The great-grandson of one of the founders of Bath’s Royal United Hospital (RUH) has co-launched a new brand to help keep people healthy.
Food entrepreneur Martin Dewey and registered dietitian Sasha Watkins have officially unveiled field doctor.™; the UK’s first-ever range of nutritionally supercharged meals that deliver numerous health benefits including supporting immunity and gut health.
With recipes created by Sasha along with Head Chef Matt Williamson, field doctor.™ offers science-led and dietitian-designed meals that future-proof long-term wellness goals and taste delicious.
Following the latest nutritional science, ingredients are selected for their nutritional properties and health benefits before being turned into delicious meals designed to improve health.
Martin Dewey said, “In creating these meals we have harnessed the phenomenal power of good food to support better health whilst tasting amazing and being really convenient.
“Personally, I’ve learnt a huge amount over the last 12 months in this area, particularly around gut health, and it has changed the way my family and I eat. The science in this area is growing daily, we really are just at the beginning.”
Among the healthiest ready meals available in the UK, each dish is made using natural ingredients based on the latest research, with specific nutrient profiles that supercharge each meal.
Cooked in small batches by Matt Williamson and his team at Food Works in Weston-Super-Mare, the meals are then flash frozen, to lock in goodness and flavour, and delivered in recyclable packaging direct to the customer’s door.
Sasha Watkins added, “All our meals are science-led. We leverage the latest peer-reviewed nutrition research to identify the best ingredient selection for Matt to prepare and create meals with maximum nutrition and associated health benefits. We’re at the forefront of Health 2.0 and pioneering a new world of food that is not just packed with nutrition, it’s full of flavour. We can’t wait for people to try it.”
The range includes meat, fish, vegetarian and vegan dishes and field doctor.™ is committed to supporting sustainable farming methods and biodiversity practices, using UK organic meat, Cornish fresh-caught fish, and British-grown grains.
Visit the field doctor.™ website for more information.