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Nutrition is important for our mental health as well as our physical health. Following a healthy balanced diet can affect your mood in a positive way. Eat regular meals Aim for little and often. Your brain needs the right amount of nutrients regularly so that it can function properly. The brain...

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Eating healthy and being active is very important to a child’s growth. Do you have children aged 1 to 5 years old? Come and join us for a free session helping you with information covering these topics: a healthy balanced diet age-appropriate portions food fussiness planning a packed lunch...

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The Eatwell Guide is a policy tool used to define government recommendations on eating healthily and achieving a balanced diet.

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YouTube video by Coeliac UK explaining how to read food labels for those with Coeliac disease.

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A resource by EMEESY Children’s Kidney Network about potassium in your diet.

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A resource by EMEESY Children’s Kidney Network about phosphate in your diet.

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A resource by EMEESY Children’s Kidney Network about eating less salt.

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A  Crohn’s and Colitis UK resource about inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and food.

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A resource by the British Dietetic Association.

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A resource by the British Dietetic Association about salt.

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A resource by the British Dietetic Association about vitamin D.

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A resource by the British Dietetic Association about calcium.

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A resource by the British Dietetic Association about iron deficiency.

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A resource by the British Dietetic Association about healthy eating for children.

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A resource by the British Dietetic Association about iodine.

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A resource by the British Dietetic Association about irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and diet.

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A resource by the British Dietetic Association about folic acid and what it does.

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A resource by the British Dietetic Association about coeliac disease and gluten-free diet.

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A cow’s milk and soya free diet involves the complete avoidance of cow’s milk and soya milk. This will be necessary if your child has, or is suspected to have, a cow’s milk and soya intolerance or allergy. Infant formula derived from goat’s milk is not suitable for infants under 12 months of...

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This resource helps patients to understand the importance of iron in the diet and what can happen if they have low iron levels. The resource has been produced in collaboration with the British Dietetic Association and contains information on foods that are rich in iron.

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