The media is constantly full of articles and comments criticizing the breakfast cereals we have on offer today. But do these products really deserve the bad reputation they have gained? I set out to explain…
Looking after your child’s tiny teeth is important to make sure that they grow up with confidence, a healthy mouth and a big smile. To ensure this happens it is a good idea to register your baby at a local dentist as soon as you notice their first tooth appearing. Dentistry is free to children in the UK and so you should try and make the most of this and get into a routine of… read on.
****************Competition Closed**************** Entries counted and announced tomorrow Friday 15th February 2013 We are giving away a January 2013 Edition of “Complete Nutrition” Magazine to one lucky reader and supporter of SR Nutrition. All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning is: 1.) Like our website by visiting the home page and clicking on the facebook “like” button. 2.) Like our Facebook Page (see here) and write a comment on… read on.
Recently, SR Nutrition has been involved in a project running training for Health Care Professionals on the topic of Overweight and Obesity. The aim of the training is to try and reduce levels of obesity in certain Local Authorities. The training has had a huge amount of positive feedback and we felt we wanted to share it with you so here is a few examples below of the feedback we have had from our delegates…. read on.
As our hero, Marion Nestle – Food Politics campaigner, puts it: “Coca-Cola fights obesity? Oh, please.” Due to recent bad press published by the media, scientific journals and of course our favourite “The Real Bears” video Coca-Cola have decided they need to do something to shed the bad reputation they are picking up. So here it is, their new “Coming together” campaign to help fight obesity: ….They obviously haven’t been reading recent scientific studies which… read on.
I was recently asked for a few top tips of mine to help people avoid getting on the “dieting” bandwagon whilst at the same time helping them learn to eat well and shed a few pounds. I recommended that just two or three of these tips are introduced at a time with others being introduced later. This is because sometimes if too many are attempted at once, the change can be too dramatic and people… read on.
Demos is a think-tank which helps develop and deliver research in order to advise policymakers on best practice. Here at SR Nutrition we were lucky enough to be asked to help with some research they were conducting into Early Years Nutrition for their “For Starters” Project. The project aimed to identify how we can implement policies in order to support nutrition in early years children. This is important for the prevention of ill health and… read on.
A Happy New Year to you all from SR Nutrition. As Christmas comes to a close, many of you may have made resolutions to try to become more healthy. For some inspiration here is a link to a blog we wrote last year, New Year, New You. However, if you’re not ready to stop enjoying yourself just yet. Then take a look at our latest blog on Resturants Brighton’s website for some top tips on… read on.
Christmas is a great time to start weaning your baby, but it is also a great time to allow your little one to get used to a variety of Christmas tastes and flavours. See below for our tips on offering food to baby at Christmas time. Offer plenty of variety throughout the Christmas period Continue to increase the texture of babies’ meals over time and once you start offering lumps to baby, avoid returning… read on.
This dish should make two servings of baby’s meal but this depends on their age and weaning stage. Ingredients: 150g mashed or minced cooked turkey ¼ onion chopped finely 1 small potato, peeled & chopped finely ¼ cup of cabbage ¼ small swede, peeled & chopped finely 1 tbsp sprouts, chopped a dash of olive oil (N.B. all vegetables can be swapped for any other vegetables such as sweet potatoes, carrots, broccoli) Method: - … read on.