If Everybody Looked The Same….

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You know how the song goes: ‘If everybody looked the same, we’d get tired of looking at each other…’ So why is it that as a society, we want to try and make everybody look the same? Research reveals that children as young as 3 learn to distrust their bodies and that if they don’t […]

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Is it wrong to want to lose weight?

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I talk a lot about how relentlessly perusing weight loss often leads to a path of self-sabotage. But does this mean that wanting to lose weight is wrong? No, not at all. How can it be when we live in a society that is constantly criticising us for the way we look or for the […]

The point of no return

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I haven’t always been a nutritionist. I actually started my career as a secondary school teacher before moving into school improvement where I then went on to lead a small team working in schools. I love leading and inspiring people, is it what I went into teaching for, after all. But for a long while, […]

How to normalise sugar again

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I spoke here about how sugar is not all bad.  As with anything in life, it is much more about context than sugar in itself. It is also important to recognise that we do not eat sugar in isolation, how many times have you eaten sugar straight from the bag? Exactly! Our diets are made […]