Mission Statement: Empower Parents to Choose Better Nutrition for Themselves and Their Children by providing Awareness, Knowledge and Compassion. Because When Parents feel Empowered, they will Consciously make Better Nutritional Choices for The Entire Family.

Vegan Joyful Truffles

Nishti
August 12, 2019
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I've named these joyful for a reason. They are so delicious and will bring a smile to the face. A simple recipe using almond flour, omega 3 rich hemp seeds and dairy-free chocolate. Sometimes it's ok to indulge.

Tahini Buckwheat Pasta

Nishti
July 6, 2019
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Did you know that sesame seeds are one of the best calcium foods we can include in our diet? One heaped tbsp of tahini (toasted ground sesame seeds) contains 100mg of calcium. That's almost equivalent to 100ml of milk.

Buckwheat Savoury Muffins

Nishti
June 19, 2019
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These muffins are super easy to make and make a delicious snack for both children and adults. Nutritionally, these muffins are gluten-free, a great source of protein and fiber and a source of iron. And of course, they are dairy free. What a bonus.

Buckwheat Healthy Granola

Nishti
May 9, 2019
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I believe that if we are to have breakfast (only eat when you are hungry, right?) then we must ensure it is a healthy and balanced breakfast. I am not keen on cereals. I think they are causing more harm to the population than we want to admit (obesity, type 2 diabetes, pre-diabetes, high blood sugars, sugar cravings etc.). It is not often I have breakfast but when I do, it's always a well-balanced breakfast. Like this buckwheat granola.

Spelt ‘Hygge’ Buns

Nishti
March 20, 2019
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Back home in Denmark, it's all about 'hygge' (consciously creating the space to enjoy life) and it's standard to enjoy some homebaked bread as part of a continental breakfast on the weekends. Not only do these buns bring hygge to your weekend, but they are also super nutritious, dairy free and egg free.

Infant Colic – What Is The Cause?

Nishti
March 13, 2019
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Colic, characterised by prolonged periods of inconsolable crying, affects up to 40 percent of young infants worldwide. The condition is often dismissed as trivial, but I believe it should be treated seriously. Colic can contribute to postpartum depression and interfere with breastfeeding. Colic is pain. These babies aren’t just crying for no reason. I believe in treating colic from a level of CAUSE. What is the cause and what can we do about it?
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Hi I am Nishti, an Registered Dietitian with the Health and Care Professional Council in the United Kingdom and the National Board of Health in Denmark and Faroe Islands. I specialise in the Nutrition and Health of Children and Parents.