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The Scottish Eatwell Guide – Dr Laura Wyness & Nutrition Scotland


In this episode, I’m joined by fellow Registered Nutritionist, Suzanne Fletcher, Founder of Nutrition Scotland. I’ve been working with Suzanne over the past several months on a very exciting piece of work – developing the first ever Scottish version of the UK’s Eatwell Guide!

Listen to find out about the story behind the Scottish Eatwell Guide and what makes it so distinct. We also talk about the different foods included in the Guide and ways in which the Scottish Eatwell Guide can be used.

Details of where to get your copy of the Scottish Eatwell Guide are in the notes below.

Useful links:

Access the Scottish Eatwell Guide for FREE from the Nutrition Scotland webpage

We’d love you to share what your favourite Scottish food is from the guide on your social media channels using #ScottishEatwellGuide

Follow us/Tag us on your Social Media too:
Instagram: @drlaurwyness, @NutritionScot
Twitter/X: @laura_wyness, @NutritionScot

For more information on the Scottish Eatwell Guide check out The Nutrition Scotland website and Dr Laura Wyness website as we have a blog posts on:

The story behind the Scottish Eatwell Guide and

The differences between the UK Eatwell Guide and the Scottish Eatwell Guide

and we will be adding more blog posts in the future that focus on different messages from the Scottish Eatwell Guide. 

Food Connections Podcast

The Food Connections podcast aims to help you learn more about the food you eat and connect with those who make it.

The Food Connections podcast is created and produced by Dr Laura Wyness, Nutrition Research and Communication who is also one of Scotland’s Regional Food Tourism Ambassadors #ScotFoodAmbassador

Intro music produced by James Mosaic