Tamara Willner

A registered nutritionist (ANutr), Tamara has an MSc in Clinical Nutrition from Roehampton University, and a BSc in Experimental Psychology from The University of Bristol.

She’s our resident health writer at OurPath! Tamara’s role fulfils her passion for dissecting health-related science and making it accessible and applicable to everyone.

The variety of her studies highlighted the importance of tackling behaviour when implementing healthy lifestyle changes, which attracted Tamara to OurPath.

Having run a human clinical trial as part of her MSc, she has a keen eye for rigorous research and enjoys meticulously examining the available evidence.

Tamara’s Latest Articles

Is Salt Bad for You?

Guidelines recommend limiting salt intake, as they suggest too much salt leads to heart disease. But what does the science say? Is salt itself unhealthy?

Are Artificial Sweeteners Bad for You?

What does the science say about artificial sweeteners? Are they safe to consume? Do they aid weight loss? Explore the latest evidence.
Myth Busting

Is Fruit Juice Healthy?

Should we include fruit juice in our five-a-day? Busting the myth that fruit juice is a healthy option for increasing our fruit and vegetable intake.

Does Red Meat Cause Cancer?

Recent media scares suggest that red meat causes cancer. Is the science behind this claim solid? Does evidence suggest we should avoid red meat altogether?