Tag Archives: "dietitian"

Top Tips: May 2019

Variety! Try new things experiment with cooking styles. A good way to try new things is too see what is on offer in the supermarket fruit and veg fridges at the end of the day. These products are usually cheaper and there is less to choose from if you …

read more

Mental Health Awareness Week 13th-19th – Body Image

Hosted by the Mental Health Foundation, 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. https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/campaigns/mental- …

read more

International Happiness Day: How Does Food Affect Mood?

Food and mood are closely related. Whether you feel irritable because you haven’t eaten or you feel like you need to eat comfort food because you’ve had a hard day, the two things are difficult to separate. We have a couple of things going on here. On …

read more

10 reflections working as a dietitian

This week marks the 10 year anniversary working as a dietitian. How time flies! I’ve taken a moment to reflect upon some of the key things I have learnt over the years as a dietitian, personally and professionally. I studied Nutrition and Dietetics at …

read more

Sarah’s Story

Sarah is a recent client we have had at The Food Treatment Clinic and hopefully by sharing her story it will illustrate how seeing a dietitian could help you. Background Sarah came to see us complaining of digestive health problems which had started ma …

read more

Evidence Week – A Dietitian at Houses of Parliament

This week marks the first of its kind  – week dedicated to evidence. From the 25th to the 28th of June there are activities across the country to celebrate the need and use of evidence. Why Is Evidence So Important In Dietetics? As dietitians, we use s …

read more

Eosinophilic Esophagitis

Introduction Eosinophilic Oesophagitis (EoE) is a rare allergic condition which can affect both adults and children. EoE is triggered by having an allergic response to certain foods. When you consume the food, inflammation occurs in your oesophagus, le …

read more

Slow Gut Transit Constipation – What To Eat

What Is Slow Gut Transit Constipation? Slow transit constipation is just one type of constipation. It occurs when the muscles in the colon do not work correctly, leading to constipation (1). Symptoms can include the following (1); pain blood in stools …

read more

Kombucha Facts

Download your free pdf guide to kombucha here Kombucha has a reputation for being a super food – but how reliable are the health claims? Kombucha has been around for many years, thought to originate in the Far East about 2000 years ago.  Today, it is i …

read more

What’s best for weight loss – a low-carb or low-fat diet?- Jennifer Low

To read the full article click the link here http://www.healthyfood.co.uk/weight-loss-low-carb-low-fat-diet/