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Two Yeast-Free & Gluten-Free Stuffing Recipes for the Anti-Candida Diet Tue 12th Dec, 2017 - 9:14am by Emma Cockrell

If you are on an anti-Candida and gluten-free diet, there is no need to feel hard-done-by at your Christmas Dinner! It is possible to enjoy a healthy roast, with trimmings. You just need to make a few changes. These two yeast-free and gluten-free stuffing recipes are quick and easy, can be made in advance and […]

Can I break the Anti-Candida Diet Plan at Christmas?! Fri 8th Dec, 2017 - 2:20pm by Emma Cockrell

Perhaps a question I get asked more than any other is, “Does it matter if I break the anti-Candida diet?” With Christmas in close sight, office parties, meals out with colleagues and family get togethers are in full swing. So where does that leave you while following very specific diet recommendations? “Does it matter if […]

Christmas Gift Vouchers! Fri 24th Nov, 2017 - 11:11am by Emma Cockrell

Are you stuck on finding the perfect gift for the person who has everything?! Nutritionhelp’s Gift Vouchers provide a gift that lasts beyond Christmas Day. One that has the potential to revolutionise life! Whether your friend or family-member wants to lose weight or tackle chronic health conditions, a Gift Voucher for a Nutritional Therapy consultation […]

Butternut Tart – Egg-Free! Wed 25th Oct, 2017 - 11:02am by Emma Cockrell

The previous recipe for butternut tart was sugar-free, dairy free, grain-free and gluten free, but not egg free!  So for those who struggle with eggs, here is a revised version – Butternut Tart – Egg-Free! I think it works just as well as the recipe with the egg – if not better! Don’t try to […]

Butternut & Nutmeg Tart – Sugar Free, Grain Free Mon 16th Oct, 2017 - 3:56pm by Emma Cockrell

This delicious Butternut Squash Tart recipe can be used as a dessert or snack for those on an anti-candida diet. It is suitable for a number of diet variations, having no added sugars, no gluten, no dairy and no grains.  If you are trying to reduce weight  you can prepare the Butternut and Nutmeg Tart […]

Long-Term Stress – Do Your Adrenals Need Support? Wed 30th Aug, 2017 - 12:42pm by Emma Cockrell

Stress? Is it me, or has the pace of life increased beyond recognition? As a young adult back in the early 1980’s, ‘YUPPIEs’ (short for “young urban professional” or “young upwardly mobile professional”) were known to work all hours. They put in added over-time in order to make a mark in their profession and move […]

More Summer Meal and Picnic Ideas – Anti-Candida & Gluten-Free! Fri 4th Aug, 2017 - 7:48am by Emma Cockrell

Whether you feel bold enough to face a picnic in the lower temperatures we have seen this week, or whether you want to eat indoors, here are some more ideas for simple summer lunches.   Spanish-Style Tortilla Traditionally a Spanish Tortilla contains sliced potatoes, but to reduce carbohydrate I have replaced the potato with sliced cauliflower. This […]

Pack A Picnic – Anti-Candida and Gluten-Free! Fri 28th Jul, 2017 - 10:54am by Emma Cockrell

The summer is in full swing, and if you can skip the showers, a picnic is an enjoyable way to pass time with with children, friends or family. Whether it is at the beach, a park, the countryside, the back garden, or a favourite nostalgic spot, getting outside into a relaxing environment can actually bring […]

Before You Reach for that Cup of Coffee… Fri 14th Jul, 2017 - 10:08am by Emma Cockrell

It is in the news again – coffee is supposedly good for you. However, the coffee debate still rages on, and anyone on a Nutritionhelp protocol will know that I strongly advise against all forms of caffeine. So what research is this headline based on, and why am I not rushing out to stock up […]

Make the Most of Salads! Fri 16th Jun, 2017 - 5:19pm by Emma Cockrell

Salad Days! Now that the sun is shining, and the days are getting warmer, salads have become popular again! Snack lunches and main meals can easily centre on fresh salad. Experiment with different vegetables to create interesting textures and a variety of tastes. Try: Fennel bulbs thinly sliced over lettuce to add a fragrant liquorice flavour Chicory leaves […]