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Practical Portion Sizes for Kids Follow the rule of thumb! So…

21st July 2016 / Sophie Medlin

1yearold, 6months, Kids, Nutrition, baby, babyfood, children, dietitian, food, healthybaby, hungrybaby, mum, toddler, toddlerfood, weaning
Practical Portion Sizes for Kids Follow the rule of thumb! So everything I know about what children – specifically toddlers – eat is this: They eat everything you don’t want them to eat (hair, dog toys, that fluff you have been meaning to pick up for 3 months) and nothing that you do want them to eat. So,

Carbohydrates for Weight LossFriend or Foe?So we’ve heard a lot…

17th July 2016 / Sophie Medlin

Carbohydrates, Foodporn, Nutrition, carb, dietitian, food, healthy, lean, lowcarb, science, weight loss
Carbohydrates for Weight LossFriend or Foe?So we’ve heard a lot about carbs in the press lately and I thought I’d offer my scientifically balanced view on the subject rather than the opinion based nutritional science that is usually spouted online or in magazines. It’s long…because it is a complex picture, stay with me… The Science Bit

It’s National Barbecue Week!

30th May 2016 / Julie Thompson

Coeliac Disease, Crohns Disease, Digestive Disorders, Digestive Health, FODMAP, Food Intolerance, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, LOW FODMAP, Lactose intolerance, Recipes, Ulcerative Colitis, food, national barbecue week
How about trying a vegan low fodmap burger during National Barbecue Week! This is a very tasty vegan burger that is not too hard on the digestive tract for people with IBS. Ingredients 120g of cooked red and white Quinoa 1 chopped roasted red pepper 30g chopped peanuts 1 courgette 4-5 sprigs chopped fresh thyme

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Nutritional Science VS The WorldWorking in the world of…

21st February 2016 / Sophie Medlin

Nutrition, coconutoil, dietitian, food, magnesium, skinnytea, vegan, veganism, women in science
Nutritional Science VS The WorldWorking in the world of nutritional sciences is a funny one. People rarely argue with chemists when they quote chemical formulas, nor do they argue with geologists when they have proven the age of a fossil through carbon dating BUT in the nutritional sciences, it is a different matter. People are
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