I have been a qualified nutritionist for over 20 years, completing my undergraduate degree in 1996 before going on to complete an MSc in Nutrition & Metabolism and a PhD focusing on energy expenditure and body composition. My on-going interests lie in obesity, exercise nutrition, body composition and energy metabolism all as can be applied to weight loss/maintenance and metabolic health. Current research includes exercise intensity and energy balance, intermittent fasting, meal timing and composition. Specifically the use of carbohydrate manipulation for metabolic health
Principal Teaching Fellow, University of Surrey
University of Aberdeen, MSc Nutrition & Metabolism
University of North London, PhD
Intermittent versus continuous energy restriction: differential effects on postprandial glucose and lipid metabolism following matched weight-loss in healthy overweight/obese subjects, Br J Nutr
Effects of intermittent fasting on glucose and lipid metabolism, Proc Nutr Soc
Acute effects of exercise intensity on subsequent substrate utilisation, appetite, and energy balance in men and women, Appl Physiol Nutr Metab.