Blog - The Food Teacher

What you need to know about Kefir!

July 16, 2018
|
0 Comments
|

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 […]

Read more

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

June 21, 2018
|
0 Comments
|

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 […]

Read more

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

June 21, 2018
|
0 Comments
|

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.

Read more

Move on from Motion Sickness

September 28, 2017
|
0 Comments
|

Motion sickness is the feeling experienced when your sense of balance is disturbed by constant motion such as riding in a car or aboard a ship. It can be extremely common with estimates that 80% of the population have suffered from it at least once in their lives […]

Read more

Banish Summer Sniffles

July 26, 2017
|
0 Comments
|

Red eyes and sneezing are common allergic symptoms this time of year for hay fever sufferers. Hayfever, which is also known as seasonal rhinitis, is an allergic reaction to pollen from grass, trees and weeds during the early spring and summer months. It is thought to affect more […]

Read more

The Public Health Collaboration

July 26, 2017
|
0 Comments
|

An Interview for UK Health Radio with Sam Felton

In the U.K., 25% of adults are categorised as obese, the highest prevalence in Europe, type 2 diabetes has risen by 65% in the past 10 years with no sign of slowing down and both cost […]

Read more

Nutrition and Autism

July 26, 2017
|
0 Comments
|

Autism is one of the most prevalent developmental disorders in the world, which is much more common than many people think. Roughly 1 in 100 people are on the autistic spectrum in the UK and five times as many males as females. Autism is a complex biological disorder […]

Read more

Go for Green!

July 26, 2017
|
0 Comments
|

Parent’s instinctively know that green vegetables are important for the growing body hence the drive to encourage our children to eat bountiful amounts. This desire to ensure a good diet can often be hugely challenging. Recent recommendations to increase fruit and vegetable consumption from 5 a day […]

Read more

Protect your Brain and Memory

June 10, 2017
|
0 Comments
|

An Interview with Dr Marilyn Glenville on UK Health Radio

Dementia, including Alzheimer’s, is one of the world’s most feared conditions, especially amongst over 45’s and it’s not hard to see why. Globally some 30 million people are losing their memories to […]

Read more

Freefrom Foods

June 10, 2017
|
0 Comments
|

An Interview for UK Health Radio with Michelle Berrie-Dale Johnson

This year the FreeFrom Food Awards celebrate their 10th anniversary and as the only FreeFrom Awards in the food industry the popularity and prestige of the awards continues to grow. Michelle Berriedale-Johnson launched the […]

Read more

Fertile

April 7, 2017
|
0 Comments
|

An Interview for UK Health Radio with Emma Cannon

In the UK and worldwide 1 in 6 couples are affected by fertility problems. Support around optimizing health, diet and lifestyle can be hugely beneficial. Emma Cannon started her career as an acupuncturist and supported fertility naturally […]

Read more

Good Mood Food

March 18, 2017
|
0 Comments
|

An Interview for UK Health Radio with Rachel Kelly and Alice Mackintosh

The pace of life has changed dramatically over the years and the increase of mental health conditions has skyrocketed.  Research shows that on average it can take a sufferer 10 years to admit to […]

Read more
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Next page ›