Public Health and Corporate Nutritionist
Vandana brings a wealth of experience in public health nutrition to the corporate sector.
As a nutritionist, she makes a positive impact on the lifestyle choices of communities and clients for the better. She has worked in multicultural environment and can understand the varied needs of employees from diverse backgrounds, and their health inequality challenges. She identifies their barriers and ways to overcome them, implementing tools such as motivational interviewing and behavioural modification techniques. Vandana aims to promote long term physical and mental health solutions for employees and support employers in reaching excellence in frameworks such as the Workplace Wellbeing Charter.
As a Superwellness associate Vandana has been actively involved in projects with clients across different sectors from media to sustainable agriculture. Recently, she assisted in delivering a Nutritional Challenge at Café Spice Namaste, working with a culturally diverse team and supporting them to optimise their traditional diet for maximum health and wellbeing.
Vandana is a friendly and polite person who is always thinking of the needs of others when she is communicating…Her commitment to health and wellness is clear… Fola B.
(Workshop)It was really informative and inspiring. I learnt a lot and think if I could follow the plans I will definitely benefit from it….G.M
The presentation was very good and informative. Quiz was well constructed and informative. I think you are doing very well and all the best in future…R.A
Vandana has a Masters in Nutritional Sciences (distinction) from the University of Greenwich.She is also a registered associate nutritionist with UKVRN, and an active member of the Association for Nutrition (AfN) of which she is an enthusiastic regional representative. She has led several projects focused on health improvement and promotion, providing informed evidence-based choices following the NICE and SACN guidelines. These range from tackling obesity and diabetes and facilitating lifestyle and behavioural changes with the ‘Kent community Health NHS trust’ to running research projects with Cambridgeshire County Council. She works with Diabetes UK to facilitate a local Diabetes peer group and organises fund raising events for the charity. She is a tutor on an online public health nutrition master’s degree course and leads some of their modules.