Disclaimer & Disclosure Policy
As a Dietitian practising in Lebanon, I am registered with the Ministry Of Health (Lebanon). I am bound by an ethical code to provide accurate and clear information to the public about nutrition, and not to provide any false or misleading information. Transparency is very important to me – not only does it build trust within my Expert dietetic profession, but it is important to me on a personal, moral and ethical level too. All information on my website, blog and social media activities is independent, unless declared otherwise.
Information or resources seen on my website should never be seen as a substitute for personalised advice from a Dietitian, nurse or doctor.
All information and resources on my website and blog are the intellectual property of Dietitian Christelle Bedrossian and are covered by Copyright law.
• The aim of my blog is to provide useful information to help my readers make better choices about their nutrition. I blog about things which are interesting like healthy eating tips for kids, women, men, couples and families and about weight loss
• Any blogs that are sponsored will be clearly disclosed as such, with the words “sponsored by…” at the end of the article. If a company has paid or sponsored me to write a blog or an article, the product or company will not be promoted as better than other counterparts.
• As the science of nutrition is often changing as new evidence comes forward, please note that older or archived blogs may contain outdated information. Please contact me if you have any queries about this.
• Information in my blogs should never replace getting personalised nutrition advice from a nurse, doctor or registered Dietitian.
Social Media Disclosure
I use several social media platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Pinterest and YouTube. In addition to my blog posts, I will always prominently display any affiliations, employment, financial or material relationships that influence or appear to influence my posts of social media channels. This usually involves #spon on Twitter, or “sponsored by…” on other channels.
*Disclaimer: The information and reference guides in this website are intended solely for the general information for the reader. The contents of this web site are not intended to offer personal medical advice, diagnose health problems or for treatment purposes. It is not a substitute for medical care provided by a licensed and qualified health professional. There is no guarantee of specific results the results may vary. Please consult your health care provider for any advice on medications