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Camille Bienvenu

Health, Fitness & Lifestyle Journalist | Nutritionist

Location icon United Kingdom

I'm a reporter working at the intersections of science, food and public health in Aberdeen. My background is in multimedia journalism. Concurrently, I'm trained as a Nutritional Therapist and studied Master's level courses in molecular nutrition.

This portfolio showcases selected articles, of various formats, tones, brands and styles, to give a snapshot of what I regard as my specialist subjects. Click on the titles below to access the Weblinks and PDFs.

Portfolio
NUTRITION & HEALTH RESEARCH PAPER
Scientific Writing Sample

This research article summarises the immunomodulatory role and possible benefits of dietary vitamin C adequacy in the attenuation of COVID-19.

WE HEART LIVING
Should you go 'low-FODMAP'?

You may be wondering: 'what on earth is a FODMAP'? But if you suffer from IBS, or regular bloating, wind, constipation or diarrhoea, this could be the solution you've been waiting for.

MEN'S FITNESS
Should I be eating more raw food?

We talk to Dr Douglas Graham, a chiropractor and nutrition expert who has worked with top athletes including tennis champion Martina Navratilova, NBA pro Ronnie Grandison and bodybuilder Kenneth G Williams.

NUTRITION & HEALTH RESEARCH REVIEW
Can magnesium reduce the burden of dementia?

The contribution of mineral imbalance in brain aging and dementia, especially magnesium (Mg), is not well studied. This review explores the pathological features of AD as a way of then describing the impacts of Mg on cognitive decline.

WOMEN'S FITNESS
Should you practise mindfulness?

In her new book, A Year of Living Mindfully, meditation teacher and author Anna Black presents mindful living as an aspirational goal for us all. So what can we learn from this concept?

WE HEART LIVING
6 steps to a free-from picnic

Don't let your diet let you down in social situations this summer with our 6 steps to a free-from picnic.

WE HEART LIVING
5 ways to tackle IBS symptoms

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a chronic autoimmune reaction to certain foods, caused by a bacteria imbalance in the gut.

FREELANCE
Is it time to retire the BMI?

These new findings are making a case for imaging fat volume and quality to give important clues to cardiometabolic risk that BMI may miss

DIABETES DIGITAL MEDIA
Can I lose fat by eating it?

It is not uncommon to hear that one needs to eat fat in order to burn fat and that this is one of the advantages of low-carb and ketogenic diets. But is this actually true? The short and simple answer is no, the longer answer is what this article is about.

DIABETES DIGITAL MEDIA
How eHealth is transforming diabetes care

Up until around a decade ago, the idea of letting a digital device play a pivotal role in the way diabetes is controlled and monitored was inconceivable. Now,...

DIABETES DIGITAL MEDIA
3D bioprinted artificial pancreas on the horizon

Student researchers from Boston University have figured out a way to make a three-dimensional (3D) print of a functional pancreas with stem cells and other materials.

DIABETES DIGITAL MEDIA
Skip breakfast, Lower insulin

A new study led by researchers at Tel Aviv University, in Israel, has measured the effect of a short term fast on markers of blood sugar control in a small number of people with type 2 diabetes.