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Many people crave the long summer holidays between school and uni semesters. Long nights with friends, unleashing their creativity on projects that were plans in previous weeks and months. Maybe just even being back home will settle their minds to a little bit of normality. However, I’m struggling. The holidays are hard and my many plans and ideas have turned into scribbles on scraps of…

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Vegan “Carrot Cake” Flapjacks

I love nothing more than going into the kitchen on a rainy day and experimenting with some household ingredients to make a delectable treat. However, I’m also rather conscious of what I put into my body, and alongside my Nutritional Science knowledge, I *try* to make healthy, nutritious snack choices (still working on avoiding the Prawn Cocktail crisps…). I’m also super interested in veganism. Due…

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10 Cupboard Essentials

I feel the most important aspect to any dish, however complex or simple it is, is the special extras you add into it. I cannot praise spices enough. I can’t live without my spice rack! I thought I’d comprise a little post together of ten cupboard essentials I cannot live without (not all necessarily my favourites, but basics I feel everyone needs at home!) 1.…

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Nutrition confuses me too.

Just over two years ago, I had four university offers on the table, which were all rather different degrees. I wasn’t completely sure I wanted to do Nutrition. I definitely knew I wanted to study something to do with food, but with very little compulsory education and having taken completely unrelated A-Levels, I was unsure on what aspect of food I wanted to go into.…

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Food Revolution Day 2016

Hey kiddos, so today it’s this thing called Food Revolution Day (20th May 2016) – Nutrition is a really important topic and often completely misunderstood or disregarded, but it’s such a major part in determining our physical and mental health. Jamie Oliver’s actually doing a pretty cool thing. The sugar tax has already been passed but there’s so much more to do. Across the world,…

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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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