In her books, Natalie's accessible style has inspired thousands of readers.
She is now studying for a PhD at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. She is exploring what 'reponsibility' means to various people in the food system: members of the public, the food industry and government. How 'responsible' are they really able to be? Where does one group's responsibility end and another's begin? What impact does this have on diet and health? What are the influences on individuals' dietary choices?
Prior to her PhD studies she returned to Cambridge (where she did her undergraduate degree) to do an MPhil in Public Health after completing an MA in Medical Anthropology at the University of Sussex.
Natalie was inspired to return to academic life by an interest in the debate about the complex social and economic and other determinants of health.
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