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Soya and Cancer – what’s the deal?

What is Soya? Soya beans and products have become a hot topic recently in the rise of more plant based diets, and in particular the link between soya and cancer. Soya beans are are a popular, and cheap legume, native to East Asia. Soya contains a good amount of...

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“Beach Body Ready” – How I get my clients there

It’s the time of year when people start considering how they will get ‘beach body ready’. Perhaps even wishing they had continued with their January detox diet that they did so well on for a week or two. What is beach body ready? When we think about the perfect ‘beach...

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Periods and food cravings… is there any science?

Do you wonder whether this is a link between periods and food cravings? Wondering whether this is all just in your head, you are using it as an excuse, or it's actually a thing? Let's #StripTheNonsense on whether your period actually means you need to eat more, and...

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Chia seeds – what’s all the craze?

Chia seeds are tiny little black seeds, packed with fibre (important for our gut health), omega-3 fats (good for our heart), and a small amount of protein. The combination of fat, protein and fibre can mean the seeds are digested slowly, providing a long and slow...

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From Olympic athlete to city worker

Nutrition advice for busy people From Olympic athlete to city worker, Nicola Groves, shares some useful nutrition advice for busy people. Through both my advice, and her own experiences, she has adapted successfully. Nicola recently retired from Olympic Sailing after...

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Chia Seed & Vanilla Bircher

After receiving a tasty bunch of gifts from Creative Nature, I decided to create put together simple and tasty breakfast and share it with you. Birchers are brilliant for when you are busy, as you can make them the day before (or even two), and pop it in the fridge,...

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Spicy Scrambled Tofu Recipe, with Sourdough & Hummus

A brilliant quick way to encorperate more plant based proteins, in your diet in the form of Tofu. I love this tofu recipe for brunch, however it is suitable for breakfast, lunch or even dinner!! INGREDIENTS (serves 1) 200g firm tofu, mashed with a fork A splash of...

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About Me

I am on a mission to end nutrition nonsense, so you can receive the information and support you deserve. As a Registered Dietitian, with a Masters in Clinical Research, I am passionate about taking the most up-to-date evidence-based nutrition information and empowering you to make changes to your health and lifestyle for good.

I hope you enjoy reading and learning from my blog posts. If you have any requests or questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at katherine@nudenutritionrd.com

Featured Blog Posts

Soya and Cancer – what’s the deal?

Soya and Cancer – what’s the deal?

What is Soya? Soya beans and products have become a hot topic recently in the rise of more plant based diets, and in particular the link between soya and cancer. Soya beans are are a popular, and cheap legume, native to East Asia. Soya contains a good amount of...

“Beach Body Ready” – How I get my clients there

“Beach Body Ready” – How I get my clients there

It’s the time of year when people start considering how they will get ‘beach body ready’. Perhaps even wishing they had continued with their January detox diet that they did so well on for a week or two. What is beach body ready? When we think about the perfect ‘beach...

Periods and food cravings… is there any science?

Periods and food cravings… is there any science?

Do you wonder whether this is a link between periods and food cravings? Wondering whether this is all just in your head, you are using it as an excuse, or it's actually a thing? Let's #StripTheNonsense on whether your period actually means you need to eat more, and...

Chia seeds – what’s all the craze?

Chia seeds – what’s all the craze?

Chia seeds are tiny little black seeds, packed with fibre (important for our gut health), omega-3 fats (good for our heart), and a small amount of protein. The combination of fat, protein and fibre can mean the seeds are digested slowly, providing a long and slow...