Dietitians Blog Entries

24 Sep, 2016

Lamb wrapped in kale

Kale is tough, stringy and overtly pretentious, but it looks really great in photographs – perhaps the reason most ‘wellness’ bloggers overstate it’s usefulness. The real deal with kale is however it is low fodmap and really great for making parcels to cook other food. Using kale to produce a parcel to roast meat is […]

21 Sep, 2016

Personalized Nutrition Update issue nr. 25

The Personalized Nutrition update is a weekly e-newsletter of the latest news and developments in the field of nutritional genomics, functional food, digital health and personalized nutrition. To receive weekly updates directly in your inbox, sign up here My name is Mariette Abrahams, nutrition business consultant, registered dietitian nutritionist, speaker and founder of Mariette Abrahams […]

15 Sep, 2016

FDG member logo image and guidelines

  The above logo is exclusively for the use of FDG members to use on their websites, blogs and marketing materials. To download a png image, please click  here and right-click choosing “save as” or “copy image” Before using the logo here are a few guidelines on how to use the BDA Freelance Dietitians Specialist Group Member logo […]

14 Sep, 2016

Personalized Nutrition Update issue nr. 24

The Personalized Nutrition update is a weekly e-newsletter of the latest news and developments in the field of nutritional genomics, functional food, digital health and personalized nutrition. To receive weekly updates directly in your inbox, sign up here My name is Mariette Abrahams, nutrition business consultant, registered dietitian nutritionist, speaker and founder of Mariette Abrahams […]

8 Sep, 2016

To vegan or not to vegan?

On my travels today I spotted a piece of – as some might describe – graffiti, but in reality the makings of an animal activist with a spray can in-front of a wall feeling the necessity to state “animals want to live, go vegan, be kind”. My imagination led me to visualising happy sheep and […]

7 Sep, 2016

Celeriac Soup – low fodmap

I have half a celeriac left so as promised I have made a soup. This was very easy to do and is based on home made chicken stock and has a topping based on bacon, pecan and sunflower seeds. If you want a vegetarian version just omit the bacon and chicken stock and use vegetable […]