FTF embark on clinical placements!

Wondering why we’ve been so quiet?! Team FTF are on clinical placement in busy London teaching hospitals for the next three months. We are beginning to apply our clinical knowledge to real life patients in a variety of settings- from oncology to eating disorders to bariatric surgery! We are working alongside large teams of dietitians,…

Launch of the new FTF Healthy Food Guide column!

We are so excited to finally share with you the news that we have a monthly column in the Healthy Food Guide magazine! Every month we will be talking about the latest nutrition news and the trends to watch out for in the world of fad diets! Our first article for April is on the…

FTF’s response to today’s headlines linking ‘burnt toast with increased cancer risk.’

Some common sense in a midst of confusion! FTF’s response to today’s headlines linking ‘burnt toast with increased cancer risk.’ Did you see the headlines today stating that eating burnt toast and roast potatoes increases cancer risk? Understandably, a lot of people are now worried about eating anything with a golden crust! The Food Standards…

Because You’re Sweet Enough Already-Introducing our FIRST ever giveaway with UGLY drinks!

Sugar was the hot topic of nutrition in 2016 with the consensus that ‘too much sugar makes us fat’ and we are eating too much of it! In fact, last year saw the announcement of new sugar guidelines recommending that adults should be consuming no more than 7 cubes (30g) of sugar each day. We…

KCL Faculty of Medicine summarises our work with FTFs

The King’s College London Faculty of Medicine has written a piece on us! Read about what we’ve been up to since founding FTFs back in January 2016 here. New Year is fast approaching, and this is our busiest time at FTFs- social media goes crazy with nutritional nonsense, fad diets and detoxes! Often this advice…

FTFs to present at The International Congress of Dietetics, Granada, Spain, 6th September 2016

We are delighted to have been asked to speak at the ENDietS student congress at ICD 2016. We look forward to discussing the importance of regulated and evidence-based nutritional information in the media and the impact that RDs and RD2bs can have on social media. We will be regularly posting from ICD via our website…