TV & Radio
Azmina’s latest TV appearances were on BBC’s The One Show with Chris Evans and Robert Plant (Sep 2014), Zee TV’s Companions (Sep 2014), BBC’s Britain’s Favourite Supermarket Foods with Cherry Healey, (July 2013), Sky News (March 2013) and on ITV Daybreak (Jan 2013). Also check out Azmina’s Little Black Dress diet plan with Dannii Minogue and Lisa Faulkner on ITV’s Lorraine Show. Her curry tips can be found under restaurant reviews.
Latest radio interviews:
Azmina was on BBC Asian Network (go to 2.14 and 2.21 minutes) in March 2017 talking about whether plain packaging on junk food could help solve the obesity crisis. Hear Azmina’s practical tips on sugar and diabetes on BBC Radio 4 Food Programme with Dr Hilary Jones (April 2015). She appeared with Ola Jordan for Kellogg’s on vitamin D awareness (Oct 2014), BBC Asian Network (Jan 2014) talking about orthorexia, and 12 interviews across the country to promote Farmhouse Breakfast Week (Jan 2014). Series of interviews across the UK (Nov 2013) on the Fast Food Index, BBC Radio 4 You & Yours July 2013, the breakfast cereal category and labelling. (Go to 38 minutes), BBC World Service Health Check launches new website on curries (go to 11 minutes), BBC Asian Network Evening News Programme March 2013, Diet & diabetes.
Azmina was This Morning resident nutritionist, working with Dr Chris Steele, and also resident dietitian for The One Show andThe Wright Stuff. She has been a regular expert for The F Word, Watchdog and various news channels.
Full list of TV appearances. Recent BBC radio interviews: Red meat and death risks; Change4life Supermeals campaign.
Azmina worked with the World Cancer Research Fund to promote their Fruity Friday initiative. She is a trusted professional for radio brand campaigns and has appeared as expert nutritionist for brands such as Kellogg’s, Farmhouse Breakfast Week, Diabetes UK, LoSalt, Change4life, Shape, Krisprolls, AXA PPP Healthcare, Direct Line, Florette and Burgen.
She is the nutritionist on two diabetes education videos with GMTV’s Dr Hilary Jones, and on-screen nutrition expert in the British Heart Foundation’s DVD on heart disease prevention, Risking It.