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Food & Mood – Part 2: Physiology

Food & Mood – Part 2: Physiology

This guest post was written by Katie O Callaghan - a final year dietetics student based in London with a …
Food & Mood – Part 1: Diet Patterns & Important Nutrients

Food & Mood – Part 1: Diet Patterns & Important Nutrients

This fascinating guest post was written by Katie O'Callaghan. She is a final year dietetics student based in London. Katie …
An Evidence-based Review of ‘The Game Changers’

An Evidence-based Review of ‘The Game Changers’

This fantastic guest post was written by Dietetic student Zachary Wenger. This review summarises some of the main issues related …
My 100th Blog Post!

My 100th Blog Post!

I started Dietetically Speaking back in September 2015, on a bit of a whim after feeling frustrated about the nutritional …
Binge Eating: Common Causes & Overcoming It

Binge Eating: Common Causes & Overcoming It

This fantastic article was written by Dr Jake Linardon (PhD). Jake is the founder of Break Binge Eating and a …
Dietary Supplements

Dietary Supplements

Dietary supplements come in many different forms. As the name suggests they are intended to supplement a balanced diet. This post …
Chickpea & Tofu Masala

Chickpea & Tofu Masala

Ingredients: 400g tin of chickpeas (drained)250ml natural yoghurt (or plant-based alternative like soya or coconut yoghurt)400g tin of chopped tomatoes280g of …
Heart Healthy Chowder

Heart Healthy Chowder

Ingredients: 500ml milk320g fish pie mix1 medium onion1 leek1 large potato1 clove of garlic100g frozen peas1 tsp vegetable oil1 tsp dried …
2 Ingredient Oat Scones

2 Ingredient Oat Scones

These scones are super easy to make and such a convenient breakfast on the go option (paired with some fruit …
Chicken and Vegetable Fried Rice

Chicken and Vegetable Fried Rice

This quick and easy recipe serves 3-4 people. Ingredients: 250g cooked rice (boiled or microwaved is fine)2 eggs1 large onion1-2 …
Sweet Potato & Butter Bean Stew

Sweet Potato & Butter Bean Stew

This hearty stew is really tasty and comforting, not to mention packed with vegetables and fibre. This recipes serves 2-3 …
How to Eat Well with a Chronic Illness

How to Eat Well with a Chronic Illness

This post was written by Harriet Smith (BSc Hons, RD). Harriet is a Registered Dietitian, an award-winning Health Writer, and …

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