Here are some tips on how you can eat healthy at university, on a budget
Since graduating with a Master degree in Human Nutrition at the University of Surrey, Tai has become an avid advocate for good nutrition with experience working in various settings from acute to community. She has been involved in projects focusing on the nutritional status of older adults in the UK and in the implementation of interventions to help improve the nutritional and health status of individuals within local and neighbouring community.
Having high cholesterol has been associated with increased risk of cardiovascular disease and stroke. Thus keeping your cholesterol in check is imperative and implementing healthy practices, like eating a healthy balanced diet and being physically active can help prevent a high cholesterol level.
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The summer holiday season is upon us and many are planning to go on vacation with family and friends to experience life in another country for a couple of weeks. During the summer holidays, comfortable resorts, warm waters and white, sandy beaches will surely be enjoyed.
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During the fasting season, it may be hard to ensure you are getting enough vitamins and minerals your body needs to maintain its bodily function. Thus, taking a multivitamin supplement can help provide you with essential vitamins and minerals that you may be missing from not eating regular whole foods. Furthermore, taking multivitamins may also help to increase your energy levels too.
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Dietary iron is crucial to avoid fatigue, weakness and even iron deficiency anaemia. In some cases, individuals may not take in adequate amounts of iron from their diet and may resort to iron supplements.
20/02/2017 15:07 GMT
It is no surprise that the FSA warning has made some people very concerned about their health and dietary intake. Slightly overdoing your roast potatoes or having the one-off burnt toast will not do you great harm
25/01/2017 12:52 GMT
It is sometimes quoted that numbers make the world go round. Every day we encounter numbers, whether it is dialling a telephone number or telling someone yours, knowing the number of the bus to get to your workplace, entering your PIN number in an ATM or counting how much change you have to buy a pint of milk. However, when it comes to your health, do you know your numbers?
17/01/2017 16:58 GMT
As the UK weather sees a major drop in temperature, the chance of individuals catching a cold or flu increases. People are urged to get the flu vaccination at their local GP surgery or local pharmacy to keep the winter virus at bay
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Vitamin D can be found in limited amount of foods like oily fish, red meat, liver, egg yolks and fortified fat spreads and fortified breakfast. Though, people in the UK should not rely on food alone to get their vitamin D as they will not get enough.
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