As a UK-trained dietitian, I am registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). This means that I am bound by an ethical code to provide accurate and clear information to the public about nutrition, and not to provide any false or misleading information. Transparency is very important to me in ensuring I build trust and credibility in my dietetic profession. All information on my website, blog and social media activities is independent, unless declared otherwise. Information or resources seen on my website should never be seen as a substitute for personalised advice from a Dietitian, nurse or doctor.
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Sophie's Foodie Blog
The aim of my blog is to provide useful information and to educate my readers to help them to make improved, informed choices about their nutrition and diet.
I blog about things which are interesting to me as a Dietitian, and it is a forum for me to answer common questions, doubts, misconceptions and myths that I come across in my daily life (questions that are often posed by friends, colleagues, family etc.) and to restore the balance to the debate with sound scientific evidence.
Often my inspiration is drawn from news that I come across in the media or the latest research and science from the field. The purpose is to update my readers on the latest developments, generate debate and reflection, for the purpose of common knowledge and to educate you but, most importantly, to provide you with a professional opinion.
I am passionate about the interplay of nutritional and psychological factors in modifying eating behaviour, providing useful nutrition tips and interesting facts on the nutritional and health properties of food, researching the latest science and also discovering new cafés and restaurants in the heart of Brussels.
My blogs often feature a mix of my personal life and professional opinion.
As the science of nutrition is often changing as new evidence comes forward, please note that older or archived blogs may contain outdated information; please contact me if you have any queries about this.
Information in my blogs should never replace seeking personalised nutrition advice from a nurse, doctor or registered Dietitian.