Draft written by: Amreen Bains Reviewed and Edited by: Elena Zhang (APD) Meal planning is a trendy buzzword on social media, what is meal planning exactly? This article will explain what, why and how meal planning can benefit your health. Meal planning is where a person draws up a schedule of their meals ahead ofContinue reading “5 Reasons to Plan Your Meals”
UPDATED JULY 2021 “Dietitian” – what a strange word! What is a dietitian? What do they do? Why do dietitians exist? The big questions is: what can a dietitian do for YOU? What is a dietitian? In simple terms, a dietitian is a person who had professional education and clinical & community training to becomeContinue reading “What Do Dietitians Do? A Complete Guide (UPDATED)”
What is Kombucha? In simple terms, it is fermented sweet tea. It is gaining popularity due to its health benefits such as improving our digestion, protect us from heart diseases, cancers and more. Kombucha is a refreshing, healthy drink that is slightly fizzy, with a hint of sour and sweetness. The good news is, kombuchaContinue reading “How to Make Kombucha at Home (6 Easy Steps)”
What is fermented food? Fermented foods contain probiotics, which is a friendly type of bacteria that can benefit our health. Probiotics are added to foods during the fermentation process to convert the sugars and carbs in food into alcohol or acids. Fermented foods include: yoghurt pickles kefir buttermilk sauerkraut kimchi miso natto tempeh salami kombuchaContinue reading “7 Reasons to Include Fermented Foods in Your Diet”
Spirulina is an algea found in fresh or salt water. It has been used by ancient civilizations for its health benefits. NASA has famously used spirulina as a supplement for their astronauts. Spirulina can be used as a dietary/nutritional supplement for people of all ages. Nutritional benefits of spirulina: High protein content (70% proteinm, similarContinue reading “9 Health Benefits of Spirulina”
Omega-3 is a type of essential fatty acid; our body cannot produce it and must be obtained from our diet. The most common omega 3 fatty acids are called ALA, DHA and EPA. Good dietary sources of omega 3 include fatty fish such as sardines, tuna, salmon, rainbow trout and mackerel, plant sources such asContinue reading “Omega-3 Fatty Acids Factsheet”
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Hi, I’m Elena. I am an Accredited Practising Dietitian who loves food and writing equally. I believe that health info should be made available to everyone, so welcome to my nutrition blog!
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