Priya stars on BBC1’s Food Truth or Scare.

So if you weren’t watching BBC1 on Thurs 25th Feb at 9.15am then where were you?  Oh yes, probably at work or out living life 😉 Well you missed watching ...

When did healthy eating become so complicated?

Healthy Eating is meant to be straightforward and a common sense approach to eating. Right? However when you look on Pinterest, blog sites and the internet you are suddenly confronted ...

Men Get Eating Disorders Too

Eating disorders are not something we generally associate with men, there is a huge stigma attached if you do have an eating disorder and it’s not an issue frequently discussed. ...

Spotlight on Priya

What you CAN eat in pregnancy.

Pregnancy can feel like a time when you CAN’T do things. The ...

Should I still be eating Bacon and Sausages?

Red meat and processed meat has been in the headlines a lot ...

Lentil and Date Chocolate Brownies. A revelation!

It’s not often I get inspired to make brownies. Don’t get me ...

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Eating fat does not make you fat?!

“Eating fat does not make you fat,” argues a new repo rt by the National Obesity Forum (NOF) and the Public Health Collaboration, as they demanded a major overhaul of official dietary guidelines.” Sounds confusing? It is. And potentially dangerous as it will lead to no-one knowing what to actually eat. Or people eating a […]

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Priya writes for NHD magazine on teenage eating disorders

Eating disorders is a field I work in a lot. It’s one of my specialisms. So when Network Health Digest magazine asked me to write an article for them on teenage eating disorders it seemed like a good fit. The funny thing is with such a huge topic the issue was what angle to take.  […]

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Courgette and Stilton Pinwheels

These little beauties are something that I always like to have a ready supply of in the freezer. They make an easy lunch and are great to take out and about. We are in that stage where the toddler boy likes to eat lunch early which is usually when we are out and about, so […]

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Kiwi Frozen Yoghurt

This week I had passed to me 14 very ripe kiwi fruit. Too ripe to just eat, but I just can’t see food go to waste. It was a hot day, my small people had already asked for ice-lollies so this was the logical step.  The result is something good. I love that tang you […]

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Salmon and Kale Bombs.

Recently I was very pleased to be passed on some kale. A fair amount of kale that needed using quick, so we’ve been going a bit kaletastic.  Salmon and kale = one of those winning combo’s in my mind. It turns out the small people agreed with me and hoovered up their dinner. One happy […]

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Lentil Shepherds Pie Jackets

Comfort food that is good for you? Yup it’s one of those type of recipes. I’m often recommended people eat more pulses and there seems to be a lack of knowledge about good ways to eat more of them. So if that is you…. here you go, a yummy recipe that makes lentils attractive to […]

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Why eating nuts can aid weight control.

A few things you may not know about almonds The nutrition basics: Almonds have a proven heart health claim. This is due to being high in monounsaturated fat and their vitamin E content. They are the tree nut with the highest amount of vitamin E. Proven to lower total and LDL cholesterol. 1 handful of […]

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Sugar addiction and how to stop eating sugar.

The guys over at Coach Magazine asked me some questions about sugar recently and this is the article that they then wrote. It’s created quite a bit of chatter over on Twitter, so have a read and see what you think: Sugar Addiction and How to Stop Eating Sugar  ADVICE Is there really such a […]

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Priya speaks out on the sugar in children’s drinks on Wave 105 radio

A Southampton dietitian has told Wave 105 how many parents are unaware of just how much sugar is in supposedly “healthy” fruit drinks for children. Priya Tew is offering mums and dads advice on healthy alternatives to make sure their children are not exceeding their recommend daily intake (RDA) of sugar. It comes as a […]

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The NEW EatWell Guide

Finally. A moment that we’ve been waiting for in the nutrition world. The EatWell Plate has been updated. Remember this is aimed at the general population… so it is not for those on special diets for medical reasons but is a nationwide healthy eating message. It gives the public sensible, evidence based information on what […]

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