Dr. Hazel Wallace

Dr Hazel Wallace is the girl behind The Food Medic. Hazel, a UK based health and fitness blogger and social media influencer, in addition to being a Junior Doctor is also now a Sunday Times best-selling Author.

The Food Medic was released on May 4th, 2017 – “This book isn’t just another diet book; it is about health, confidence, happiness and feeling amazing!” – Dr Hazel Wallace.

Hazel graduated in 2012 with a first-class degree in Medical Sciences, going on to gain a graduate degree in Medicine (MBBCH) in 2016. She now works as a Junior Doctor in London and bridges the gap between mainstream medicine and nutrition in her blog and on her social media.

The Food Medic grew out of Hazel’s medical background and interest in nutrition and fitness. She set up The Food Medic blog in August 2013, in the hopes of using it as a platform to show people that eating healthy, or eating ‘clean’, can be enjoyable, uncomplicated and easy to incorporate into busy lifestyle – like that of a medical student!

Over the past 3 years Hazel has held a number of supper clubs, workshops, and social events, sharing her passion and knowledge for health and nutrition. Hazel has since featured in The Daily Mail Top Ten Fitness Instagrammers and has featured in a number of publications including; HELLO!, The Times, and Women’s Health.

Hazel has worked with a number of brands across a variety of different mediums; POLAR, Sweaty Betty, GoPro, Santander, Trivago and Origins. Alongside fitness, Hazel has also modelled in London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015 and Autumn/Winter 2015 for Charli Cohen and in shoots for Nike, Active In Style, Misfit and That Girl. Hazel has also taken centre stage for numerous cookery demonstrations and leads talks at events such as, BBC Good Food, BE:FIT, WellFest and Balance.

Hazel is an engaging and confident young women with a respected social media presence that is only growing bigger each day and Crown are delighted to be working with her – 2016 was a great year for Hazel and 2017 is set to be a breakout year.