Today’s guest is Jenny Rosborough, a passionate and inspiring registered nutritionist specialising in public health.
Jenny has worked for organisations focussing on childhood obesity and sugar. She has also campaigned for changes to legislation around food labelling and the sugar tax. Her most recent role is as Head of Nutrition at Jamie Oliver Ltd. Here she oversees the nutritional aspects of his recipes, restaurants and his campaigns.
Having completed an MSc in Nutrition at King’s College London and a Joint Honours Degree in English and Sports Science at Loughborough University Jenny has worked as a consultant for the NHS and the Association for Nutrition to produce a Nutrition Competency Framework for the fitness and leisure sector, funded by Public Health England.
More recently, Jenny was the Campaign Manager at Action on Sugar, a charity that campaigns for sugar reduction through awareness raising and putting direct pressure on the government and food and drink industry to create a healthier food environment.
Jenny has worked with us on The Pilates PT Method Online and she really is an advocate of a balanced approach to nutrition rather than seeing certain foods as the enemy.
In this episode we discuss how organisations are working to make public diet more nutritious and how those with the biggest voices in nutrition aren’t always the most qualified. I hope you enjoy the podcast and excuse the occasional barks of her dog in the background.
- Jenny’s Favourite Book: The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a Fuck by Sarah Knight (you can buy it HERE)
Where to find out more about Jenny Rosborough: