Trudi Purdy - wlr Team
Helpteam Member, Weight Loss Mentor and Brand Ambassador
11 years in the diet and weight loss industry
- British Nutrition Foundation accredited course - Introduction to Healthy Eating & Nutrition
- Trained Motivational Interviewing Practitioner
- Writer, researcher and reviewer in the weight loss and diet field
Trudi's Weight Loss Success Story
Trudi's Work on wlr
The Special K Diet Plan (Special K Challenge) has evolved but will it still help you to lose weight in a healthy way? WLR investigates . . .
Series 3 of How to Lose Weight Well started on Monday 8th Jan 2018 on Channel 4. Here's a review of the first show and brief roundups of all diets featured in previous episodes
Great ideas for convenience and treats without excess cals. Here’s the yummy-looking latest
Watch a celebrity on a diet plan, and see the experts try to bust diet myths. Here's our review of episode 1. Episode 2 is tonight (9th Jan) at 8pm on Channel 5
Enjoy a no-pressure batch cooking session on just one day to get fast, tasty and healthy meals to keep your diet on track for a whole month or more, here’s how
Can food delivery services such as Diet Chef help your weight loss journey? Or are healthy frozen ready meals from the supermarket just as good?
The key to getting more active is finding activities that you enjoy. Our A-Z guide has 49 ideas to get you, and your friends and family, out and active this summer.
Could this popular form of losing weight actually cause more harm than good? this new study suggest that could be the case.
A new study shows that eating up to 12 eggs a week can be part of a healthy diet for everyone including people with pre-diabetes and type 2 diabetes
Is Low-Dough the calorie counters' and low carbers' dream, or a diet food nightmare. Here's the wlr team's review
5:2 is a popular form of intermittent fasting for people who want to lose weight. So what is it about this method that dieters seem to like so much? Does it work? Is it healthy? What are the pros and cons?
This fascinating piece of research clearly illustrates what happens, and how long it takes to get back to normal, you may not to want to push it too often, for too long
You don’t have to stick to water at summer gatherings. Drinks makers are coming out with lower calorie versions of popular summer drinks. Here’s 24 new tipples to try
Barriers to burning fat melt away like snow when you get a treadmill you can use at home, along with the pounds. Here's 17 benefits
Just 12 weeks of simple walking exercise using a pedometer to count steps leads to a more active lifestyle 3-4 years later
Ever thought about running and then thought, Nah! Maybe your local parkrun could change your mind?
What's in Slimming World Magazine? Is it useful to people who aren't SW members? Here's our in-depth review of SW mag in 2018
Members of the wlr team review the boot camp style fitness training run by British Military Fitness.
We took one for the team and taste tested some of the low calorie cakes and cookies from the Skinny Bakery. They got a big thumbs up from us!
Dietitian Juliette Kellow reviews Weight Watchers UK Magazine.
What's in Feel Good You Magazine? Can it help you lose weight? Here's our in-depth review.
Many experts believe there is something very special about eating a Mediterranean diet and a new study has added yet more health benefits to this way of eating.
NASA swears by bouncing to get their astronauts fit after being in space so we thought we would give a new trampoline exercise class a try. Read what happened here.
Are Brits wasting £175 million every year on taking supplements that actually do nothing? Researchers are saying yes!
Pumping up the volume in restaurants makes you part with more money and make unhealthy choices according to a new study.
New kid on the food delivery block, Everdine, are offering clean eating gourmet style. We tasted some of the food they offer and looked at what the deal is.
Be a Christmas cracker this season - No filters required!
Aerobic exercise can make a dramatic difference to the 'age' of your heart, even in late middle age, according to these two trials