Harriet is an award-winning Dietitian who is registered with the British Dietetic Association (BDA) and Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). She runs her own business, ’Surrey Dietitian’, which provides private dietetic consultations and consultancy services (PR & Media and Health Writing).
As a Health Writer, Harriet has over five years of experience writing for consumer, industry and national media. Harriet was a columnist for the Complete Nutrition Magazine for two years, for which she delivered nutrition-related articles to a readership of 13,000 healthcare professionals. She was recently awarded the Complete Nutrition Magazine 'Writer of the Year' award for 2018.
Through her own personal experience, Harriet has a special interest in chronic illnesses including chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia. Her mission is to show people that it is possible to eat well with long-term conditions and that quick fixes don’t work!
How does Harriet make health a priority?
I try to do something that I enjoy everyday, even when work is super busy. I’m a firm believer in finding a good work-life balance. During my down time, you’ll find me swimming, singing in a choir or enjoying good food with good friends!
Learn more about Harriet:
- Twitter: @surreydietitian
- Instagram: @surreydietitian
- Website: SurreyDietitian.co.uk
Articles by this author
The gut microbiome has become a hot topic as it is thought to play an important role in good health and disease prevention.
It’s made up of trillions of live microbes living within the human intestine known as the gut microbiota.
Here, we will explore what the gut microbiome is, how it is related to our health, and how we can best support it.
Nootropics, also known as “smart drugs” or “cognitive enhancers” are taken to improve brain function.
They are becoming increasingly popular, and a growing number of different nootropics are now available, including natural and synthetic versions.
This article will examine the scientific evidence behind the best nootropics available and evaluate if they’re actually able to produce their desired effects.
Andrographis is one particular herb that’s grown in popularity with claims that it contains powerful anti-inflammatory, antiviral and other health-promoting properties.
Here, we examine the scientific evidence available for andrographis to determine if it’s a safe and effective form of alternative medicine.
[Last updated 5th June, 2019]
Modafinil is a popular smart drug is which is said to prevent tiredness, increase productivity and boost mental performance.
Smart drugs, also known as “nootropics,” are natural or synthetic substances taken to improve cognition function.
This review digs into the scientific evidence behind modafinil to see if it’s really all that “smart” for you to take.
With everyone talking about probiotics nowadays, there seems to be an infinite amount available to purchase.
One of these probiotic supplements is Bio X4, which claims to assist with weight loss by reducing appetite, curbing food cravings, enhancing digestion and boosting metabolism.
Here, we examine the scientific evidence behind the ingredients of Bio X4 to see if these claims hold up.
Weight loss is a multi-billion dollar industry, with countless diet plans, products and supplements available.
One popular diet plan is the Volumetrics diet, which was ranked the second best diet for weight loss in the US News & World Report’s 2018 Best Diet Rankings.
Here, we look into the science behind the Volumetric diet and whether or not it promotes sustainable and healthy weight loss.-