Charity Project- recipe e book- fighting food poverty in UK (BUY HERE)

by Anne Myers-Wright RD/APD

Posted on Jun 3, 11:41 AM in and . No comments.

I’d like to share with you a project that I have been working on with 25 other Dietitians (and also with the help of Nutrition students Jodine Thomas and Ronnie Waraksa- with information in this post).

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Avoid these “brain drainers” during exam time

by Anne Myers-Wright RD/APD

Posted on Mar 21, 11:55 AM in and . No comments.

Revision week can be a stressful time and it may be tempting, if you are this way inclined, to treat your teen to sugary snacks, rewards of takeaways and “at the desk” quick meals.

This is not doing your student any favours.

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5 ways to include vegetables at breakfast

by Anne Myers-Wright RD/APD

Posted on Mar 19, 11:46 AM in and . No comments.

We all know that eating more vegetables is beneficial for health and many of us are trying to incorporate more into our mealtimes.

It seems easy to slip some more into lunch and dinner but are you missing out on an entire mealtime opportunity by not adding vegetables to breakfast?

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Chilli Con Carne - easy family meals

by Anne Myers-Wright RD/APD

Posted on Mar 6, 10:04 AM in . No comments.

According to the latest reports, one of the ways we can save our planet and improve our health is to include more plant-based meals. This doesn’t mean everyone has to go vegan, but it couldn’t hurt to try to cut down a bit on meat and to increase some of the plant-based sources of protein that we have readily available to us. I use a lot of pulses/legumes like chickpeas, lentils, kidney beans, butter beans etc in my meals. Not only is this great for adding fibre and reducing the amount of meat the family eats but it’s great for meals on a budget. Tinned beans are absolutely fine and really cheap so using these to bulk up meals is ideal.

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This week in clinic - bad advice

by Anne Myers-Wright RD/APD

Posted on Feb 12, 12:04 PM in . No comments.

This week in clinic, I have been shocked to hear some of the old fashioned and non-evidence based dietary information that some of my clients have been getting from their friends and from their local clinics. Some of this is just plain old bad advice.

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