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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Healthy Blueberry Pancakes

Serves 2 Macros per serving: kcals – 284 // carbs – 44.8g // fat – 9g // protein – 9.2g 1 small // ripe banana 3/4 cup // oats 1 tbsp // fat free yogurt 1 large // egg 1/2 cup // blueberries 1 tbsp // olive oil spread (for cooking) Method Mash the ripe banana in the jug until soft Beat in the egg…

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Veggie Lasagna 

Achieving your five a day can often be a struggle, especially when it is now recommended that no more than two of these portions should come from fruit! It’s a bit hard to whip out some broccoli florets to snack on when you’re on the run. Therefore, an easy way of increasing your get intake, often without even realising, is bulking out your meals. Lasagna…

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Time Flies (Part 1)

Around Summer 2015, I was asked to write a short piece about why I picked my university, Manchester Metropolitan, where I started studying in September 2014. It’s strange to look back at it now, another year on. I feel as if some force has stuck the accelerator on full pelt and I’m holding on for my dear life. It’s also equally as strange to think…

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Ziferblat Edge St. 

Studying in Manchester is great – living in a large city provides a wide variety of culture, activities and areas to explore. One of my favourite parts of Manchester is Northern Quarter. Located just a five minute walk from the main shopping complex, the area is bustling with quirky shops and restaurants all at reasonable prices with plenty to do. One of my favourite places…

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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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