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Dietary SOS for IBS!

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a functional disorder, characterised by disturbances in the normal function of the bowel. It is not easy to diagnose and it is important that other inflammatory bowel diseases such as crohns, ulcerative colitis, divert …

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Lets Raise a Glass to Hydration!

Nutrition and Hydration week celebrates the importance of both good nutrition and hydration for good health, and also recovery when unwell or in a care setting such as hospital or rehab establishments. Hydration With so much thought to healthy eating, …

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Meet The Professionals

There is a plethora of information out there given by diet and nutrition experts about what to eat for whatever ailment you may be suffering.  Who or what do you believe? BDA spokesperson Sian Porter says “don’t take qualifications at face value.”  Qua …

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Dietary Problems in the Autistic Child

75% of children with Austic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) have problematic eating behaviours.  They may eat a limited diet with a similar textures and not accept substitutes. Food chaining is a method used to help children with ASD to reduce mealtime meltdow …

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Spice Up Your Life!

Herbs and spices are an underused and undervalued commodity.  By  replacing salt in our diet with herbs and spices we can  improve our health and also make our food taste better.  A win win!  I begin with spices used in many curry style dishes. Cayenne …

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Type 2 Diabetes and Diet

Type 2 diabetes is a chronic disease in which the blood glucose levels are too high. There are 3.2 million persons diagnosed in the UK and further 630,000 persons are unaware they have it. 80% of persons with type 2 diabetes are overweight. An excess o …

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Diet and Stroke

Reducing the Risk of Stroke through Diet A stroke is caused when there is a lack of blood and therefore oxygen and nutrients to the brain.  The effects of a stroke depend on what area of the brain is affected.  Three types; thrombotic, embolic and haem …

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