Dr Wendy Hall, Juliette Kellow

27 January 8-9pm


Dr Wendy Hall, Juliette Kellow

27 January 8-9pm





Ahead of World Heart Month in February this webinar will help you get right up to speed with all things diet and heart health with world expert Dr Wendy Hall. It will include modifiable risk factors and where diet fits in as an important factor. It will cover dietary patterns and cardiovascular disease outcomes (PREDIMED)/key risk factors (CRESSIDA, DASH, Mediterranean ). Dietary components that will be covered include: fruit and vegetables, wholegrains, oily fish, nuts and seeds – as well as the National Dietary Nutrition analysis and the ATTIS RCT helping you to put all things diet and heart health into practice.


  • The roles of dyslipidaemia and inflammation in atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (CVD)


  • The importance of diet in the prevention and treatment of heart disease


  • To critically discuss the impact of different dietary interventions on CVD events/mortality and risk factors

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Melissa Mogor

Expert speaker

Dr Wendy Hall
PhD RNutr, Reader in Nutritional Sciences, Department of Nutritional Sciences
Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine, King’s College London

Dr Wendy Hall (RNutr) is a nutritional scientist currently appointed as Reader at King’s College London, where she has held an academic post since 2005. She completed her PhD (2001) on protein and appetite at the University of Surrey and then conducted metabolic studies on vitamin E absorption, distribution and excretion as a postdoctoral researcher in the same department. She conducted further research on the cardioprotective effects of soy isoflavones and unsaturated fatty acids as a postdoc at University of Reading. She now leads the Diet and Cardiometabolic Health research group at King’s where she conducts randomised controlled trials to investigate diet and cardiometabolic health outcomes. She is Theme Leader for Whole Body Metabolism for the UK Nutrition Society, and has authored >75 papers.

Adele Hug

Webinar Chair

Juliette Kellow RD
Registered Dietitian

Juliette is a registered dietitian and a member of the British Dietetic Association. She’s worked in the NHS and for the food industry, and is the former editor of magazines Slimming and Top Santé, and the former editorial director of Healthy Food Guide. Juliette writes for many magazines and newspapers, works with many food PR agencies and is a consultant nutritionist for several food brands including The Almond Board of California.

Tanya Haffner, MD RD Nutrilicious.


This webinar has been CPD approved by the British Dietetic Association (BDA) and the Association for Nutrition (AfN).

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This webinar has been kindly supported by the science and nutrition team at the Almond Board of California

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Established 70 years ago and based in Modesto, California, the Almond Board of California is a non-profit organization that is under the supervision of the United States Department of Agriculture. The Board represents and works on behalf of the almond growers and processors in California, most of whom are multi-generational family operations. California produces over 80% of the global supply of almonds, this is because California is one of only five places on Earth with the Mediterranean climate needed to grow almonds.
Since 1995, almond growers and handlers have supported sound science to understand the health effects of almonds on heart disease, diabetes, weight management and more. With more than 180 published papers to date, and studies in progress, almonds are one of the most researched foods in the world. As a research-based organisation, The Almond Board, works closely with the farmers on continual improvement ensuring the almond community is proactive in implementing more efficient and sustainable ways of farming while maintaining to grow a high quality product that makes us consumers around the world happy.

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