Nutrition Society in the media
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Media Planet Guardian Supplement
Good nutrition – for life (Page 10)
Media expert nutritionist Angie Jefferson explains the ‘rules’ regarding children’s nutrition and the importance of a balanced diet.
05 February 2013
The Alkaline diet and the 5:2 diet have received a lot of attention since the beginning of 2013, each diet promising pain-free weight loss. Can either make the pounds melt away? With comments from media expert Sarah Schenker.
Women’s Fitness magazine
06 February 2013
The cost of your average grocery shop is poised to climb 15 per cent in 2013. Nutrient-rich staples such as meat and dairy are the most vulnerable products in line for the hike as farmers struggle to afford feed for their livestock. But there’s no need to let a little thing like the credit crunch get in the way of your healthy habits. With comments from media expert Moyra Cosgrove.
msn HER online
11 December 2012
The Christmas party season can prove exhausting and you can find yourself needing an energy boost. Read on for our guide to energy boosters that will counteract your tiredness and prepare you to face the world again. Media expert Sue Baic provides healthy snack tips to boost energy.
WebMD Boots online
09 November 2012
Surprising foods that may raise your cholesterol. Most of us know that having high cholesterol in our blood can be bad for our hearts. Eating a diet that’s high in saturated fat can raise your cholesterol levels. So, it makes sense to limit your saturated fats if you want to keep your heart healthy. With comments from Nutrition Society media expert Charlotte Stirling-Reed.
18 September 2012
Boost your immune system this autumn. Easy ways to stay healthy and keep bugs and bacteria at bay. With comments from Nutrition society media expert Angie Jefferson.
22 August 2012
A new 'anti-hunger' powder claims to help dieters by making them feel fuller after eating just small amounts of food. With comments from Nutrition Society media expert Dr Emma Williams.
21 August 2012
Dieters could suppress their appetite by eating yogurts and smoothies laced with a new "anti-hunger" powder that turns into a gel when it reaches their stomach, scientists claim. With comments from Nutrition Society media expert Dr Emma Williams.
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