Our health journey

Our journey

Here at Nutritionist Resource, we believe diet is the cornerstone of optimal health and well-being. We also believe that everyone deserves health, happiness and access to quality information and advice.

Health and nutrition is growing in popularity and the world of social media is allowing us to learn more, make friends and be within a supportive network. However, not all of this is reliable and not knowing the right information can do more harm than good.

If you are ready to start taking your first steps in this journey, you can learn more by visiting our expert articles, recent news and nutrition topics pages. If you are looking to contact a professional, it is important you find one that you trust and can communicate with.

Each of us will have a story to tell. Our journeys are different and whatever it is that brought you here, know that we are here to support each other. Working at Nutritionist Resource, we have all developed a stronger interest in nutrition and are more aware of how our body is meant to feel.

Kat, Marketing Communications Team Leader:

“I switched up my exercise routine recently and now work out in the mornings. I’ve been much more consistent since making this change as I don’t have time to talk myself out of going! I have also had to change the way I eat in the morning, a bowl of cereal after the gym just wasn’t cutting it. I now make a batch of egg and veg muffins on Sunday for a healthy post-workout snack.”

Ross, Marketing Communications Executive:

“I’ve started to become more mindful with my diet since I’ve discovered how important it is for sport performance. I go to the gym three to four times a week and play in football matches, so I’ve started eating eggs for breakfast and more protein-rich, balanced meals for lunch and dinner. I’ve already noticed a big change in my fitness and performance levels.”

Ellen, Marketing Communications Executive:

“Over the past year I have learnt a lot about nutrition and fitness. Going to the gym has helped me learn more about my body and what kind of foods I should be eating in order to progress further. I feel healthier, stronger and have more energy. For the first time, I am really happy with my body, not for how I look, but how I feel.”

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Ellen Hoggard

Written by Ellen Hoggard

Ellen is the Content Manager for Memiah and writer for Nutritionist Resource and Happiful magazine.

Written by Ellen Hoggard

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