Amelia Freer is a qualified Nutritional Therapist based in London. I am a real foodie and absolutely encourage the enjoyment of food along with keeping my nutrition guidance realistic, practical and achievable – always with the goal of improved health. Follow this blog for nutrition articles and advice.
A couple of weeks ago, I met the absolutely delightful Margie Nomura and her bestie, Digby, the most handsome sausage dog, to be interviewed for my absolute favourite podcast Desert Island Dishes. The podcast is a true breath of fresh air and my go-to podcast when I need to cheer myself up, escape for
I was especially fortunate to be invited to record a podcast with the truly wonderful Zoe Blaskey from Motherkind. We discuss: – My difficult journey to becoming pregnant with my daughter – My approach to nutrition and diet, and how I came to it. I shares my relationship with food and how going to see
For background info, please refer to Gut Health, Part 1: Why we should focus on the health of our gut this January and NOT our weight. Also, see Gut Health, Part 3: How to nourish your gut. In the second part of this gut health series, we are going to look at the role of
For background info, please refer to Gut Health, Part 1: Why we should focus on the health of our gut this January and NOT our weight, and Gut Health, Part 2: Probiotics and Prebiotics. The suggestions below are not intended to replace any medical or nutritional opinion. Simple…. …or not! I do always encourage that you work with a qualified professional
Please also refer to Gut Health, Part 2: Probiotics and Prebiotics & Gut Health, Part 3: How to nourish your gut This topic is a real interest of mine. I often see clients who are struggling with all sorts of problems – ranging from skin disorders to obesity – which may stem from poor gut health, yet they
This is a lovely wintery nut roast that is wonderful for a Sunday lunch alternative to the meat roast or just a delicious meal to share with friends. The great thing about it is that you can prepare it all in advance and just pop it in the oven one hour before serving. This is definitely my kind of cooking for a crowd. If there
With Christmas soon upon us and the swing of festive parties and celebrations underway, champagne corks will be a-popping and cocktail shakers to the ready. I, like many, really do love a glass or two, especially at times of celebration, but I’m so often asked for guidance about how much is too much? There is a general consensus