Tag Archives | nutrition

Low FODMAP Chocolate

Chocolate & Irritable Bowel Syndrome

As I write this I’m staring across from a room of boxed chocolate Easter eggs; milk ones, dark chocolate ones and even spiced chill chocolate ones, and as I pan over to the other side of the room, there sits my fiance, contently grinning, plotting which movie to watch with which egg. I’m not jealeous […]

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depression and Constipation

Can The Weather Cause Constipation?

When are we happiest? On a sunny tropical Island or in a cold dark city? I know, stupid question, you’d opt for the hot and sunny island. During the winter months I get many people complain to me about constipation. This could be coincidence or down to many other factors such as you exercise less because […]

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Say no to sugar

The ‘Sugar Free’ Craze | Debunked

When it comes to diet & well-being I hate to see the word “trend” or “Fad” linked to food, eating is a way of life and knowing what works for you is half the battle to feeling awesome! Last week I was in the UK and I was shocked at how much of day time […]

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How to live like a human

Back to Basics | How to Live Like a Human

After spending the majority of my current life studying academic nutrition books and journals, magazines, YouTube Channels and other health and wellbeing sites, I think I have a pretty good understanding of how the body works and what it needs to function daily. However, today, while browsing the internet of some of my favourite sites; not […]

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Food Sensitivities

Food Sensitivities … What Would Darwin Say? Evolution or Devolution?

We’re all different, thats an obvious fact I know, but how many people do you know with intolerances/allergies to particular foods? I can count at least 5 out of 12 of my closest friends that have some form of food sensitivity to a lesser degree and I would consider that a fair amount considering food to […]

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Involve Kids in the kitchen

Getting Kids In The Kitchen

Getting kids in the kitchen is an important part of their development. It is great for their sensory development and will build an awareness of their surroundings, it also promotes dexterity and tactile abilities. Most importantly, if it’s done right, they will be able to learn how foods can come together and develop new skills. […]

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