Category Archives: Practical Nutrition

Time to slow down and enjoy the season?

Hopefully we now have sunny days urging us to think more about Mediterranean style eating?  By this I mean eating in a relaxed manner, preferably with good company; and savouring the flavours of fresh food.  How you eat at every meal can dramatically alter your … Continue reading

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Best Diet Perfect Diet Performance Diet Fun Diet

These and countless others are being promoted for your new year purging after recent (and not so recent) binges ‘diet’ means a regulated selection ‘purge’ means to remove; rid of sin or guilt ‘binge’ means unrestrained self-indulgence Every diet has worked … Continue reading

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Seasonal Nutrition Tips!

Nicola at Plus Nutrition nicola@plusnutrition.co.uk

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Good snack, bad snack!

In an ideal world we would probably eat three healthy meals a day and never experience hunger. However, many people function better with three meals and two snacks a day as it helps keep blood sugars and energy more even. A poor choice of … Continue reading

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Do you want to look like a healthy cow?

Healthy calves grow into healthy cows by drinking milk in its natural state just as nature intended.  Calves fed our pasteurized milk fail to thrive and their internal organs are sickly.  And dogs drink natural dog milk, natural horse milk is for … Continue reading

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Salt or no salt?

‘Low salt’, ‘no salt’, ‘salt substitute’ – you’ve heard it all before.  There are hundreds of salts in nature, so it is left to our assumption that these references are to the common salt used in your kitchen.  So how can salt be … Continue reading

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White rice v Brown Rice and the winner is…

Evidently in this nation we eat about 9 times as much potato as rice.  This is hardly surprising given our agricultural heritage; furthermore those of us of European ancestry often lack the enzymes needed to digest rice on a regular … Continue reading

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