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How to Support your Immune System with Everyday Foods

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  Sarah’s Immune – Supporting Everyday Foods – Quick Shopping List   I know from analysing my clients’ food diaries that very few of them are getting sufficient nutrients on a regular day. To keep healthy during these times in particular we need to pay extra attention to our health and to ensure our diets are nutritious. We can help …

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5 Easy Ways to Improve Your Diet – No Resolutions Necessary!

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Tired of impossible resolutions? Here are 5 easy ways to improve your diet – no resolutions necessary. Put these on your fridge and read them daily for a more nutritious diet. 1. Not all fats make you fat! Include healthy fats to keep you fuller for longer… and so naturally you’ll avoid the roller-coaster sugar crashes (and the ‘pick-me-up’ biscuits…) …

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15 ways to eat more oily fish (& what is an oily fish anyway?)

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So after discussing how to get more oily fish into our diets with clients and most recently just this morning with my friends, it is apparent that many people really struggle with this.  Fish and nutrition have a close relationship… A large body of evidence points to eating oily fish two to three times a week to help lower blood pressure …

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Guest blog post from ‘Meatless Mum’

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My lovely Healthy Herts Nutrition client has been making some fundamental food and nutrition changes recently and has written a revealing guest blog post for me about how she is moving her family from meat-eating to meat-free…   Meatless Mum I had considered giving up meat for many years. Why then did it take me until I was forty-one to even …

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Are you getting enough Vitamin D?

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As a nutritional therapist, lots of people ask me about Vitamin D.  So, what’s all the fuss about? Well, people are right to be concerned – especially at this time of year. In the winter, we cannot synthesise Vitamin D (known as cholecalciferol) from sun exposure. This is because in the UK we don’t get adequate sun.  And whilst it’s possible …

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