With a BSc in Nutritional Therapy, TC has worked for government in the area of food safety and standards regulation. While there she noted that UK government nutrition policy is not always as robustly up to date as it could be. TC then worked for the food industry, where she advised on the practical application of the food safety and standards regulations and lobbied government on a number of nutrition related issues. She is currently freelancing in the food industry, providing regulatory advice on nutrition, food labelling, and health claims. She has recently published a book on nutrition for healthcare practitioners which is intended to address some of the imbalances in nutrition awareness among primary care practitioners. If you wish to contact TC please email [email protected]
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