Food writer and Presenter

David Atherton is a food writer and the winner of The Great British Bake Off 2019. On the show, he impressed the judges and public with his interesting flavour combinations, the healthy elements to his bakes and his cool, calm and collected approach to cooking.

David considers healthy eating central to a healthy lifestyle, but with no compromise on flavour and texture. At the core of his food ethos is the belief that good health comes from fuelling your body effectively, rather than limiting the calories you eat. His attitude to food has been shaped by his work for more than a decade in the international health arena. He has a masters’ degree in public health, a post-graduate qualification in expedition & wilderness medicine, and has taught at major universities on HIV and malaria.

David currently writes a fortnightly column of healthy cookery for The Guardian named Fit Food with David Atherton and has appeared on Blue Peter as a guest chef. 

  • RT @imajsaclaimant: The new *daily* allowance for peers in the House of Lords is £323. The *monthly* allowance for a single person under 25…

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