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Quick & Easy Protein Bread – Gluten-free & for anti-Candida diet Tue 29th Jan, 2019 - 2:49pm by Emma Cockrell

Many clients on the anti-Candida diet need recipes that are very quick. Recipes that are simple enough not to drain them of energy, or easy enough to fit in around a busy work or home schedule are essential. Combined with this is the necessity for food to be nutritious, providing valuable calories, fibre, vitamins and […]

Gingernut Cookies – Sugar-free, Grain-free, Egg-Free, Dairy-Free Wed 9th Jan, 2019 - 3:22pm by Emma Cockrell

    Happy New Year! May 2019 be a year of increased understanding in how to best support your health nutritionally! A question I am frequently asked by clients is, “What can I eat as a suitable ‘anti-Candida’ snack when I am out and about?” The following recipe for Gingernut Cookies fits the bill perfectly. […]

Happy Christmas from Nutritionhelp, & Gift Vouchers Wed 19th Dec, 2018 - 5:24pm by Emma Cockrell

Emma Cockrell, together with Nutritionhelp Founders Robin and Erica White, would like to wish all our clients – past and present – a very Happy Christmas and a Healthy 2019. Consultation Gift Voucher If you are stuck for a gift idea for a loved one, why not purchase them a one-to-one nutritional consultation with Emma. […]

Delicious Lemon Buns – Grain-Free & Sugar-Free Thu 13th Dec, 2018 - 10:06am by Emma Cockrell

Grain-Free and Sugar-Free Lemon Bun Recipe Here is a recipe for lemon buns that contain no grain and no sugar! It is quick and simple to make for a day-to-day snack. Adding a creamy, sugar-free, lemon curd topping however, makes these buns more special, providing a wonderful Christmas cake alternative. You do need to have […]

Treats For Christmas – Coconut Bites Fri 7th Dec, 2018 - 12:30pm by Emma Cockrell

Ape Crunchy Coconut Bites If you haven’t already come across the Ape crunchy Coconut Bites, now would be a good time to check your supermarket or whole-food shop shelves. I found these in the ‘Free From’ aisle of a local supermarket. When everyone around is snacking on sweet-treats it is nice to have something to […]

Lemon Curd – Sugar-Free & Dairy-Free Mon 3rd Dec, 2018 - 10:18am by Emma Cockrell

This delicious recipe is adapted from Erica White’s Beat Candida Cookbook. Swapping the butter for coconut oil means this lemon curd can be enjoyed by those on a dairy-free diet. The coconut oil provides healthy fats, to help keep you feeling full, while the egg content provides valuable protein. If you need to keep oxalates […]

Sunflower Seed Pancakes Mon 12th Nov, 2018 - 5:38pm by Emma Cockrell

Here is a fantastic recipe for those who struggle to tolerate grains. Sunflower Seed Pancakes can be used as a breakfast dish, topped with Sugar-Free lemon curd (page 126 in Erica White’s Beat Candida Cookbook), or drizzled with coconut milk and sprinkled with desiccated coconut. Try it as a wrap for an easy lunch, stuffed […]

Courgette & Cauliflower ‘Rice’ Mon 12th Nov, 2018 - 4:43pm by Emma Cockrell

I regularly use cauliflower to replace rice for savoury dishes. This is a great way to increase over-all veggie intake, while also reducing the amount of carbohydrate in the diet. Many clients may need to keep up their carbs to prevent weight loss. However, many others, although following a strict ‘anti-Candida’ programme still need to […]

Creamy Butternut Curry: Anti-Candida & Dairy-Free Mon 12th Nov, 2018 - 3:41pm by Emma Cockrell

With Butternut Squash being such a valuable addition to any diet (see my last blog post here), and a particularly helpful food for the anti-Candida diet, I find ways to include it in a variety of meals. This recipe for a meat-free curry gains both flavour and texture from chunks of butternut squash simmered in […]

So Simple Butternut Squash Soup Tue 30th Oct, 2018 - 1:07pm by Emma Cockrell

Butternut History Butternut Squash is a relative newcomer to our greengrocers and supermarkets. First farmed in the USA in the 1950’s, Charles Leggett developed butternut as a result of combining the Hubbard squash and the gooseneck squash. Leggett came up with the name, saying it was “smooth as butter and sweet as nut”.   Butternut […]