After spending her teenage years reading Zest magazine, Birmingham-based Registered Nutritionist and owner of Nutrishion, Colleen Campbell, decided to embark on a degree that stimulated her interest in diet and health.
Colleen graduated from King’s College London with a First Class Honours Degree in Nutrition. Knowing that at some point in her career she wanted to become a manager or own her own business, Colleen decided she wanted to learn more about the business world and applied to study for a Masters degree in Business Management. Her MSc thesis looked at the role of TV marketing in promoting healthy diets. She graduated with a Distinction from Aston Business School. Colleen is also a qualified secondary school teacher with QTS.
Colleen is a member of both the Association for Nutrition and The Nutrition Society, and is registered with the UK Voluntary Register of Nutritionists. Since graduating she has developed a career as a Registered Nutritionist and is passionate about helping people to feel good through healthy eating. In her spare time she enjoys netball, ice skating, running and editing her personal lifestyle blog (forcailini.blogspot.com) where she writes about her two passions – Nutrition/Health and Fashion.
Having worked with many patients/clients throughout her career, she realises that having that extra bit of support and guidance when trying to follow a new eating regime can make all the difference between success and failure. With this in mind, Colleen launched her 6-week Nutrition Programme, which specialises in helping people to adopt a healthy lifestyle, predominantly through diet and nutrition.
Colleen saw an opportunity to combine her love of fashion and style, with her professional interest in nutrition and later decided to incorporate a personal image styling service into her business, which she aptly named NutriShion – where Nutrition meets Fashion.
Registered Nutritionists (RNutr) are full members of the Association for Nutrition and registered with the UK Voluntary Register of Nutritionists (UKVRN). In order to be accepted on to the register, you need to have studied a nutrition-based course to degree level at an accredited university and have at least three years post-graduation experience working in the nutrition field and have references to prove this. This also allows the letters RNutr to be used after the individual’s name.
Registered Nutritionists are bound by the UKVRN Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct and therefore must remain scrupulous in using evidence-based research to base advice and recommendations on.
You can trust a Registered Nutritionist!