Healthy Food Guide is New Zealand’s top-selling food magazine. We are the experts in food and health, with all content backed by sound scientific evidence.

Healthy Food Guide’s experts are always available for comment and appearances in all media.

Claire Turnbull, Healthy Food Guide nutritionist

Claire is a registered nutritionist who regularly features on TV, radio and print media. Claire has starred in three prime-time TV shows, including the upcoming HFG TV series for Choice TV. She is the owner and director of private nutrition practice and corporate wellness company, Mission Nutrition. Claire is a professional speaker and has published two best sellers with Penguin Random House, Lose Weight for Life and Feel Good for Life. She has also recently released a wellness diary, It’s a Beautiful Day.

Email Claire or phone +64 21 910 540

Niki Bezzant, Healthy Food Guide editor-at-large

As founding editor of Healthy Food Guide magazine, a columnist for the Herald on Sunday and a frequent contributor to broadcast media, Niki has extensive knowledge of nutrition science and consumer attitudes to healthy eating. She is currently president of Food Writers New Zealand and proud ambassador for the Garden to Table programme, which helps kids learn how to grow, cook and share food. She is a member of the Council of Directors for the True Health Initiative, a global coalition of health professionals dedicated to sharing a science-based message of what we know for sure about lifestyle and health. Niki is a professional speaker and has authored two recipe books.

Email Niki or phone +64 21 888 024

Recent media appearances

Radio LIVE

Brownie witchcraft, beer nutrients and cancer

Ditch the gourmet salt – Consumer NZ

NZ Herald

NZH Focus: Back to school lunches

TVNZ Breakfast

The pros and pitfalls of vegetarian and vegan diets


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