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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 […]

What is Resistant Starch? Fri 26th May, 2017 - 12:47pm by Emma Cockrell

There is much debate in the Nutrition World about the best source of carbohydrates to include in an anti-candida programme. Since intestinal yeasts, such as Candida albicans, are fed by sugars in the diet, it is vital to remove all forms of sweetening, and all refined carbohydrates, which break down to sugar very quickly, and […]

Vegetarian Sunflower Seed Burgers for the Anti-Candida Diet Wed 17th May, 2017 - 3:04pm by Emma Cockrell

Vegetarian Meal Suitable for Anti-Candida Diet These Sunflower Seed Burgers make a great mid-week meal. I usually serve them with roasted vegetable chips and a crisp salad, but steamed vegetables can work just as well. You may like to add a tomato sauce by stirring some passata into a finely chopped  onion, fried over a low […]

What are Antioxidants? Fri 12th May, 2017 - 2:40pm by Emma Cockrell

BioCare have written a helpful little article on just what exactly antioxidants are! We hear the word a lot, and this post just may help fill in some gaps in understanding. Contact me at info@nutritionhelp.com if you would like some advice on increasing antioxidants in your own diet or supplement programme. Read the full article […]

Magnesium and Good Nutrition for Healthy Bones Wed 26th Apr, 2017 - 11:36am by Emma Cockrell

Research on Bone Fractures and Magnesium Recent research at the universities of Bristol and Eastern Finland have found that low serum magnesium levels are associated with an increased risk of  bone fractures. Those working in the field of nutrition have long-known the importance of magnesium on bone health, but this was the first study to […]