What’s Eating you Nutrition Blog

Help For Hayfever

Hayfever sufferers may already be experiencing itchy eyes, sneezing and runny nose that often increases as we move into summer and pollen levels rise. Anti-histamines work for some people, but if you want a natural alternative try local honey. High levels of Vitamin C...

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Constipation Advice

Ideally we need to move our bowels every day without straining. Your stool should resemble a smooth sausage. If you are only going a few times a week, or producing hard pellets or are having to strain then you are constipated. The main causes of constipation are : 1....

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April Is IBS Month

IBS or Irritable Bowel Syndrome is a very common condition characterised by abdominal pain and cramping, bloating, irregular or loose stools, sometimes with urgency. IBS is the reason I became a Nutritionist as I suffered with this considerably during my 20’s....

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A gluten-free diet – healthier or not?

Many people do report feeling better when they switch to a gluten-free diet and there is no question that eating gluten-free is definitely a healthier option for some people. However, swapping an ‘unhealthy’ wheat-filled diet for an ‘unhealthy’ gluten-free diet will...

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Raw homemade chocolate for Easter

Makes 16 50g of cacao powder 65g of cacao butter, chopped or grated 2 capfuls (10ml) of orange extract 2 tbsp of raw agave nectar Method 1. Place a clean bowl over a saucepan of hot water (bain marie). Ensure the bottom of the bowl does not touch the water and no...

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Sweet Potato Toast – the healthy quick snakc

Slice a sweet potato lengthways 1/4 inch thick, prick several times with a fork and microwave for 20-30 second.  Then toast on high  for the maximum time • 1 dsp Pesto, ½ avocado and grated carrot • 1 dessert spoon Humus, sprinkle pumpkin seeds • Tuna with mayo and...

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Raw Chocolate Truffles for your Valentine?

 + ½ cup almond or peanut or cashew butter  + 1 cup medjool dates, pitted and chopped  + 1/2 cup cacao powder  + pinch of Sea Salt or Pink Himalayan Salt  Coat them in chopped pistachios, chopped goji berries or chopped hazlenuts Instructions  + With a food...

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