Renee McGregor

Performance & Clinical Dietitian, Author.

Renee is a leading performance and eating disorder specialist dietitian with over 15 years experience working in nutrition. She works with elite athletes, coaches and sport science teams to provide nutritional strategies to enhance sporting performance and manage eating disorders. She has delivered nutrition support to athletes over the last two Olympic and Paralympic cycles and other major international competitions. She is currently working with British Wheelchair Fencing, Scottish Gymnastics, pro endurance athletes, and is nutrition lead at TrainAsOne team.

Renee is also the nutrition lead for Anorexia and Bulimia Care, a national eating disorder charity who offer training, online learning and advice via their helpline to those struggling with or caring for someone with an eating disorder.

She is the best-selling author of the books Training Food, Fast Fuel and Orthorexia, When Healthy Eating Goes Bad.

Renee has spoken at several high profile events including Cheltenham Literature Festival, The Stylist Show and Google. She writes for many national publications and is often asked to comment in the national press. She regularly contributes to radio and TV, including Newsnight.

Renee's Session

Science and in particular nutritional science is fast advancing and evolving. What we know is that nutrition plays a huge part in our performance as human beings through the life cycle including immune, bone, hormonal and physical health. Renee will help you to optimise your nutritional practices.

In this session & some time 1 to 1 with Renee she can point you towards  a personal practical nutritional plan, based around your lifestyle, that will be instrumental in you staying active and healthy.

Practical recipes to inspire you to eat well and feel fabulous, encouraging a healthy gut microbiome which has been linked to reducing the incidence of depression and low mood; improved immunity and weight management.

Renee can advise on what biomarkers you should have regularly checked in order to inform you of nutritional and if necessary, supplementary strategies.

She will debunk some myths around nutrition and help you to understand what it is to have a healthy attitude towards food, rather than looking for the next superfood” or “wonder supplement”.