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Nutrition is constantly in the media and as Dietitians we endeavour to monitor scientific change and balance it with practical application and the enjoyment of food.

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Orthorexia Nervosa: When healthy eating can make you sick

An Orthorexics daily obsession with obtaining healthy eating can reduce time available for other interests that formerly made up the fabric of their life. Help is available. Read more »

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What’s to drink?

As concern, regarding the sugar and energy content of carbonated drinks and fruit juice, gathers momentum many people are looking for alternative drinks to have. Read more »

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Is going “Gluten Free” a healthy food choice?

As the popularity of gluten- free diets grow we need to question whether in fact it is a healthy option for any of us and if not how can we make it so? Read more »

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8 Healthy tips when making ‘real food’ choices

If we choose a lifestyle where others grow and process our food can we be sure that it is still safe to eat? Find out more. Read more »

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Does your diet tick all the boxes?

Is dieting still fun if it ages you? Find out if your diet ticks all the boxes for your better health and performance. Read more »

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Break free from procrastination for better health

Most of us procrastinate as we seek to prioritise our work, but around 20% of people are chronic procrastinators. Learn how procrastination can endanger your health and the tips we offer to help. Read more »

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10 tips to prevent weight gain in marriage

When couples move in together they set in motion changes to their long-term health. While there are many health benefits of living together managing weight may need extra care and attention Read more »

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Don’t let energy deficiency ruin your health

Energy deficiency is not just a problem of third world countries. It can be found in our hospitals, schools and kindergartens, rest homes and on our sports fields. It can affect over and underweight people.
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