Tag Archives: food

Eating Well in Pregnancy

Eating Well in Pregnancy. Pregnancy is an important time to be focusing on your health and on eating well so both mum and baby get all they need to grow. However pre-pregnancy is as important, you want your body to be in tip top form and able to provide the baby with all it needs, […]

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Dietitian UK: Homemade Bean Burgers and Salad

Spicy Bean Burger Heaven

I love bean burgers. They are one of those foods that want me make to turn vegetarian. But they just aren’t one of those things that I make very often. Till now. Tonight was one of those evenings where I hadn’t got round to planning dinner, so I turned to the fridge for inspiration…. the […]

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The Joys of Toddler Eating.

Yesterday I was sat having lunch with my toddler, Kezia – hummous and rice cakes with avocado and tomato. All foods that I know she likes but avocado is one that we haven’t eaten in a while. She tasted a slice of it, pulled a hilarious face, removed it from her mouth, and in true […]

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Nutrition in the Under 5’s: an overview.

  Here’s an overview of nutrition in the Under 5’s, over the next few weeks I shall be delving in and looking at nutrients in more details including Iron and Vitamin D, so follow my blog or keep and eye on twitter and facebook for more!   Children are not mini adults. Not only do […]

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A little bit of morning crumpet, wheat/gluten free of course.

Crumpets are a things of greatness, why should you miss out if gluten/wheat free? I love pottering in the kitchen, trying new things and I also love warm baked goods that are more savoury than sweet…being wheat free crumpets are the kind of foods I’ve missed. The shop bought versions just don’t hit the spot […]

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The Art of lazy cooking…by the slow cooker.

I love my slow cooker. Fact. It’s one of my fav kitchen gadgets, along with my food processor, bread machine and the kettle. Shows I’m pretty lazy doesn’t it! I’d love to have the time to mix everything by hand, make bread by hand and boil water in a pretty singing kettle on the hob, […]

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Local Produce, Give it a Go.

Local produce has always been around, local farmers have always been growing and producing, but somehow over the years we stopped buying it. The excitement of trying new “foreign” foods, the emergence of supermarkets containing almost every food you could ever want and prices have drastically changed the way we shop. Small shops are dwindling […]

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