Blogmas Day 20: Eating Out at Christmas

Eating out at Christmas is fab, but it’s often cursed and demonised. Yes, eating out is often over portioned, high in calories and not purse friendly, but have we just tarnished yet another enjoyable aspect when it comes to food? My Tips • When eating out, don’t feel guilty. It can be hard to think “god how many calories am I having” but STOP. Isn’t…

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Blogmas Day 19: I Can’t Afford to Become A Dietitian

Everyone knows how open I am about my Mental Health, so why stop because it’s Blogmas? My blog is a place for me to share my journey in the hope that it can not only help myself, but I can help others too. My mental health currently is a little weird. It’s good! I haven’t felt sad or down and things are going great: good…

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Day 18: Quick, Affordable Student Christmas Meals

If you follow me on Instagram or just know me in general, you’ll know I’ll absolute love food! As a student, I can’t often afford expensive ingredients or I don’t have much time to piece together big meals, so I like to create quick, tasty but wholesome dishes to keep me curled through busy days. So today, I’d thought I’d share a few of my…

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Day 17: A Sustainable Christmas

As you may know, Emma’s Food Stories is a platform where I both intend to inspire, and to document my journey on to living a more sustainable life. At the end of the day, we only have one planet and as humans, we are very quickly destroying it day by day. Christmas is the time of year where the most waste is produced that could…

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Blogmas Day 16: Festive Drinks

We can’t deny, we all love a festive warm drink this season to warm up in the cold air. Milky, silky, chocolaty, even boozy, there’s endless choices to pick and devour. However, unfortunately, some of these Christmas treats can be full of calories, often as many as a grab-and-go sandwich! But, there’s no reason to give up your festive treats this season, but you can…

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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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