Our work on the Sainsbury’s ‘Waste Less, Save More, Eat Well’ recipe book has been featured as a case study during Dietitians Week 2018 with this year’s theme highlighting how dietitians ‘Do Prevention’.
Day 3 of the campaign focused on Public Health and Primary Prevention, looking at how registered dietitians work with populations and prevent conditions such as malnutrition, obesity and Type 2 Diabetes developing in the first place and our work on the Sainsbury’s recipe book was featured as a case study on the British Dietetic Association’s website.
Consultant and registered dietitian Angela Tella said, “I am delighted to be involved in Dietitians Week 2018, raising the profile of the profession and also awareness that registered dietitians have a very wide remit in preventing poor health and do so via a variety of means”. Below is a tweet that went out as part of the campaign to the British Dietetic Association’s 20,000 followers:
Big retailers have big reach, so working with them to provide healthy eating and waste reduction advice is a good way to spread important nutritional messages, which is what freelance dietitian @AngelaTella1 did: https://t.co/ZokHlQCGF5 #DietitiandWeek #DietitiansDoPrevention pic.twitter.com/FFKSN6lif0
— BDA British Dietetic Association (@BDA_Dietitians) June 6, 2018