Super Quick, Healthy Coleslaw

That barbecue must have, the accompaniment to jerk chicken and the perfect top to a jacket potato…. yep, it’s coleslaw! The first mention of coleslaw came from an old Dutch recipe book back in the 18th century, but fast forward a few hundred years and this dish is most commonly associated with the US of A and it’s fried delicacies and celebrations. In the UK,…

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Vegan Blueberry & Banana Breakfast Bars

5.30am.. snooze. 5.45am.. snooze. 6.12am… snooze. 6.37am… oh shhhhi….. If you’re anything like me, this will be your routine in the morning. Whilst most days I like to get up early, prepare for the day and eat a big tasty breakfast, other days… well, this is the reality. I will go on about it again and again, but breakfast is SO important. Not only does…

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The White Stuff

Hello friends! I just have to start with a massive THANK YOU to everyone for understanding and continuing to support me whilst I’ve taken some time off blogging to concentrate on placement. Whilst it was a hard compromise to make, my current focus is on getting to the end – so close now and I want to make sure I’m the very best professional I…

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Veganuary 2019: Getting Your Nutrients on a Vegan Diet

If you haven’t seen the craze this month, it’s all about going vegan for January! It’s a great way of packing fruits and veggies into your diet and doing something good for the environment, but what actually is veganism? Unlike vegetarians who simply avoid meat and fish (that involves the death of an animal), vegans omit ANY animal product from their diet, including eggs, dairy…

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My Nutrition Degree and Getting My Place To Study Dietetics

As you all probably know (and if you don’t, wakey wakey no eggs and veggie bac-y), I’m currently in my final stages of training to be a Dietitian. I’m in my last few months of a postgraduate diploma (level 7), but I often get asked what I did before! To study to be a Dietitian, you must either do a 4 year undergraduate degree or…

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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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