For Dietitians

My Thoughts on the Controversial UK Sugar Tax


This post was originally written in November 2015 before the UK Sugar Tax was confirmed. I updated this on the …

The Dietary Management of Autism


This article, which discusses the interesting topic of diet and autism, was originally published in the February 2018 edition of …

What Dietitians Need to Know about Social Media Trends


This post was written by Emily Foster, dietitian and marketer. She is passionate about getting healthcare professionals on social media …

Nutrition Wins of 2017!


At times it can feel challenging and frustrating to fight for evidence-based nutrition in a society which is full of …

Clinical Uses for Low Carbohydrate Diets


With 'low carb' diets continuing to be as popular as ever, read on to to find out whether there are …

Behaviour Change Tips for Health Care Professionals


This post has been peer-reviewed by Dr Lynne Johnston (Registered Principal Clinical Psychologist, member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers …

Cows’ Milk Protein Allergy in Infants


This article was originally published in the August/September edition of NHD Magazine and has been peer-reviewed by the brilliant Dr …

The Updated iMAP Guideline


Moooo-ve over MAP guidelines the new iMAP (International Milk Allergy in Primary Care) guidelines have been released (on the 23/08/17)  🐮 This …

Childhood Obesity: Causes, Consequences & Potential Solutions


This article was originally published in the July edition of NHD Magazine under the title 'Childhood Obesity'. This is an …

Follow-on Formula


Follow-on formula can be a confusing area, with many people believing that it is a necessary next step after first …