Laura Clark


Recent Posts by Laura Clark

What habits are worth changing in the Workplace?

Last week I joined forces with the Mental Health Charity, Bath Mind as we made ourselves at home at the Good Day Cafe in Bath and looked at how our working day influences our food choices, how food plays a part in our stress levels and what our coping …

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Pumpkin and Chickpea Stew

This delicious pumpkin dish is a massive hit with all the family… it serves 6 so you have plenty of leftovers for lunch. Admittedly the children pick the herby bits out but as I keep telling them that’s what creates the AMAZING flavours! They were surp …

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Banana Pancakes

These banana pancakes are a firm favourite of ours on a Sunday morning. Apparently Daddy makes them better – kids know how to hit you where it hurts sometimes don’t they! Ingredients 2-3 ripe bananas (depending on size) 140g wholemeal self-raising flou …

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Sweetcorn Pancakes

Sweetcorn pancakes are such a hit in our household they make it onto the meal plan every week. I serve them with mozzarella or feta, salad such as tomatoes and pepper sticks and sometimes bacon (I choose the bacon without the nitrates). They are also g …

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The key to meal planning success

Personally I’ve always struggled with meal planning and yet when I do it I feel like a new woman. I am delighted to host this blog from Sarah Alder of Kitchen Titbits to share her secrets to successful meal planning as she’s a lady who always has it so …

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Nutrition tips for the body conscious Love Island couples

It’s a hard life – slurping from a personalised water bottle and trying to decide whether to sit on a swinging seat or a bean bag. I’d love to see inside those fridges because you don’t see them eat much do you? Their bodies look sculpted, but should t …

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Packing lunch with a punch

The day they come home and negotiate that they would like packed lunch instead of school dinners is not necessarily one we look forward to. But is it an opportunity to boost the nutritional value of their diets, experiment with new things or just weep …

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Keeping sane when coping with fussy eating

Writing a post about fussy eating when you have a fussy eater yourself is both therapeutic and painful in equal measure, especially when you’re a dietitian. It’s an emotive subject and I don’t joke when I say part of it is our own coping strategy to ge …

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Fibre is the F word my children should be talking about!

With sugar continually making the headlines, fibre doesn’t get a look in. And yet this is really what we should be focusing on. The good news is we can put a positive spin on it because it’s all about what to eat more of. How else can we sell it to the …

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IBS – When gut health doesn’t seem quite so trendy

We are nearing the end of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Awareness Month this April – a condition that precedes all the recent interest in gut health. It is good to see IBS getting the recognition it deserves as a complex disorder with a spectrum of sy …

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