Twitter Chat for Registered and Associate Nutritionists. I said I would love to…

Food Matters Live 2018

A couple of weeks ago, I headed to London for 3 days of feeling all grown up and professional.  Food Matters Live is a big event aimed at anyone involved in food – food manufacturers, food scientists, food developers, food writers, nutritionists, dietitians, researchers etc.  It has an incredible array of seminars in 9 or…

Food Matters Live – Lots of sweet debate

A big strand running through Food Matters Live is the whole tackling obesity challenge with a big focus on sugar. Lots of debate about the sugar tax, although it should be communicated more as a levy on soft drinks. I think it is important to understand it fully before having a view on it.  This…

Food Matters Live 2016 – off to London next week

Food Matters Live is booked along with accommodation and flights.  It feels quite extravagant to be off for a multi-day conference – everything is a little more complicated and expensive with a commute from Paris.  Fingers crossed that the military planning that is necessary to head off for the best part of 4 days all falls…

Work Place Health

It is harder living in Paris to get to CPD events, and after the long, long summer break (my children had 2 months off school) I was feeling a little out of touch.  It was really exciting to be jumping on the Eurostar last weekend to go to a Nutritionists In Industry meeting to hear…

21st November 2012: Caroline Walker Trust Annual Lecture

If you are free and you can spare £20 for a ticket, come along to the Caroline Walker Trust Annual Lecture and Awards evening.  The evening begins with a drinks reception at 6.30 with the lecture beginning at 7.30.  Kath Dalmeny from Sustain is giving the lecture and she is, by all accounts, a very…