Although girls are not necessarily made of 'sugar and spice and everything nice', they are indeed made up differently to men. This means there are some unique nutritional requirements for women, largely due to the hormone differences that kick in during... read more on women's nutrition ›Read more
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Anaemia occurs when your blood is unable to carry enough oxygen around the body to function properly. This is a common condition and is often a result of your body not having enough red blood cells, or when the red blood cells you do have lack a protein... read more on anaemia ›Read more
In order to maintain optimum health, the body requires a balance of healthy foods. If you suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome/ME and are unsure of what and when you should be eating, you may benefit from the additional help and support of a qualified... read more on chronic fatigue syndrome/me ›Read more
The main function of the digestive system is to absorb nutrients from the food we eat. The body will use vitamins, proteins, fats and calories in order to carry out various jobs around the body. A digestive problem is a change or abnormality in the natural... read more on digestive problems ›Read more
Eating disorders cause people to develop an unhealthy relationship with food and themselves. They are complex mental illnesses that can affect a person emotionally, physically and socially. The most common eating disorders include anorexia nervosa, binge... read more on eating disorders ›Read more
Endometriosis is a medical condition where body tissues outside of the womb (mainly in the pelvic area) behave like the lining of the womb. These tissues thicken and break down, leading to pain and potential fertility problems. According to Endometriosis UK,... read more on endometriosis ›Read more
According to the NHS, nearly two people out of every 100 in the UK have a food allergy and around one in five adults report having a food intolerance. There are now many different names used to describe the body’s adverse reaction to certain types of... read more on food allergy and food intolerance ›Read more
What does ‘healthy eating’ actually mean? To begin with, it’s important to understand that healthy eating is different from dieting. It doesn’t aim to reduce a significant amount of weight in a short space of time, instead it aims to... read more on healthy eating ›Read more
As you age, your body's dietary needs will change. These changes will continue throughout all life stages with the requirements for calories, protein, vitamins and minerals adjusting as we grow older. In addition to the physical needs of the body changing... read more on life stages ›Read more
Our skin is the largest organ of the body, with an estimated total area of 20 square feet. The skin is a natural barrier against the elements, helping to regulate our body temperature while giving us the sensation of touch, cold and warmth. It acts as an... read more on skin health and conditions ›Read more
‘Thyroid problems’ is an umbrella term that describes a range of medical conditions associated with the thyroid gland. These conditions include hypothyroidism (an underactive thyroid) and hyperthyroidism (an overactive thyroid). An underactive... read more on thyroid problems ›Read more
The past decade has seen a huge increase in the amount of media coverage and column inches dedicated to weight issues. Nowadays it seems almost impossible to open a newspaper or turn on a TV without being told that Britain is heading towards an obesity crisis... read more on weight management ›Read more
I have had Multiple Sclerosis for over 31 years (I will soon be 63). The symptoms vary, but...
I've always taken supplements and eaten what I thought was a healthy diet, but I was...
The help and advice from my Nutritionist, with my aim of losing weight through the 5:2 system,...