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Eating Habits & Behaviour Change with Dr Brian Power

The Connected by Nutricia podcast is designed for healthcare professionals only.

Eating Habits & Behaviour Change with Dr Brian Power is the fifth podcast episode from Connected by Nutricia. In this episode, Dr Brian discusses past, present and future eating habits and behaviour change.

About Dr Brian Power: Originally from Kilkenny in Ireland, Brian is currently a Lecturer in Nutrition at University College London. Prior to joining the University, Brian served as a lecturer in nutrition and dietetics at London Metropolitan University and the University of Hertfordshire. He is interested in understanding and changing eating and physical activity behaviours and the development and evaluation of behaviour change interventions. He is a registered Dietitian with the Health and Care Professions Council, and has experience working as a clinical dietitian in hospitals in Ireland, London and the Midlands, England. Brian has also spent some time volunteering in India. His voluntary work was part of a wider nutritional surveillance project for Seva Mandir, a community development non-profit organisation in the Udaipur district of Rajasthan, India.

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