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How can I prevent anaemia?

by Anne Myers-Wright RD/APD

Posted on Oct 12, 07:34 AM in and . No comments.

Iron is a mineral needed by your red blood cells, the cells that carry oxygen around the body in your blood (1). Dietary Iron can be found in a variety of foods such as red meat, beans, lentils, dark green leafy vegetables, nuts, dried fruits, and fortified foods (e.g. breakfast cereals with added iron). Getting enough iron has a role in preventing anaemia. Here, Michaela Carrick, BSc Human Nutrition, tells us how to prevent this problem.

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How to follow a more plant-based diet

by Anne Myers-Wright RD/APD

Posted on Sep 29, 09:55 AM in and . No comments.

There are numerous reasons why we should aim to include more plant-based foods in our diet. For one, the increase in nutrients such as vitamins, minerals and fibre are all beneficial for our heart health. Here, Laura Reilly, MSc Food, Nutrition & Health tells us how to eat a more plant based diet.

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What nutrients do you need to boost your immune system?

by Anne Myers-Wright RD/APD

Posted on Sep 4, 03:46 PM in and . No comments.

Will some nutrients boost your immune system? Michaela Carrick, BSc Human Nutrition, explores this

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The Mediterranean Diet -could it reduce symptoms of depression?

by Anne Myers-Wright RD/APD

Posted on Aug 31, 07:57 AM in and . No comments.

A recent study looked at the diets of people with depression to see if following the Mediterranean Diet helps..read more to find out what they discovered

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5 Easy Ways to Increase your Vegetable Intake

by Anne Myers-Wright RD/APD

Posted on Aug 18, 10:09 AM in and . No comments.

Do you find it difficult to eat your greens? Laura Reilly, MSc Food, Nutrition & Health, has some great ideas for increasing your vegetable intake. Here are her 5 top tips.

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