Posts Tagged ‘nutritionist’

What to do when you are weaning a baby

Jan 30 2013

Weaning (also referred to as complementary feeding) is the process of introducing babies to solid foods. What, and how, you feed your child is crucial to their development and health including developing speech and social skills. However, with so much conflicting information out there it can seem like an incredibly daunting process, instead of the exciting new stage of your baby growing up!

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The A-C of vitamins – Vitamins: what do you need, how do you get them? by Dr Sarah Jarvis

Feb 09 2012

We all want to be in the best possible health – and we certainly want the best for our children. Most of us can get enough vitamins from a healthy balanced diet – but some of us need a little extra help.

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Pancake day recipe: Pancake Rapids

Feb 09 2012

Here is an amazing recipe for Pancake Rapids. Get creative while making a yummy pancake this Shrove Tuesday.

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Top 10 tips to detox your life in 2012

Jan 06 2012

We all make new year’s resolutions. They seem to be always the same which we can’t keep up with. This year is the year of the Olympics so it’s in order to desire to be sportier and healthier. Here are my good intentions for 2012 and I am sharing some tips to detox myself.

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GET THE ENERGY FROM YOUR FOOD TO START WELL THE NEW YEAR by nutritionist Fern Callister

Dec 26 2011

Do you have less energy than you used to have? Do you often get tired or lethargic during the day or find it hard to get out of bed in the morning? If so, then you are not alone. In fact, tiredness seems to have become a modern epidemic. Coffee shops spring up everywhere with their tempting muffins and cakes, telling us we must want our daily fix of caffeine. DVDs, home delivered shopping and offers on ready-meals encourage us to stay indoors and become snuggled up hermits. A popular article from our archive.

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