Coming Soon. Online RECHARGE Nutrition Course.

by Anne Myers-Wright RD/APD

Posted on Feb 19, 08:07 AM No comments.

Reading the latest diet trend or book is fine, you learn something new, right? But in the real world you need practical tools, and individualised support.

The program will guide you through the right way to eat, busting all the diet myths and getting you back on track with weekly goals.

We will be starting soon, start dates, costs and full content plan to be provided asap – sign up via the contact form below (no obligation) for updates and more information.

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The importance of eating together

by Anne Myers-Wright RD/APD

Posted on Jan 10, 02:25 PM 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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Chestnut Soup

by Anne Myers-Wright RD/APD

Posted on Dec 17, 10:31 AM in and . Comments [3].

I was at an antique book fair a few years back and found a lovely old “Good Housekeeping Cookery Compendium” (1957 edition) which I just had to buy. It sits on my recipe book shelf with pride and has some classic recipes which I use all the time.
Ive recently been looking at the soups and found this great Chestnut Soup.The run up to Christmas means there are lots of chestnuts around and in the supermarkets so you could give this recipe a try!

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Duck with orange, cranberry and thyme - in the slow cooker

by Anne Myers-Wright RD/APD

Posted on Dec 15, 01:22 PM in and . Comments [1].

Here is a different take on Christmas dinner. Imagine popping the slow cooker on and walking away, only to have a perfect meal ready eight hours later with no slaving in the kitchen on Christmas morning. This recipe has all the flavours of Christmas with cranberry, orange and thyme and duck makes a nice change to the traditional turkey.

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Christmas Fruit Compote (or any time really)

by Anne Myers-Wright RD/APD

Posted on Dec 12, 07:53 PM in and . No comments.

Christmas preparations taking over here at AM Dietetics headquarters! Speaking of Christmas, I was looking for desserts and puddings using a slow cooker and found this dried fruit compote recipe. This is guaranteed to get the smell of Christmas wafting through your household. I normally don’t really like the smells that fill the house when the slow cooker is on but this one should even get your family Grinch into the spirit of things.

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