Dr Laura Wyness
Laura is a widely experienced, media-friendly Registered Nutritionist. She has a strong track record of research and development for institutions and companies in the UK and Europe, and is passionate about all aspects of nutrition and health.
Laura is happy to assist with consumer research, conducting evidence-based reviews, interpreting nutritional data and communicating complex science into clear consumer messages. She is a member of the Guild of Food Writers and has extensive TV and radio experience, having provided advice for the BBC and industry publications, and has featured on BBC2’s The Food Detectives.
Laura has been selected by Scotland Food & Drink and the Scottish Tourism Alliance as one of Scotland's Regional Food Ambassadors. Over the next 2 years, she'll be working along with 24 other Regional Food Tourism Ambassadors to help businesses within the food & drink and tourism sectors to not only recover from the pandemic but to thrive.
As well as having been Senior Research Fellow in the Scottish Centre for Food Development and Innovation, Laura has also been asked to undertake projects for the World Health Organization in Copenhagen and worked in global health and health policy and management at Trinity College, Dublin.
Laura can provide guidance on any of your organisation's health/nutrition needs, from the creation and targeting of consumer information to help increase your brand credibility, to supporting your team's diet, health and motivation at work.
Let's Talk Food
A collaboration of two Registered Nutritionists.
We aim to provide clarity to individuals on how to make healthy food choices with confidence.
We have a range of informative and practical resources on our Let's Talk Food website.
We also want to make eating enjoyable!
Food Connections Podcast
The podcast that helps you learn more about the food you eat and connect with those who make it.
Every food we eat has an interesting story of some sort. So why not join me on Food Connections as I chat with food producers, innovators and chefs about the work they do and hear the stories behind your food?
Why choose an AfN Registered Nutritionist?
It is important to check qualifications when choosing a nutritionist. The Association for Nutrition (AfN) is the independent regulator for Registered Nutritionists. Their role is to protect and benefit the public.
A Registered Nutritionist will be found on the UK Voluntary Register of Nutritionists. To be listed on the Register a person must be a competent, qualified nutrition professional who meets rigorous standards of competence and professionalism.
The UKVRN is the only Register of qualified nutritionists recognised by Public Health England, NHS Choices and NHS Careers. Search the Register here.