The EYN Partnership is committed to improving nutrition standards for children in the early years. Nutrition during this critical period impacts children’s healthy growth, development and long-term outcomes. Learn more about the importance of nutrition in the first years of a child’s life.
The future outcomes and lifetime health of young children can be influenced by good nutrition early in their lives. Early years settings play a key role in supporting the nutritional needs of young children and the EYN Partnership is here to support you.
Nutrition in a child’s early years impacts their growth, development and long-term outcomes. The EYN Partnership want to give you confidence that you’re providing your child with the nutrition they need – whether at home or when they’re in a childcare setting.
MSc Human Nutrition (Public Health with Sports); MBBS, MD Physician
Harman has a background in medicine and nutrition, having first studied to become a physician before doing a post-graduate qualification in Human Nutrition. Since graduating, Harman worked in roles across the NHS and charity sector before becoming self-employed as a Nutrition Consultant.
Harman worked with HIV charity, The Food Chain, acting as the first point of contact, providing nutrition advice, delivering training and providing meals for service users.
In her NHS roles, Harman worked as a Dietetic Assistant in a number of London hospitals, gaining experience working with adults and children with complex health difficulties and supporting the clinical work of the Dietetics teams. These roles involved supporting on the development of allergy menus, conducting health promotion activities, screening for malnutrition and analysing diets.
Harman also works as an assessor for The Skills Network, assessing learners on Level 2 courses in Diabetes, and Health and Nutrition. She launched her consultancy business, Nutrificent Life, and offers 1:1 support to clients as well as delivering health promotion activities within her local community.