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.
I represented the British Dietetic Association in reaction to this recent story. You can read the article here.
Followers of the ultra low-carb diet must rule out sugary fruits in favour of foods high in fat and protein. I advised on this recent online article, which you can read here.
Veganuary sees people pledging to try veganism for the whole of January. But the diet can be high in sugar, salt and saturated fat if followed incorrectly. I gave expert advice for this article, which you can read here.
Popcorn may be a whole grain but it often comes cooked in oil and covered in sugar, salt and flavourings. So how healthy is it really? I advised on this recent article in the pages of The Guardian. Read it here.