For sale - resources for nutrition professionals - freelance startup guide

by Anne Myers-Wright RD/APD

Posted on Jul 10, 01:15 PM in . No comments.

I have finally finished the update of my PDF booklet “Starting your Freelance Nutrition Business
A basic Start-up Guide for Dietitians and Nutritionists (UK)”.
If you are a Dietitian or Nutritionist, interested in “going freelance”, this basic guide could get you on the path of setting up your nutrition business. It is 49 pages of information and tips and selling for only £5 a copy!!!! That’s a bargain and for an introductory time only.

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National Obesity Week 2018- one mixed up Dietitian

by Anne Myers-Wright RD/APD

Posted on Jan 8, 11:31 AM in and . Comments [2].

Obesity Crisis

I’ve had to think a long time about what I am going to write about National Obesity Week or, indeed, if I was going to write anything at all.
It’s a confusing time to be a Dietitian.
This is how my day went whilst trying to write this blog.

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3 reasons why Dietitians are unlikely to give you a meal plan

by Anne Myers-Wright RD/APD

Posted on Jun 3, 03:23 PM in and . Comments [2].

Often when people come to visit me, they are asking for or expecting a 7 or 14 day “meal plan”.

“Oh, don’t tell me what to do. I just need a meal plan” is what I hear, quite often.

This is a sentence Dietitians dread.

In fact, Dietitians are very unlikely to give you these kinds of meal plans for 3 main reasons:

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Clinic opening up for Friday 17th February - limited spaces available

by Anne Myers-Wright RD/APD

Posted on Feb 11, 02:42 PM in . No comments.

I have managed to open a clinic for Friday 17th February and have some spaces available. Contact me if you are looking to book a consultation slot for this week.

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A healthy festive season - part 1

by Anne Myers-Wright RD/APD

Posted on Dec 1, 01:30 PM in and . No comments.

Surviving the festive season- part 1
Advent calendars are being whipped out all over the country and people are preparing for the onslaught of the “festive season”. The festive season is a dangerous time when it comes to letting your guard down and the loosening up of healthy habits. There are parties, dinners, baking, the stressful rushing around, less activity due to the cold and those lovely Xmas treats everywhere. It doesn’t help that mince pies and sweets have been pushed on us by the supermarkets since November.

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