NHS nutrition and behaviour change consultant, Anita Bowes, has been running diabetes and obesity clinics for over ten years. She’s worked on a number of leading research trials and developed new approaches to help those at risk of or living with diabetes. She aims to reduce the need for medication and minimise the risks of long-term health complications.
Anita is now collaborating with Tictrac on a range of prototypes designed to help people at who suffer from Type 2 diabetes, or are at risk, so they can take control of their condition and make better health choices.
With experience in behavioural sciences, she understands how to help people make these changes. She’s an accredited neuro-linguistic programming practitioner, a trained hypnotherapist and an expert in cognitive behaviour therapy.