Emily Foster: BDA-Registered Freelance Dietitian, London, UK

B(A)Sc. RD

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Emily Foster

London, UK

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Emily Foster is a Canadian trained, UK based dietitian with a unique background in both retail (healthcare setting) and food start-ups in both nutrition and marketing roles. She is enthusiastic in her approach to demystify the science of nutrition and shares her food know-how with other nutrition experts through her company, Glowing Potential Ltd. Working with start-ups to multi-national wellness brands, such as WW, Emily prides herself on making science-based programmes and campaigns engaging for both consumers and brands alike.

Glowing Potential focuses on: 

  • Health & Wellness Programming
    • Internal (e.g. Corporate Wellness and training programmes for staff)
    • External (e.g. Designing programmes for customers)
  • Brand Education in Nutrition & Health
  • “Edutainment” Brand Health & Wellness Marketing Experiences

Examples of who we have worked with:

  • WW (Formerly, Weight Watchers)
  • Deliveroo
  • Oomi Noodle
  • Piccolo Baby Food

Not sure if we can help you? Get in touch with Emily and she’ll see if there’s a fit – if there isn’t she’ll send you in the right direction!

Business Details:

Glowing Potential Ltd

Details of Dietetic Services Provided

Industry Services

  • Apps
  • BUSINESS CONSULTING
  • Corporate Health
  • Digital Health
  • MEDIA /PR / MARKETING / ADVERTISING
  • Marketing research
  • Radio
  • Speaking
  • TECHNOLOGY
  • TV
  • Tradeshows & exhibits
  • WORKPLACE NUTRITION
  • Web
  • Workplace Education Sessions

Clinical Expertise

  • Health Promotion / Public Health / Mother and Child
  • Healthy Eating / Lifestyle / Behaviour / Wellness
  • IBS
  • Teenagers / Child Nutrition
  • heart health
  • mental health
  • nutrigenomics/nutrigenetics
  • personalised nutrition
  • vegan diet
  • vegetarian diet
  • weight management

Geographical Areas Covered

  • Europe
  • International
  • Ireland
  • UK

Products by Emily Foster

DIY Marketing Bites: Podcast for Health Professionals
Webinars, Audios and Podcasts
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Starting with Squarespace: build a website as a health professional.
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Recent Posts from Emily Foster's Blog

Sugar in Supermarkets – Speaking at Food Matters Live!

16 November 2017

I am really looking forward to speaking at Food Matters Live on “Sugar in Supermarkets: Consumer thoughts, actions and ways for stores to empower customers.” If you’re going to be there, I would love to chat. Catch me after my session and panel discussion, November 22nd, 2017 at 12:30pm – 2pm Room 4. See you there!Emily xQuestions about…

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A Deep Dive into Health Care Branding – An Interview

13 October 2017

Recently on the DIY Marketing Bites Podcast , I interview Vince Parry on my podcast. He is a health care branding expert and shared a wealth of knowledge. Below is our interview, it was a meaty one! So – you can find the numbered sections to help guide you to the areas you are interested…

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Experiential Event Marketing for HCPs – It's all about BIG IMPACT.

06 September 2017

Experiential Marketing, for the sake of both of us I’ll call it EM for short, should be something you are seriously considering or have already implemented in your healthcare business. Why? Because it shows potential clients we’re REAL PEOPLE – and in this digital age, that is becoming even more important. Because it shows current clients that WE…

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Understanding & Identifying Ideal Clients | DIY Marketing for Healthcare Professionals

03 August 2017

Understanding & Identifying Ideal Clients (i.e. Buyer Personas) You may cringe at the thought of conducting more marketing research but the truth is the more you know about your customer, the better you are able to help them as well as generate increased income within your healthcare practice. Buyer Personas are something you may have heard of…

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Specificity the Superhero – 3 Things You Must Do | DIY Marketing for Healthcare Professionals

17 July 2017

To grow your healthcare practice and have a steady stream of clients you need to get down and dirty with the details. You need to…Know your Unique Selling Proposition/Point (i.e. what makes you unique) and who exactly you’re targeting. Get specific with your own goals (personal and for your business).Constantly be refining you goals and USP. Specificity the…

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The Art of the Referral – DIY Marketing for Healthcare Professionals

28 June 2017

The topic of referrals for healthcare professionals can be a sticky, tricky area. Questions like the following pop into your head;Should I ask for referrals? If so, how often? How do I know what the client will say?Is it professional for me to ask for a referral?Am I worthy of a referral?Who should I ask for referrals?Where…

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5 Tips for Website Brainstorming – DIY Marketing for Healthcare Professionals

01 June 2017

So you’re building or re-vamping your website yourself. Perhaps it’s Squarespace, perhaps it’s Wix, perhaps you’re a little bit of a technical guru and you’re using WordPress (kudos). Regardless, there are a couple of things that you want to think about before embarking on this marketing mission. Domain Name Ideas/Securing a Domain Name. This one is more simple…

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5 Things You Need Consider When Choosing a Social Media Platform for your Healthcare Practice

17 May 2017

As a healthcare professional with your own private practice you’re a one-woman/man-band and you try so hard to gracefully waltz from making the coffee, to the journal articles you printed off three weeks ago, to giving clients cutting-edge advice, to feeding yourself, to sleeping, to trying to come up with a plan to bring in more clients and spending time…

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