Meet Renee

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.

Renee stands as a preeminent Sports Dietitian and Eating Disorder Specialist, boasting an extensive career of over two decades in clinical and performance nutrition. Currently holding the position of Nutrition Lead for the Scottish National Ballet and Team Hour 7, she offers invaluable nutritional and clinical counsel for both performance optimisation and overall health. Prior to this role, Renee served as the Nutrition Lead for the English National Ballet, actively contributing to the development of a consensus statement on the management of Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (REDs) within the dance community.

Her fervour for empowering athletes and prioritising their health is evident in her regular provision of expert commentary, delving into topics such as understanding the intricacies of the human body, optimising hormonal health, and discerning the profound impact on performance. Beyond her individual contributions, Renee spearheads Team Renee McGregor, an assembly of specialised practitioners dedicated to supporting individuals and athletes across all levels and ages, as well as coaches and sports science teams. Their focus lies in crafting nutritional strategies to enhance sports performance and effectively manage eating disorders and REDs. This commitment extends to her role as a prominent figure on social media, where she has established an educational hub catering to both professionals and everyday athletes.

As a testament to her expertise, Renee is a bestselling author, with her latest book, “More Fuel You,” garnering such acclaim that it is now in its third print run since its release in June 2022. Her influence extends to the realm of media, as she contributes a monthly column to Runners World and is sought after for technical support and commentary on documentaries, news features, and various media platforms. Notably, she served as the clinical advisor for the BBC documentary, “Freddie Flintoff: Living with Bulimia.”

Furthering her impact, Renee serves as an ambassador for the outdoor brand Montane. When not immersed in her transformative work, she can be found conquering mountains and trails, often in preparation for challenging ultra-marathons. Her athletic prowess is exemplified by her 2022 achievement of becoming the British Trail Running Champion in her age group over the short course, and securing the 3rd female position at The Spine Sprint. In the preceding year, she claimed the 4th female spot and achieved a top 10 finish while racing in Upper Mustang, Nepal. Renee McGregor epitomises not just excellence in her field but a passion for pushing boundaries both professionally and athletically


Nutrition Consultant

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.


Guest Speaker

Regular speaker at high profile events such as the BBC, Google and Cheltenham Literature Festival.

Nutrition Consultations

One to one consultations for athletes and individuals.


Eating Disorder Support

Professional nutritional support for eating disorders for athletes and individuals.


Sports Team Support

Sports nutrition support for high performance sports teams.


Corporate Wellness

Group and individual consultations to support a healthy workplace and healthy mind.



Guest lectures, presentations and invited speaker events.


Training Support

Exercise and nutrition training to support endurance sports.

Best selling author in nutrition

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. 


Renee McGregor

Renee is a leading Sports and Eating disorder specialist dietitian with 20 years experience working in clinical and performance nutrition, with Olympic (London, 2012), Paralympic (Rio, 2016) and Commonwealth (Queensland, 2018) teams.

More Fuel You: Understanding your body & how to fuel your adventures

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