Communicating clearly evidence based information on food and nutrients to a wide variety of audiences is my passion. Deborah David Nutrition provides the following services:

Group sessions

Does your group need professional dietetic assistance?

As an experienced dietitian and health information expert I can arrange friendly and professional dietary guidance to groups of people covering a wide range of topics:

Eating healthily at home, at work, in restaurants, on-the-go and when on business or leisure travel
Balanced and delicious meal planning
Healthier and environmentally sustainable diets
Working towards dietary and lifestyle goals

Eating well and healthily does not need to be a chore – or a bore!

Organisations

Does your business need professional dietetic assistance?

Presentations at conferences for business, specialist groups
Representation at wellness events, roadshows, workshops
Project research, briefing paper preparation
Staff training in nutrition and food safety

Let me help you deliver great results that make a positive difference to your team, your project, your business.
 
  • Professor Susan Lanham-New
    We conduct a lot of research into vitamin D at the University of Surrey and our key research work looking at diet and sunlight exposure on vitamin D levels in Caucasian and South Asian women (known as the DFINES study) has been an important piece of research for the UK.    Deborah proved herself to be a first rate research nutritionist on this project and was a very important member of the DFINES Research Team.    This work was recently cited in the new SACN Vitamin D requirements for the UK and is one of the largest longitudinal studies on vitamin D status in groups of different ethnicity.
    Professor Susan Lanham-New
    Head of the Department of Nutritional Sciences , University of Surrey, Guildford, UK
  • Alizon Draper BA, MSc, PhD, RNutr
    Deb worked with me in 2012 on background development work for the second wave of the Food Standard Agency’s Food and You survey.  Her help was invaluable; she helped me with a review of the literature looking at factors influencing food choices and public concerns about food risks.  Deb was great to work with and I couldn’t have done it without her!  Come back Deb.
    Alizon Draper BA, MSc, PhD, RNutr
    Reader in Public Health Nutrition Food, Nutrition and Public Health Division, Department of Life Sciences, University of Westminster
  • Stephanie Wood, CEO
    Deborah David has volunteered for School Food Matters over the past four years and her passion for good nutrition and healthy food is obvious. She’s a wonderful ambassador for School Food Matters as we send her out and about on our food education programmes. She’s also a pleasure to have around!
    Stephanie Wood, CEO
    School Food Matters
  • Robin Hinks
    In 2016, Deborah assisted the Food Foundation in compiling two technical policy briefs (forthcoming) detailing the UK’s initiatives sugar sweetened beverage levy, and marketing restrictions convening the promotion of HFSS foods to children.  Deborah produced two high quality literature reviews, detailing the historic development of these policies, utilising the academic and grey literature available on these subjects.  These reviews will be utilised by the Food Foundation to generate demand for international learning and the exchange of best practice.
    Robin Hinks
    Research and Policy Officer at The Food Foundation
  • Dr Rodney Bennett
    Deborah David was the Guest Speaker at one of the meetings of our local Rotary Club where she gave an interesting and informative talk on her role as a dietitian. As a result of the excellent presentation given it prompted a search for answers to a variety of nutrition questions raised by those present and these were very ably provided.
    Dr Rodney Bennett
    Member of the Rotary Club of Twickenham; Committee Member of The Twickenham Society; Trustee of the White House Community Association, Hampton; retired Justice of the Peace.

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