New book: Eating Well for Menopause. Out now

Dr Laura Wyness is an award winning Registered Nutritionist helping you put science based nutrition advice into practice. Specialising in eating well for menopause, workplace wellness and nutrition communications.

About Laura

I’m a Registered Nutritionist, published author, podcast host and public speaker on nutrition and public health.

With my academic research background, I love conducting evidence-based reviews, interpreting nutritional data and communicating complex science into clear practical messages. I’ve experience working with the media, having provided advice for the BBC and industry publications, and featuring on BBC2’s The Food Detectives. Making science accessible to different audiences is key, which is one of the reasons I love working with organisations sharing public health nutrition messages.

I help individuals and workplaces understand nutrition better and develop healthy eating habits, through online consultations, courses and workplace wellness talks. Supporting women navigate the challenges of menopause is an area I’m particularly passionate about.


1-1 Advice

If you want to make positive changes to your diet, manage your weight or get nutritional advice specific to your needs, contact me for a one-to-one consultation.

Workplace Wellness

Eating well and nutrition support in the workplace create a healthy work environment and healthier, happier colleagues.


Informative and engaging evidence-based nutrition and health writing. From research papers to website content.

Training & Courses

Friendly and accessible on-line courses about eating well and nutrition.


Out Now

Eating Well
for Menopause

Eating Well for Menopause is an informational and empowering guide written to help you navigate the myths and truths of nutrition during menopause and beyond.

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What my clients say...

"Laura has given me some fantastic ideas. She has advised me on how to prepare a quick lunch with healthier alternatives, and healthy and filling snacks to eat when hungry. It has been a great help and I feel more energised and better for making the change."
"I found Laura to be very easy-going, informative and she pitched at just the right level. I particularly enjoyed the breakdown of the macro nutrients and how they affect the body."
Staff feedback
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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.

For all your nutrition needs

Contact me for consultations, workplace programs, media projects, or professional development

Food Connections Podcast

Do you want to learn more about the food you eat and connect with those who make it? Then check out my Food Connections podcast. In each episode, I chat with a farmer, food producer, chef or food researcher about the work they do.

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