This is a recipe that I first made when on holiday this year in Sicily. Inspired by all of the fresh veg and Italian cuisine I made this simple, yet full of flavour, fettuccine dish. Recipe (serves 2): 2 garlic cloves, finely chopped 1 red chili, chopped 4-5 anchovies, chopped Handful of parsley Butter Fresh pasta … Continue reading Five minute fettuccine
This article is more clinically focused - it's my summary of the evidence surrounding the recognition and treatment of refeeding syndrome, and how we as healthcare professionals go about treating this condition. It has been published as the Hot Topic in BAPEN's August edition of their online magazine In Touch. As clinicians it's always good … Continue reading Refeeding Syndrome – An Overview
There’s something special about Sicily. Whether it’s the rich and diverse history that makes it a little bit quirky, I don’t know, but one thing is for certain; I have to go again. What’s most mesmerising about this not -so -small Island (you really do need to hire a car to get around) is the … Continue reading Anchovies won’t bite!
As Dietitians Week comes to a close I wanted to share with you all a reason why I love doing what I do...being a dietitian. But what would be even better is if I shared the thoughts of other dietitians too. Some of you may be unsure what a dietitian actually does day to day. … Continue reading 10 Reasons to be a Dietitian
Hello! So, recently I had the opportunity to write a few words for Boots WedMD on what foods are good for your heart health. To read the article click here. There are so many things that you could write about so it was hard to just stick to a few! As well as eating right, one … Continue reading Heart Healthy Foods