Media

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Laura regularly contributes to the media.

TV appearances include BBC 1’s Dr Xand’s Con or Cure, BBC Breakfast, Further Back in time for Dinner and Holding Back the Years.

Her media consultancy work includes various weight management programmes for both the BBC and ITV, including collaborative work with Professor Tanya Byron.

BBC2’s “Further Back in Time for Dinner” delved into current diet trends with the time travelling Robshaws!

BBC1’s “Holding Back the Years” enabled collaboration with Ainsley Harriott to explore eating habits and the nutritional needs of the older generation.

Series 1 and 2 of Con or Cure on BBC 1 focussed on busting some common myths around nutrition alongside Dr Xand Van Tulleken and Ashley Baptiste.

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Con or Cure

Brand Consultancy

Laura has worked with a variety of brands as a Nutrition Consultant and has experience in providing the following:

  • Support with PR campaigns across national press and media.
  • Development of targeted nutrition content and commentary.
  • Live events and workshops.

Brands I’ve worked with…

Laura talking with Priscilla B
Laura behind the camera

In The Press

Supporting Good Housekeeping’s Michelle Hather with some lifestyle changes at a key stage of life

Supporting Good Housekeeping’s Michelle Hather with some lifestyle changes at a key stage of life.

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Recommending a few tips for office workers in the Healthy Food Guide.

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Debunking some common food myths in the Healthy Food Guide.

Eatwell show lexus (1)Supporting consumers at the Good Food Eatwell Show and providing nutritional advice alongside BBC Good Food magazine’s Cassie Best on the forum stage.

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Discussing protein in a Red Online article.

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Nutrition for menopause in a Tesco ‘Your Health’ article.

Cholesterol Magazine Article Cover

Cholesterol Magazine Article.

Eating to Feel Calm Magazine Article Cover

Eating to Feel Calm Magazine Article.

Healthista article screenshot

Confused about protein? Here are the REAL reasons you need it – Healthista

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Eat more protein, plan meals and wear the same outfit every day to aid weight loss – Daily Mail Online.

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