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So far Sian Riley has created 14 blog entries.

Red Pepper Nutrition turns 5 years old!

2020-11-27T14:56:21+00:00November 26th, 2020|News|

2020 - Red Pepper Nutrition celebrates 5 years! At the start of 2020, the idea to present a monthly hamper to a small business that has supported Red Pepper Nutrition seemed to be a good one. What could possibly stop us saying a huge “thank you” to colleagues for their support and encouragement? Well [...]

Guest blog – Brain health & omega 3

2020-10-30T09:50:15+00:00October 23rd, 2020|Nutrition|

‘Charlie’, a teenager from Blackpool, had a head injury as a child. She has continued her studies and is looking into careers in sports and nutrition. To provide some work experience and to give some insight into the wonderful world of writing, I asked ‘Charlie’ to write a blog post for Red Pepper Nutrition. [...]

Headway Wyre & Fylde Newletter

2020-10-30T09:50:26+00:00September 25th, 2020|News|

Red Pepper Nutrition has supported local Headway groups over the years by holding nutrition workshops and meeting their support group members. We have written this article for their Headway Wyre & Fylde newsletter to continue to spread the message of the importance of nutrition in brain injury rehabilitation. Brain injury support charities such as Headway [...]

Case Study Part Two – The Health Benefits of 5-10% Weight Loss

2020-08-25T09:41:00+01:00August 25th, 2020|Nutrition, Rehabilitation|

Part one of Sarah’s case study discussed the significant improvements to Sarah’s diet, nutrition and health with dietitian support and eHealth communication. In addition to these lifestyle changes, a 24% weight loss over 3 years was achieved and maintained by Sarah. Weight is often used to measure health changes as it’s convenient, accessible and [...]

Vitamin D and Covid-19

2020-05-22T16:53:43+01:00May 5th, 2020|News|

Over the last few weeks there have been reports, news articles and interviews claiming various nutritional cures for Covid-19. No one, single nutrient has been found to cure or prevent Covid-19, however some interesting research is emerging to suggest the importance of nutrition in Covid-19. This news article focuses specifically on some of the [...]