Fakeaway! Emma’s Chicken and Cauliflower Korma

If you’re anything like me, you’ll love an Indian, but more off you’ll love an Indian takeaway! There’s something that’s just heartwarming about getting your friends round for a movie or a gossip and loading up that Just Eat page for a feast. However, there can be a few downfalls with takeaways. Unfortunately, they are very expensive and as a student, I can only afford…

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World Mental Health Day Special: A Week in a Life with a Mental Illness

Hello and welcome to a special little blog post for you… today, the 10th October is World Mental Health Day and I already can’t believe how much support and awareness I’ve seen speaking out about the conditions. Over the last week, I’ve kept a little diary of what I’ve been up to and how I’ve felt. I may have depression, but I don’t often show…

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Malnutrition Week 2018

At the end of the BDA’s first malnutrition week, I thought it was only right to write a lil blog post for it – if you’re a Dietitian or Nutritionist then you will know all about how exciting this is for us as a community… if you’re not then, hi.. let me tell you all about the importance of raising awareness of malnutrition. So, what…

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Margherita to Go, Grazie

I can’t really describe the pleasure you get from making something from scratch and it coming out amazing. Lately, I’ve been getting back into making dough. It takes time and practice – so far I’ve only mastered naan breads and pizza bases (my loaf of bread was a bit of a disaster). Pizza dough is honestly one of the quickest and simplest doughs you can…

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Life with Eczema: 22 years with a Chronic Skin Condition

So hey, today I want to chat to you guys about a big part of my life which I don’t often share on the internet, but was inspired to by a few lovely bloggers who have started to share their stories about the condition. So today, I’m gonna talk about eczema. You probably think eczema is simply a childhood problem, or something you may get…

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About the Author

Emma is a pre-registration Dietitian and Registered Associate Nutritionist based in Cheshire, England. Emma works in community healthcare and writes freelance alongside her work: topics including Dietetic life, nutrition, mental health and lifestyle. Emma also writes and photographs recipes for the platform, as well as being the author of the ‘Mummy and Me’ series for SR Nutrition. Emma’s Food Stories is PR friendly brand.

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