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COVID-19 and Vitamin D

September 9, 2020
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Some interesting research has just been published about vitamin D and COVID-19.

Though it was a small scale randomised control trial the results are worth noting.

In short, taking vitamin D virtually eliminated the risk of ICU admission—and may completely eliminate […]

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With a little help from a Chef and a Scientist!

September 9, 2020
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The Food Teacher™, Rothamsted Enterprises and Rothamsted Research join forces to support children to become the young chefs of the future.

 The importance of understanding the link between what we eat and our health couldn’t be more relevant in the current […]

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Let’s Teach Them Young!

July 2, 2020
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The Food Teacher™ launch their latest award for nurseries and schools for ages 3+ to support food education and improve long-term health.

 

The importance of understanding the link between what we eat and our health couldn’t be more relevant in the current climate and […]

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Welwyn Hatfield Young Chef of 2020 Announced

February 13, 2020
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Nine year old, Lucas Brooks from St Michael’s Woolmer Green VA C of E School has won the Welwyn Hatfield Young Chef of 2020. The Year 5 pupil competed against eight other fantastic finalists from Welwyn Hatfield primary schools at Ridgeway Academy on Friday 7th February. Five […]

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Feed off Winter Colds!

November 22, 2019
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September and October has brought media attention back to the common cold and the possibility of getting closer to finding a possible cure. Colds are our most common infectious disease with adults on average getting 2-4 each year and children between 5-10 (1). Most colds are […]

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Ever wished you hadn’t eaten that?

October 11, 2019
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Do you think there are foods, which disagree with you? Have you worked out which foods don’t suit your body? Are you avoiding the right foods?
The World Allergy Organisation (WAO) estimate of allergy prevalence of the whole population by country ranges between 10 – 40 […]

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Living for Health at Uni!

September 3, 2019
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September is an exciting month for many youngsters who are heading off to University. It’s a huge change for most as often the first time away from home and being truly independent. Managing those changes well through food and lifestyle can be hugely beneficial. Understanding factors such […]

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Be a step ahead of Prickly Heat this Summer!

July 18, 2019
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Prickly heat also known as ‘heat rash’ has been known to ruin anyone’s summer holiday regardless of age so putting a few well informed changes in place might make this summer one to remember.

 

After several enquiries through The Food Teacher™ Clinic, our sudden change in […]

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The Rise of Veganism

May 22, 2019
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It’s been fascinating watching the growth of veganism over the last few years and the engagement of food manufacturers and retailers to embrace this. 

A 2016 poll found Britain’s vegan population had increased from 150,000 to 542,000 in 10 years and this […]

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What you need to know about Kefir!

July 16, 2018
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GUEST BLOG from Sue McGarrigle ND DipION CNHC mBANT NNA GNC ANP

From birth our own unique microflora increases in diversity and stability maturing our immune system and influencing our wellbeing (hopefully unchallenged at such an important time). By 2–3 years of age, the gut […]

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‘The Food Teacher™, launches Young Chef of the Year Award’

June 21, 2018
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In April 2017 The Food Teacher™, was commissioned to create an innovative and engaging award for 10 and 11 year olds in Fleetwood, Lancashire. This was a project sponsored and supported by NHS funding, local and national sponsors.  450+ pupils took part and following its great […]

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The Food Teacher Receives Prestigious ‘Best in the World’ Gourmand Cookbook Award in China

June 21, 2018
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Following success in national business awards and a string of appearances at Food Festivals and community events, Katharine Tate, The Food Teacher, has returned from China following receipt of her second world renowned Gormand Cookbook Award.

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