Healthy Food Blog

In the healthy food blog Jenny will share information about what is happening in the nutrition industry; and tips to help you prepare easy, healthy meals and nutritious snacks for all.  The blogs have been divided into categories below for ease of use – Happy Cooking!

Free From Food Awards 2017

By Jenny Tschiesche | 30th January 2017

If one of your family has a food allergy or food intolerance you may already be aware of the Free From Food Awards. This fantastic awards…

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5 ways to boost a smoothie

By Jenny Tschiesche | 21st November 2016

Smoothies are such a simple and useful way to help your children reach their daily intake of fruit and vegetable targets. As an aside I…

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A 6 Step Plan to Healthier Teenagers

By Jenny Tschiesche | 7th November 2016

Does anyone else find it odd that we focus so heavily on diet pre-conception, during baby’s development and certainly during weaning and then childhood BUT…

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What To Feed A Teenage Athlete? An interview with Seb and Ann Garry (GB Triathlete and his Nutritionist Mum)

By Jenny Tschiesche | 14th October 2016

As many of you know I have the privilege of running nutrition workshops for those athletes who are generally at the top of their sport…

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Healthier Convenience Foods

By Jenny Tschiesche | 30th September 2016

As time-poor parents we often want suitable quick wins. We want pre-packaged food that isn’t highly processed and that may actually provide some nutritional value.…

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How To Bake Healthy But Tasty Cakes!

By Jenny Tschiesche | 30th September 2016

I’ve noticed lately, especially during this season when so many cookery programmes are on our screens, not least #GBBO that the children suddenly get an…

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Happy Tummies Means Happy Eaters

By Jenny Tschiesche | 15th September 2016

Probiotics and Fussy Eating? Is your child a fussy or picky eater? Have you ever thought about how his or her gut bacteria may be…

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How To Calculate Added Sugars?

By Jenny Tschiesche | 12th September 2016

It’s not easy to try and work out how much sugar has been added* to your children’s favourite food.  Some say it is not even…

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