Soul Food

For a module of my degree, it is required as a team, to put on a health fair and run a stall promoting the importance of nutrition and health. As a topic myself and my friends are very passionate about, we chose to discuss mental health. In the UK, 1 in 6 people suffer from a common mental disorder, including depression, anxiety and schizophrenia. Suicide is…

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48 Hours in Paris

Take three girls, €100 and a European city. Shove em together and what do you get? A totally awesome 48 hours in Paris! My friends and I were definitely going through a rough patch of the Ibiza blues a few weeks back, so one of our weekly skyscanner search sessions led us to stumble on a Ryanair flight sale. There, we found some little bargains, including…

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Super Swaps

Loosing weight and changing your dietary habits can be super frustrating. As a nutrition student, I firmly believe in small, manageable changes which can be introduced slowly for maintaining a healthy lifestyle. One of my favourite ways to do this is healthy substitution. Thinking a little out the box and replacing one ingredient can start upping the nutrients, reduce the naughtiness but still provide ultimate…

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Spill the Beans 

I’ve been working alongside the wonderful MetMUnch for a while now, and I’ve just had one of my first pieces of writing published with them – an interview about my dietary habits whilst at uni! You should all definitely check it / them out and give MetMUnch some love. Follow them on Twitter @metmunch or visit the site: www.metmunch.com You can read my blog post…

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University got HARD

It hasn’t even been two months since I was sitting on the beach, having the absolute time of my life with my best pals in the magic land called Ibiza, yet life has changed so drastically. Nothing makes me happier than living in Manchester, (I’ve fully adopted myself as a Mancunion now) but uni? That’s a completely different kettle of fish. We were all warned…

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About the Author

Emma is a Registered 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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