Published on 21 December 2016
Which ‘healthy’ sugar alternatives should we use to sweeten things up a little and which may be masking nothing more than sweet poison?
Published on 20 December 2016
A wealth of evidence suggests that sugar and refined carbohydrates are potentially the primary culprits in the obesity epidemic & related health issues.
Published on 12 December 2016
Having worked with athletes, Nutritionists shared what they've learnt at the British Dietetics Association Sports and Exercise Nutrition showcase (1)
Published on 05 December 2016
Our Motivational Communication masterclass teaches how to influence positive change in your clients with motivational behaviour change techniques.
Published on 08 November 2016
With a range of fruit and vegetable drinks, squashes and flavoured waters available there is considerable confusion as to whether they are good for you.
Published on 26 October 2016
When most people talk about digestion of the food we eat, they talk about the chemical and mechanical breakdown of carbohydrates, proteins and fats.
Published on 06 October 2016
As a nutritional advisor you will be surprised at how often you are asked about detox and detox teas.
Published on 08 September 2016
It's possible for anyone at any age to develop the condition. However women are more likely than men to develop it with symptom onset from 20-30 yrs old.
Published on 07 September 2016
Time for tea: everyone loves a cuppa, but nutritionally speaking which is the best?
Published on 24 August 2016
The Government’s long awaited strategy on childhood obesity was published on Thursday to a largely critical response.