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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 […]

Are You Still Drinking Fizzy Drinks? Wed 12th Apr, 2017 - 12:37pm by Emma Cockrell

When a client comes to Nutritionhelp for nutritional advice I will work on two basic principles: Suggest the removal of any foods unhelpful to good health (such as fizzy drinks) Recommend diet and nutrients specific for your health requirements Fundamentally this is bad stuff out and good stuff in! Of course, this can vary from client […]

Welcome to Nutritionhelp Consultations! Wed 5th Apr, 2017 - 3:22pm by Emma Cockrell

Nutritionhelp’s Foundations Erica White founded Nutritionhelp 25 years ago, as a Nutritional Therapy practice based in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex. With requests for consultations from the far reaches of the United Kingdom, and word travelling over-seas, Erica very soon had a nutritional practice that was impacting the health of clients globally. Erica herself knew a new-found strength and […]

Baked Egg Custard For the Anti-Candida Diet Wed 29th Mar, 2017 - 12:30pm by Emma Cockrell

Bringing the sweet tooth under control is essential in the fight against intestinal yeast, so it is helpful to learn how to make desserts which don’t require added sugars or fruit. This baked egg custard recipe fits the bill, and can be used not only as a dessert, but also a breakfast or snack. Made […]

Shopping and Cooking for an Anti-Candida Diet. Wed 22nd Mar, 2017 - 11:59am by Emma Cockrell

I always feel sorry for people who say they think the anti-Candida diet is boring or bland! If you concentrate on the foods you can’t eat, rather than those you can , it only leads to self-pity. This reminds me of a friend who had a young son with Type 1 diabetes. Rather than tell him about […]

What are Superfoods and a Super Diet? Thu 16th Mar, 2017 - 10:30am by Emma Cockrell

It is now over 35 years since I started working with natural foods. In that time I have seen many changes in attitudes towards food, including the present trend of including ‘superfoods’ in the diet. There is no official definition of a superfood, but they are generally accepted to be nutrient-rich foods considered to be […]