Amanda Hamilton is a nutritional consultant, writer, and TV presenter. Known for work hosting Slim Chance: Fix My Family (2011-12), Should I Worry About…? (2006), How to Live Longer (2007), and The Last Resort (2009) for the BBC. She is also known for her work on the BBC’s Sunday morning food magazine show, Something For the Weekend (2006), which she co-presented with Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer. She was also the co-writer and presenter of GMTV’s diet campaigns Inch Loss Island, Bikini Diet, and Little Black Dress.
Known as one of the UK’s top five ‘super-nutritionists’ Amanda additionally co-produced and presented Spa of Weight Loss for Life, Spa of Embarrassing Illnesses (2005-11), and Teen Spa of Embarrassing Illnesses on UKTV. She was also the resident nutritionist for ITV’s This Morning (2012) and the Tonight show (2013).
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As well as her work on television, Amanda Hamilton is an established writer, with several books published. First was LifeDetox in 2007, followed by Life-Changing Weight Loss the year after. In 2013, she published Eat, Fast, Slim, which has since been translated into languages including Korean and Czech. In 2017, Amanda co-wrote The G Plan Diet with fellow health writer Hannah Ebelthite. She also contributes to several magazines and newspapers where she provides health and nutritional advice.
Amanda has created an exclusive profile for herself in the wellbeing industry. She works directly with clients on nutritional programmes, including Nourish Clients, Nourish Holidays, and Champneys Spa UK and in the South of Spain. She also works with corporate groups and businesses to provide practical and accessible ways for individuals to enhance their wellbeing.
A member of the Guild of Health Writers and a senior associate of the Royal Society of Medicine, Amanda continue to further her nutritional education, studying a Post-Grad in Obesity Science at the Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen.
Understanding the rules of the nutrition game: Biohacking is the conscious practice which allows individuals to optimise their performance through science. While this may sound confusion and high-tech, Amanda introduces a simple approach to biohacking, providing tips on how to build your own internal ‘basecamp’ in order to thrive and avoid burnout.
Longevity: Live better, live longer: Aging is inevitable, and keeping our bodies running at an optimum levels for a long period time can impact its internal processes, including metabolism. In this talk, Amanda shares advice on how to rethink about the way we eat, and how to build sustainable healthy habits that will benefit us over our entire lifetime.
Gut Health: Health problems rooted in an unexpected place: Amanda draws upon her number one bestselling book on gut health, explaining why common problems such as poor skin and lethargy can have their root in your gut. She explains why some gut health trends can lead to more aggravation, and explains how by understanding your gut health timeline and honing habits such as exercise, eating, sleep and stress can be the breakthrough you and your body need.
Women’s Health: Nutrition and lifestyle edits for women in midlife: Unfortunately, health knowledge we rely on is very rarely discovered with women in mind. Men and women have different bodies and requirements, and yet the advice provided is unlikely to deliver the same results for women. Amanda shares proven lifestyle changes that have helped women feel their best selves again.
Clients include Marbella Club, myfitnesspal, Nairn’s, the NHS, OakNorth, and The Vita Company.
Amanda Hamilton is Britain’s best-recognised celebrity nutritionist.
Wall Street Journal
Amanda Hamilton has run hugely popular and highly informative seminars for Oak North Bank. We find it hugely impactful relative to the organisational time involved. Highly recommend.
Associate Director, People Operations, Oak North Bank
Amanda’s approach is pragmatic and balanced – just like the diet she recommends. She is an inquisitive, rigorous, healthcare practitioner with a clear understanding of the real world and the challenges we all face in our daily lives.
Dr. Jonty Heaversedge