Why we chose our contributors:
Our contributors have unlimited enthusiasm for health and wellbeing, which is why they’re a perfect fit for Nature’s Best. Their wealth of experience, passion and ability to communicate our voice in a comprehensive way is why we value their work. Why not take time to browse our library? We’re certain you’ll learn something beneficial, whatever your interest. We hope you enjoy reading their articles as much as we do!
Christine Morgan has been a freelance health and wellbeing journalist for almost 20 years, having written for numerous publications including the Daily Mirror, S Magazine, Top Sante, Healthy, Woman & Home, Zest, Allergy, Healthy Times and Pregnancy & Birth; she has also edited several titles such as Women’ Health, Shine’s Real Health & Beauty and All About Health.
A former online health editor of the AOL site My Daily, Christine has also provided online journalism and copywriting services for websites such as Careway, High50, Arthritis Action and, of course, Nature’s Best. For more information, visit christinemorgan.co.uk.
Olivia Salter has always been an avid health nut. After graduating from the University of Bristol, she began working for a nutritional consultancy where she discovered her passion for all things wellness-related.
There, she executed much of the company’s content marketing strategy and found her niche in health writing, publishing articles in Women’s Health, Mind Body Green, Thrive and Psychologies. Now at Nature’s Best, she is able to partner her love for copywriting and fascination with nutrition, producing content on all areas of health: from fertility to emotional wellbeing to weight loss.
Keri Filtness has worked in the Nutrition Industry for 19 years. She is regularly called upon for her professional comments on health and nutrition related news. Her opinions have been featured by BBC3, Prima, Vitality, The Mirror, Woman’s Own and Cycling Weekly, amongst others. She has also worked one to one with journalists, analysing their diets and health concerns and recommending changes and additions, where appropriate.
Keri also writes posts on social media and has a passion for reviewing clinical evidence and its application on a day to day basis. This allows her to pair her scientific background with her enthusiasm for spreading the word about good nutrition and health.