Online consultations

Online consultations

Alexander Dietetics offers easily accessible online consultations in the comfort of your own home. Our holistic approach will cover all your dietary requirements. You will receive individual one-on-one assistance specially tailored to meet your personal needs. You will NOT receive a generic meal plan or

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TODDLER NUTRITION RESEARCH

Research from Bristol University in the UK has shown that toddlers fed a diet high in junk food can suffer from long lasting damage to their learning abilities. Young children who eat a diet too high in saturated fat, sugar and highly processed foods like

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LOOKING AHEAD AND COMMITING TO CHANGE Part 3 – Exercise and Recipes

If you have read part 1 and part 2 of this blog I hope by now you are feeling positive about the strategies you have put in place to aid your life-style changes. Of course making the plans is only the beginning. Following through and

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LOOKING AHEAD AND COMMITING TO CHANGE Part 2 – Helpful Strategies

It may seem that the strategies I am suggesting take a lot of effort, but unfortunately I don’t have a magic wand. Making lifestyle changes requires commitment and ongoing effort. You can think, dream or wish all you like but unless you spend the time

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LOOKING AHEAD AND COMMITING TO CHANGE – Part one getting started

Because everyone in contact with our website presents with different problems, I have chosen a topic relevant to us all. We all have the same basic aim – to improve our health. And to improve our health we need to commit to making lifestyle changes.

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Christmas Cheer

Christmas is often called the “Silly Season” because we go a bit daft with all the preparations and all the eating! It is often a time of over indulgence resulting in those New Year Resolutions to get back on track. But don’t despair, you can still eat healthily and try new and exciting recipes with a few helpful tips in mind.

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Business Lunch Syndrome

Business Lunch Syndrome

According to the UK Gout Society 1 in 100 people will develop gout. It is far more common in men, particularly in the age range of 30 – 60 years – the prime working years. Poor lifestyle choices which increase your risk of Metabolic Syndrome*

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Mums and Bubs Nutrition

Mums and Bubs Nutrition

Mums and Bubs Nutrition – Food sensitivities and the introduction of solids A particular concern at the moment is whether to avoid certain high risk foods such as egg, wheat, cow’s milk and peanut in an attempt to prevent your child developing food allergies. There

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