An independent award-winning nutritionist, registered dietitian, best-selling author and mum. Azmina bridges the communications gap between consumer and the food industry by engaging the target audience, and translating scientific evidence into language consumers can understand. She has extensive networks with Key Opinion Leaders & national organisations, she works across Europe, and is co-founder of the award-winning #RDUK professional twitter chats.
Almonds are lower in calories than the nutrition label says (Click photo for more)...Azmina is resident dietitian to patient.info and a media spokesperson to the British Dietetic Association. She has specialist experience in weight management, diabetes, sugar & carbs, behaviour change, heart disease, fun family eating and glycaemic index. She chairs Key Opinion Leader Roundtable events for brands, and works on projects across Europe, Canada and USA. (Oh, and she's dead keen on reaching emerging markets like India!)
- #Nutrition misinformation can lead to unhealthy eating habits - check out how #fakenews can be potentially harmful… https://t.co/72M8rMWS7RFri, 17 Feb 2017 17:57
- Looking forward to sharing some culinary delights @JohnPoundsCtr. #diabetes #nutrition #heartdisease https://t.co/LMSw2kHtKKFri, 17 Feb 2017 12:02
- Great to see my #nutrition #fakenews messages being picked up by students at @UniWestminster #nutrisoc… https://t.co/6wzKjqhC3CThu, 16 Feb 2017 14:08
The Lorraine Show Little Black Dress Diet
Azmina Govindji was the original nutritionist behind the Real Woman's Little Black Dress Diet for ITV's Lorraine show, launched with Dannii Minogue, Lisa Faulkner, Nadia Sawalha and Jane Wake. Rice Krispie Chicken and Lamb Koftas are on the tasty 28-day plan.