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Amanda Hamilton is a leading nutritional expert and has been named one of the UK’s top five super-nutritionists. Amanda is the author of several leading books on nutrition including number one Amazon bestseller, The G Plan Diet, and has also been at the forefront of some of the most exciting wellness and nutrition trends, having pioneered fasting-based programmes and gut-health retreats.


A well-known BBC TV presenter, Amanda has presented and produced a range of programmes focusing on nutrition and well-being, including How to Live Longer and The Spa of Embarrassing Illnesses.  She also spent six years co-presenting one of the BBC’s flagship weekend programmes, Something for the Weekend, alongside Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer.    


As an advocate for democratising how we engage with nutrition, Amanda focuses on the ‘how-to’ of nutrition and lifestyle change, rather than just the ‘why’, and provides practical, tangible, and accessible action-points for individuals to embrace and enhance their well-being. This sits at the heart of Amanda’s belief that the fundamental discipline in nutritional science is staying open-minded instead of being hamstrung by a singular academic stance or being dogmatic about one ideology over another. 


An associate member of the Royal Society of Medicine, Amanda recently set up the app-based programme, The Women’s Reset. The app focuses on women’s health aged 40+ with nutrition, exercise, mindset, and healthcare support. The app also hosts breakout corporate groups, helping organisations with menopause and health education for their female staff.  



The Power of Healthy Fats: A Key to Effective Fat Loss

When it comes to losing body fat, many still people instinctively adopt a low-fat diet. However, this approach overlooks the...
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British Vogue asks Amanda about menopause nutrition

Read Amanda's top tips on menopause nutrition as seen in Vogue magazine. The hard truth is that the usual positive...
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Exposure to morning daylight can solve sleep problems

Spring brings with it an increase in daylight, it's a timely reminder that getting exposure to sunlight in the morning...
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