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Renee McGregor BSc (hons) PGDIP (DIET) PGCERT(sportsnutr) RD BASES
Renee is a leading Sports dietitian, specialising in Eating Disorders, REDs, The Female Athlete, Athlete health and performance.
Her practice and knowledge is supported by extensive experience of working in both clinical and performance nutrition, including, Olympic (London, 2012), Paralympic (Rio, 2016) and Commonwealth (Queensland, 2018) teams.
Working with athletes, sports science teams and individuals in need of dietary support.
Best selling author of Fast Fuels training series and Orthorexia, When Healthy Eating Goes Bad.
Regular speaker at high profile events such as the BBC, Google and Cheltenham Literature Festival.
Expert nutritional and dietetic support provided by leading Performance and Clinical Dietitian, Renee McGregor.
One to one consultations for athletes and individuals.
Sports nutrition support for high performance sports teams.
Professional nutritional support for eating disorders for athletes and individuals.
Group and individual consultations to support a healthy workplace and healthy mind.
Guest lectures, presentations and invited speaker events.
Exercise and nutrition training to support endurance sports.
I am the best-selling author of Training Food, Fast Fuel books. and Orthorexia, When Healthy Eating Goes Bad.
I write for many national publications and am often asked to comment in the national press. I regularly contribute to radio and TV, including Newsnight.
Could you or someone you love be dangerously obsessed with diet and exercise?
Orthorexia: When Healthy Eating Goes Bad compassionately and expertly helps you to recognise potential issues, break free from the condition and find a way back to a balanced, truly healthy way of eating and enjoying life.
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