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Connecting the dots between food and mood

What role can diet play in supporting mental health? Food and mood rhyme for a reason as the two are intrinsically linked. What we eat directly correlates to how we feel. Ever felt wired after

“Underlying health concerns”: Where mainstream and complementary healthcare can meet

As the term “underlying health concerns”​ dominates headlines how can “Nutritional Therapy”​ help alleviate the burden on current healthcare systems? One of the things that has become increasingly apparent during this global pandemic is that

Mental Health Awareness Week 13-19 May 2019

Mental Health Awareness Week 2019 will take place from Monday 13 to Sunday 19 May 2019. The theme for 2019 is Body Image – how we think and feel about our bodies. This year’s theme

How can Nutrition cater to our individual needs?

About a month ago I gave a seminar on “eating to promote health” to a room full of 30 adults, of mixed age and including both men and women. As I went through BANT’s Wellness

Recipe: Embracing healthy fats with Avocado Guacamole

After years of being told that fat is bad for us there has been a welcome shift in focus in recent years towards “healthy fats” and the essential role they play in the body. Just

Recipe: Turkey, Courgette & Mint Polpette

Getting a good balance of lean protein in the diet can be really helpful for supporting the body’s natural growth and repair systems. Animal proteins such as meat, fish and eggs provide the complete range

Making Easter treats just a little bit healthier

Traditionally Easter has always been a time of feasting, after the prolonged fasting period during Lent which precedes it.  The modern-day take on Easter has turned it into an entirely sweet affair with chocolate eggs,

“Count calories to tackle obesity” says Public Health England (PHE)

There has been a great media response in the headlines over last weeks announcement from Public Health England (PHE) to use calorie counting and portion control in the fight against obesity. PHE launched their “One