Tried of feeling tired? Here’s how to increase iron absorption in your diet

This blog post will explain everything you need to know to get started at home with the milk ladder. This guide is only suitable for children who have, or are growing out of a delayed (non-IgE mediated) allergy to milk, and have been advised by their Doctor or Dietitian that it is safe to start introducing milk at home. Click to learn more.

Coeliac disease vs. non-coeliac gluten sensitivity

There is a growing anti-gluten trend which, except for individuals with coeliac disease and non-coeliac gluten sensitivity (NCGS) for whom its intake is contraindicated, results in gluten being considered harmful to health and excluded from diets. This blog post explores Gluten in detail.

From 5 A DAY to 30 plants a week? Plant points explained!

As part of the American Gut project in 2018 researchers found that out of 10,000 participants in the study, those who had a higher plant diversity in their diet had a more diverse gut microbiome. Specifically, those that ate more than 30 different plant species a week. Read this blog to learn more.

Mindful Eating – 3 ways to make peace with food

Many books and techniques for changing our eating try to impose change from the outside. Sometimes this may work but for most, it doesn’t. 

Mindfulness on the other hand brings about long-lasting change from the inside and out. Mindful eating is not directed by calories, menu plans, food pyramids, or a nutrition expert. Mindful eating is directed by you. Click to read the full blog.

How to have a stress-free festive season

While we can agree that December festivities can be an absolutely wonderful time filled with magic and joyful moments, there are times when we might feel that it all becomes a little overwhelming and before we know it, we end up in survival mode, which has nothing to do with joy. This article will provide you with some practical tips on how to enjoy the festive season, stress-free. We can consciously choose joy over stress and here is how.