Making packed lunches is the bane of many parents’ lives, and usually something you remember to do around 10pm the night before, when you really just want to get in bed with your book. If you want to shake things up in the new school year, we’ve spoken to registered nutritionists and dieticians to give you a week… Continue reading HuffPost, Sept 2018: “Back To School: A Week Of Packed Lunch Ideas Your Kids Will Love”
The Government has proposed an energy drinks ban for teenagers and children. I was interviewed for this recent newspaper article, which you can read here.
Forget frozen yoghurts and sorbets; brands such as Halo Top and Oppo have brought ice creams with around 70% fewer calories to UK supermarkets. Here’s the scoop on how they taste. I was interviewed as a spokesperson for the BDA for this recent article, which you can read here.
Laceinne Cooper and her husband are raising their child as a plant-based vegan. She explains how and why. I was interviewed for this online news story, which you can view here.
One in five children in the UK has eczema. Many children develop the condition in their first year of life and often, the earlier symptoms become apparent, the more severe the child's eczema. Eczema is one of a group of 'atopic' conditions that also includes asthma, hay fever and food allergy, so they commonly occur together to varying degrees. I was… Continue reading Patient.info: “Will a gluten-free diet help my child’s eczema?”
Yes, it’s going to be messy – but weaning needn’t be a battle. We’ve asked the experts for their top tips on getting little ones to try new tastes and textures. And we can tell you now, they’ve got some great tricks up their sleeves … I advised on an online article on this popular… Continue reading NetMums, June 2018: “16 expert weaning tricks to try today”
Veganism has shot up in popularity in the past decade. Kashmira Gander speaks to parents who are passing on the plant-based lifestyle to their children. I was interviewed as a spokesperson for the British Dietetic Association for this recent article, which can be read here.