Searching for the perfect homemade muesli? This is it.
We’re keeping it simple. Seven dietitians share their top tip for healthy eating – it couldn’t be easier!
I thought I knew all about food. That was before my degree.
Over 75? Forget counting calories, and make sure you take a second slice of cake!
It’s hard to eat five serves of vegetables every day. While I enjoy vegetables (not necessarily salad), life is busy and some days I couldn’t care less about how many vegetables I’ve eaten.
Have you ever done these things? Dreaded the bitter, floppy lettuce leaf mix they call a side salad Put off a health kick because you can’t stand “rabbit food” Eaten a container of salad and felt hungry and dissatisfied afterwards If you have, you’re not alone.
You have a lot of influence, and your website is beautiful. That’s why I urge you, please be very careful what you are doing.
This year I started dietetics. But, what even is ‘dietetics’ anyways? What do dietitians do? Do we simply look good in lab coats with fruit on our desks?
When you remove any food from your diet, you’re at risk of nutrient deficiency. When you remove meat from your diet, you may not only be low in protein, but many other nutrients too. Ethical reasons aside, there are many health benefits to the vegetarian diet – but I’ve always wondered what exactly makes a vegetarian dietContinue reading “Vegetarians: what nutrients could you be missing out on?”
As a student dietitian, I get my fair share of nutrition questions. I’m still learning and there are many things I don’t know (or don’t feel confident) enough to answer straight away. After all, we’re meant to be the ones to provide evidence-based information. Giving the wrong information can be dangerous and as students we shouldn’t be adding toContinue reading “Essential links for any nutrition student”