Phillippa Newman (MSc, PGCE, BSc (Hons), ABPI, ANutr, RSHom) is our resident nutritionist offering practical tips and advice on a variety of health related issues, suggesting ways they may be tackled by natural, dietary means.
Phillippa has worked in private practice for over ten years, seeing patients of all ages with a variety of health, nutrition and general wellness problems and concerns. She is also a qualified Allergy & Intolerance tester having realised from both personal experience and from her patients, the effect that food intolerances can have on health, wellness and in particular the effects these can have on the health of the digestive system.
Phillippa will cover a variety of topics relating to food & health in our 'Nutrition' section.
If there's a specific topic you'd like to see covered, please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
The what and whys of the best healthy snacks
We have all been there, standing in front of the open cupboard or fridge deliberating over which snack to reach
Top 5 Nutrients for children
It is essential at any age to ensure our bodies get the nutrients they need to sustain good health. Getting
Revamping your Packed Lunch
With pubs, restaurants and many cafes being shut for weeks now and schools starting to open this month, the packed
Walking your way to good health
No doubt you are thinking that the days, weeks and months are currently merging into one now we are currently
What’s Eating you? – What to eat to help reduce stress levels
Unless you have a unique ability to time travel or escape to a different planet, it is impossible for you
Eating for Improved Immunity
The world is currently in unchartered waters, as countries face the Coronavirus pandemic known as Covid-19. Hand shaking is out
Food for the Heart
In case you didn’t know, February is National Heart Month, which is very in keeping seeing as it’s also the
January Blue Monday – Top 10 Tips to get you through
January is a hard month. The excitement of Christmas is over, money troubles & debt can be highlighted for many