Tag Archives: British Dietetic Association

Sugar addiction and how to stop eating sugar.

The guys over at Coach Magazine asked me some questions about sugar recently and this is the article that they then wrote. It’s created quite a bit of chatter over on Twitter, so have a read and see what you think: Sugar Addiction and How to Stop Eating Sugar  ADVICE Is there really such a […]

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Why dietitians need to be on Social Media.

This week I gave a talk on social media to a group of dietitians as part of the South East Branch Meeting of the British Dietetic Association. Rather nerve wracking but they were a lovely crowd and it went down really well 🙂  Here is a photo someone took of me and posted on Instagram. […]

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Dietitians’ Week: A snapshot of my life as a dietitian.

This week 8th-12th June is officially DIETITIANS WEEK. Unfortunately that doesn’t mean a week off for us hard-working dietitian’s. Maybe I should suggest that! Instead many departments and dietitians around the UK are taking the opportunity to work even harder and put on special events to celebrate and highlight dietitians. There are also twitter chats […]

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Winner of the British Dietetic Association Media Spokesperson of the Year Award 2015.

I’m still slightly in shock.  However I have a trophy and certificate to prove it. This week I travelled up to Birmingham for the British Dietetic Associations Annual Awards Dinner. This was a great opportunity to network, meet lots of people who I’ve heard of, seen in the past or chatted to on social media… […]

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Priya finalist for British Dietetic Association Media Spokesperson of the Year!

It’s been an exciting month. A couple of weeks ago I had the great honour of going to the British Dietetic Association Awards Evening. Somehow I had made it through as one of 3 finalists for the Media Spokesperson of the Year Award. To be a finalist for an award for my professional was something […]

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Priya Tew, Dietitian, Quoted in the Daily Mail on Vegan Diets

Tuesday, Sep 10 2013    Could going vegan two days a week ease your creaky knees? The pros and cons of a meat-free diet It’s suggested veganism can lower cholesterol and ease painful joints But some experts argue there are nutrients we can only get from meat Is the solution to become a ‘cheagan’ (vegan […]

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Blue Monday

Blue Monday: the day you are most likely to fall off the wagon?

Apparently Monday 21st January is Blue Monday, the day you are most likely to fail on those New Years Resolutions. If I’m honest this all seems a bit crazy, can there really be one day where we have a higher likelihood of slipping up? For me this would not be a Monday, it would more […]

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