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The Food Medic top health resource recommendations

The Food Medic’s top health resource recommendations

With so many health resources on nutrition and fitness these days, it can be difficult to narrow down the best books, podcasts or events to invest your time and money with.

We asked Hazel Wallace a.k.a The Food Medic for her top recommendations for health resources to increase your knowledge – check them out below.



  1. Precision Nutrition

The best for newbies looking to grasp the basics of nutrition with easy to read articles and infographics written by nutrition and fitness experts.

precision nutrition top health resource recommendations

Find out more about Precision Nutrition.


  1. The Rooted Project

This event series was set up by two registered dietitians in London. You don’t need any nutrition knowledge, or qualifications, to come to their events. They choose speakers who are leaders in their field who are able to translate the science into interesting and practical content.

The Rooted Project top health resource recommendations

Check out The Rooted Project events.


  1. Food and Nonsense

Set up by a registered dietitian, Helen, as a fun way to discuss nutrition and to provide a sound source of information for people who are interested in their diet and their health. She aims to translate the science of nutrition into simple and practical advice that can be applied to everyday life.

Food & Nonsense top health resource recommendations


Follow Helen on Facebook.

4. Ben Coomber Radio

A podcast which I first listened to as a university student. Ben is very much a straight talking guy. There’s no science jargon here, but he offers pretty sound advice on everything nutrition, food, mindset, exercise, and sports performance.

Ben Coomber top health resource recommendations

 Listen to Ben’s #1 rated health & fitness podcast.



To be completely honest with you, when I first delved into the world of nutrition I couldn’t find anything out there that offered the basics of nutrition for a complete beginner. I noticed a gap between the information available for the scientists and information available for the general public, which is one of the main reasons why I wrote my book. I want to make evidence-based nutrition more accessible, less complex, and easy to follow.

The Food Medic Book top health resource recommendations

Check out Hazel’s self-titled book The Food Medic – available to order now!

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