New clinic opening on Thursdays! Details here.
- Booking? feelfabnutrition.com/bookings
- Parking? Free and paid car parks opposite
- Buses? 15 and 12a
Please note there are limited spaces, so book soon. I look forward to seeing you there!
My article on vitamin D coincides with the first day of the year we (Jersey) have seen anything more than a few minutes of sunshine, and the rays are great to see 😊☀️ JEP – 400 words – Why we
My latest opinion piece in the Jersey Evening Post considers the madness of low calorie diets and the benefits of intermittent fasting. The NHS and Diabetes UK have come up with their latest wheeze: starving people to put them into
Big Food design snacks so you can’t stop at one and keep buying and eating more! Here’s how, and what to do.
My article is in today’s JEP 😊 It was written in response to the scary and misinformed headlines of ‘red meat causes cancer’. A meat eater myself, I have pescetarian hubby and vege and vegan friends, and this
Can you burn off fat by exercising? No. Can you lose weight by exercising? Yes. Can you gain weight by exercising? Yes. Can you become healthier through exercising? Yes. Can you cause health damage by exercising? Yes. Confused? Let me
What do you think the greatest contributor to dying from disease is? Surprisingly, it’s not poor diet, lack of exercise, or too much drinking and smoking.
Here’s the last post I made in shorter form and a couple of local bits added as an article in today’s Jersey Evening Post 🙂
It’s Shrove Tuesday, which, for many, is synonymous with ‘Pancake Day’. Many of my clients can’t eat wheat (or the other grains), and some can’t have dairy either, so I’ve been experimenting with some grain-free, dairy-free and grain- and dairy-free
The Times et al advised us on 24th Feb that we should be eating 10 portions of fruit and veg a day, not 5. Surely they are kidding? Here is my take on their article and the subject in general.
Fats (triglyceride lipids) are made up of glycerol and fatty acids; these fatty acids are either saturated, monounsaturated or polyunsaturated. They have the same basic structure (a carbon backbone with hydrogen branches and a carboxyl end); the difference lies in