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There are vast benefits to knowing how nutrition can be good for your body and emotional well-being. Knowledge is power!

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Eating healthy is expensive

I am not going to lie to you. In today’s times, it is easier to eat junk then to try and have a healthy diet. Often the things that are not so good for us are cheap and are convenient. I know many people that want to eat healthily but feel they can’t because it is too expensive. I wanted to see if that was true and so I decided to try to make a weekly menu plan that was healthy and with a weekly budget of less than £20.

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The art of satiety

Satiety is the feeling of fullness after eating that suppresses the urge to eat for a period of time after a meal. If we feel full or ‘satiated’ after a meal, then we are likely to go much longer before we feel hungry and may eat less at the next meal. Below I provide useful dietary tips that will help make you feel fuller for longer. This especially will be beneficial to those wanting to lose weight.


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Battling your cholesterol woes with diet

Very well conducted studies suggest a clear link between high cholesterol levels and heart disease. If you are struggling with high cholesterol, here is a nutritionist guide to lowering your cholesterol through diet.

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Nutrition and brain health

The brain is the most complex organ in the body. It is made up of a complex network of billions of nerve cells called neurons, as well as other kinds of cells, all protected by the bones of the skull. Ever wondered what you could eat and drink to make your brain function better for e.g. improve memory? This article discusses how nutrition can impact how well your brain works.

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Should we eat red meat? A nutritionist’s view.

Red meat refers to flesh from mammals and fowl that are red in appearance when raw or cooked. Red meat is a nutrient rich food that contains a variety of macronutrients and micronutrients.

Eating red meat is a very controversial topic in the nutrition world. Some say that we should completely cut it out of our diets, while others have taken a more eat in moderation view. In this article, I will be investigating the health benefits and consequences of red meat and after picking at the evidence, decide if red meat has a place in a healthy diet.

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A nutritionist’s guide to surviving the stomach bug

Hopefully you won’t have to use the advice I give in this article because it is about coping with something that we wish didn’t exist. The dreaded stomach bug which leads to symptoms such as diarrhoea, vomiting, nausea and bloating.  These unpleasant symptoms normally take a few days to a week to recover from. Healthcare professionals recommended taking paracetamol for any fever or aches and pains and getting plenty of rest. In addition to this, this article will give you advice on what to eat and avoid eating when surviving a stomach bug and the symptoms described from day one till up to a week. Each stage is dependent on how well you feel. For example, someone may be ready to eat in the first 24 hours if their symptoms are mild.

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Tackling food poverty: Should UK food outlets be forced to give away unsold food?

food-wasteAlthough Britain is the seventh richest country in the world, many people suffer from food poverty (1) . Food poverty is by defined as the inability to afford, or to have access to food to make up a healthy diet. It is about the quality of food as well as quantity (2). It is estimated that at least 4.7 million live in food poverty in the UK (3).

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Vitamin D deficiency among pregnant minority women in Europe

I was delighted to write an article for the vitamin D council! The vitamin D council provide information on the latest vitamin D news and research. They also raise awareness on vitamin D deficiency. In the article, I discuss the prevalence of vitamin D deficiency. To read the article, click here.bigstock-Vitamin-D-In-A-Spoon-39775585

Egg free spaghetti carbonara

carbonaraThis egg free version of spaghetti carbonara not only tastes delicious but is also much lower in calories!




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