Nigel Denby’s dietetic career began as a Research Dietician at the Human Nutrition Research Centre in Newcastle upon Tyne. After a period working as a Community Dietician, Nigel left the NHS to join Boots Health and Beauty Experience where he led the delivery and training of Nutrition and Weight Management services. In 2003 Nigel set up his own Nutrition consultancy, delivering a clinical service to Hammersmith and Queen Charlotte’s Hospital Women’s Health Clinic and the International Eating Disorders Centre in Buckinghamshire as well as acting as Nutrition Consultant for the Childbase Children’s Nursery Group creating menus and recipes for over 10,000 pre school children. He has a special interest in weight management, PMS/PCOS and menopause, irritable bowel syndrome. He acts as a media spokesman for the British Dietetic Association and is nutritional advisor to NAPS, the National Association for Pre Menstrual Syndrome.
Nigel also works extensively with the media, writing for the Sunday Telegraph Magazine, Zest, Essentials and various other consumer magazines. His work in radio and television includes BBC and ITN news programmes, Channel 4’s ‘Fit Farm’, BBC Breakfast and BBC Real Story. He has also appeared as expert dietician for Tonight with Trevor McDonald, The Truth About Food and Ever Wondered About Food? In January 2005 Nigel’s first book Diet Freedom-the GL Diet was published by John Blake, since then he has also published Nutrition of Dummies, John Wiley and The 7 day GL diet with Harper Thorsons Element. In 2006 GL for Dummies and The GL diet cookbook was also published. Nigel is passionate about good food and health. As a qualified chef and dietician he is uniquely placed to give practical, straight forward nutrition advice that works, and can fit straight into your lifestyle. His special interest in women’s health means that he has a true understanding of the complex issues which can make it so difficult for women to make changes and stick to them.
To arrange an appointment with Nigel call 07941 396610 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org