Middle Age and the Menopause
Your diet and activity can have a positive impact on how you feel as you get older. During my talk I explained what the key nutritional con
How cafes and restaurants can help customers eat more healthily
As much as a quarter of our calories come from eating outside the home. That is one of the reasons why the food and drink being offered...
Nutrition and skin: the facts
The out layer of skin cells (the epidermis) renew themselves every 28-31 days. So if you do make positive changes to your diet, you may not
Eggs - Good? or Bad? Unscrambling the egg myths.
By: Holly Gabriel, AfN Registered Associate Nutritionist We now have access to all sorts, duck, chicken, quail, even ostrich eggs are...
Join us for a Twitter Chat!
NEW - AfN Nutritionists Twitter Chat! I am so excited to be working along with 3 fellow Nutritionists on a regular twitter chat that is...
2018 Highlights from a Freelance Registered Nutritionist
2018 was another great year of learning and developing as a Freelance Registered Nutritionist working in nutrition research and...
What are the best plant foods for iron?
I'll share info on who is most at risk from low iron intakes, why you need iron, what are the signs of low iron, how to help your body a
What can you learn from attending an Intuitive Eating dinner?
Earlier this month I joined about 15 other individuals at an intuitive eating dinner at The Apartment restaurant in Edinburgh. We had a...
Why red meat is particularly useful for some population groups.
Some nutrients found in red meat, are often found to be at low levels in the diets of particular population groups. This article explains w
Scottish views on a Good Food Nation: Findings from the Kitchen Table Talks
This lunchtime, I was outside the Scottish Parliament to meet and chat to many others who want to #BringOnTheBill. The main reason for...