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Who Is Dr Ian Campbell? PDF Print E-mail

As an independent obesity expert he was always impressed by the simplicity, and versatility of The Diet Plate® when working with his patients. The opportunity to be involved in making The Diet Plate® a national success story was too good to refuse.

 

Dr Ian Campbell's Role at The Diet Plate ®

 

Dr. Ian Campbell - Medial Director at The Diet PlateIan joined The Diet Plate® team when he was appointed as Medical Director in 2007.

As an independent obesity expert he was always impressed by the simplicity, and versatility of The Diet Plate® when working with his patients. The opportunity to be involved in making The Diet Plate® a national success story was too good to refuse.

Inspired by recent publications proving the effectiveness of The Diet Plate® in achieving both weight loss and improved health, Ian continues to provide medical advice to the company, is a spokesman for the press, and is involved in developing other key weight loss products.

Background Information

A medical practitioner, Ian has become well known in the media for his specialist knowledge of obesity, and his direct and sensible approach to life.

He is a full time GP and prominent campaigner for the prevention and treatment of obesity. Ian is a specialist at the Overweight Clinic, University Hospital, Nottingham, and founder and the first President of the National Obesity Forum. He is now the Honorary Medical Director of the leading charity “Weight Concern”, winners of the Best New Charity of the Year Award in 2002 – a charity which works to address both the physical and psychological health needs of overweight people.

He is an advisor on nutrition and obesity to numerous UK and international organisations, including the government, and is frequently invited to comment on wide-ranging medical matters for the media, where he provides clear, concise medical advice. He is a tireless campaigner for reforms to the NHS and can be found leading campaigns and lecturing worldwide.

Ian appears regularly on television - he presented "A Matter of Fat" for Carlton, and played an important role as Medical Consultant for the BBC 1 series "Fat Nation" and ITV's "Fat Chance". He appeared in “The Indestructibles” on BBC 3, in “Tonight with Trevor McDonald” for ITV and “Bodyshock” on Channel 4 – a startling programme about the world’s biggest boy in Russia.

He is regularly asked for his comments on all the news programmes, is Carlton TV's resident doctor in the Midlands, and has made guest appearances on many other programmes across all networks. On radio he contributes both nationally and locally.

In addition to producing articles for the medical press, national newspapers frequently seek Ian's opinion, and he has written for many of them. His first book is "Obesity: Your Questions Answered" and he has contributed and written forewords to many others on the subject of obesity.

Ian was born in Scotland, graduated from Glasgow University and now lives in Nottinghamshire. When not at work he retains a passion for rock music, theatre, has a keen interest in cooking good food (great food can be healthy!), sport, and long walks with his dog in the countryside.

 
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