I love science, I really do. So I want to use my scientific background and knowledge to help people understand why the scientific method is so important, how to distinguish between real science and pseudoscience, and to be able to use this to understand what to eat and why. This is so important as there is so much information out there just one Google search away, and 9 times out of 10 what you’ll read is completely wrong.
I have a Masters degree in Nutrition and a First Class BSc (Hons) in Biochemistry, both from top London universities, combined with a great interest and love for food. I am not a doctor, I am not a scientific professional with 20 years experience (although my research has been published in scientific journals). But what I do have is a desire to communicate and share my knowledge, and the know-how to translate the latest complex scientific research into language everyone can understand, without resorting to scare tactics or sensationalised exaggeration. Wherever possible I promise to provide references to back up my claims, and won’t confuse you with strange terms.
If you have an interest in food and the wellness industry, and want to see it through new eyes, I welcome you to check out the articles by clicking on the drop down menu. I welcome any feedback/debate, as long as it’s constructive argument with real evidence. Enjoy 🙂