Dr. Hazel Wallace – founder
Hazel is a qualified medical doctor, best-selling author, content creator, and health influencer – she is the brains and rockstar behind The Food Medic!
Jemima Davis – media manager
Jemima splits her time between between working as a chef in London and running The Food Medic website. She joined The Food Medic when it was just Hazel writing and creating everything, back in September 2017, and loves working for such an important and growing brand and business that The Food Medic has become.
Charlotte Frank – Personal assistant
Charlotte is a virtual assistant who supports a number of clients remotely, including The Food Medic. She tries to keep Hazel’s diary as manageable and organised as possible and loves supporting Hazel and the team and being involved in a such an exciting and interesting business.
Maeve Hanan – Dietician
Maeve Hanan is a Consultant Dietitian and Health Writer. She also runs the blog DieteticallySpeaking.com, as she is passionate about promoting evidence-based nutrition and fighting nutritional nonsense. Find Maeve on Instagram @dietetically_speaking
Dr. John Sykes – GP and lifestyle medicine advocate
Dr John Sykes is a GP based in Bath with a keen interest in Lifestyle Medicine. He is also Trustee and Director of the British Society of Lifestyle Medicine. John’s greatest interest is encouraging his patients to be more active, eat better, relax daily and optimise their sleep in order to improve their health and reduce their risk of disease. John is also a Mac Nutrition Uni Certified Nutritionist. Find John on Instagram @healthandfitnessdoctor
Luce Hosier – Recipe developer and stylist
Luce works in The City as a full time junior insurance broker, and spend pretty much every other waking minute in the kitchen, creating plant based recipes to put on her blog to be enjoyed by all! Find Luce on Instagram @whatluceeats
Sarah Malcolm – Recipe developer and stylist
Sarah is a recipe and content creator, food stylist, and yoga teaching in London. She also hosts her own blog to feed her passion for food and share her own PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome) journey with the world. Find Sarah on Instagram @sarahmalcs