For sale - resources for nutrition professionals - freelance startup guide

by Anne Myers-Wright RD/APD

Posted on Jul 10, 01:15 PM in . No comments.

I have finally finished the update of my PDF booklet “Starting your Freelance Nutrition Business
A basic Start-up Guide for Dietitians and Nutritionists (UK)”.
If you are a Dietitian or Nutritionist, interested in “going freelance”, this basic guide could get you on the path of setting up your nutrition business. It is 49 pages of information and tips and selling for only £5 a copy!!!! That’s a bargain and for an introductory time only.

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Get ready to have your mind blown about Kcalories

by Anne Myers-Wright RD/APD

Posted on May 8, 09:36 AM in and . No comments.

Are you a calorie counter? Get ready to have your mind blown

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The importance of eating together

by Anne Myers-Wright RD/APD

Posted on Apr 9, 09:53 AM in . Comments [1].

As a Dietitian, my mission is to help people to eat better. This usually means talking about what foods to eat, how much and when. The truth is, though, eating well isn’t always just about the nutrients, it’s about HOW we eat too. The environment that we eat in and eating together, in company, also has a huge effect on health and well being.
Most of us take eating together for granted but the simple act of sharing a meal is a greater one than we imagine. Food is so much more than just fuel. It’s a fundamental part of our health, relationships, culture and well-being. Eating together is about coming together; about belonging.

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National Obesity Week 2018- one mixed up Dietitian

by Anne Myers-Wright RD/APD

Posted on Jan 8, 11:31 AM in and . Comments [2].

Obesity Crisis

I’ve had to think a long time about what I am going to write about National Obesity Week or, indeed, if I was going to write anything at all.
It’s a confusing time to be a Dietitian.
This is how my day went whilst trying to write this blog.

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Vegetable Fried Rice

by Anne Myers-Wright RD/APD

Posted on Jan 4, 02:44 PM in and . No comments.

Looking for a quick, easy and healthy meal? This one is easy and can use frozen vegetables, if you have them. You don’t need to worry about your frozen vegetables. These days, they are pretty good quality and the nutritional content is fine too. In fact, frozen vegetables often have a higher vitamin and mineral content than fresh dues to the fact they are snap frozen soon after harvesting.

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