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 email@example.com
If you are one of the many people currently struggling with tiredness and fatigue, and awake in the morning feeling
Healthy Inspiration for the BBQ
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Why Your Diet Affects Your Mental Health
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How Your Diet can Help to Manage Hay Fever
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The Brain Menu
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Mealtimes made special by lockdown
We recently conducted a survey of over 1000 people, to investigate the ways in which lockdown has changed family eating
Which foods can help induce calmness?
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Food Trends & Themes of 2021
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Help for Hormones
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