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A Healthy Breakfast – The Best Start to Your Day (BDA)

British Dietetic Association

'Breakfast' literally means 'breaking the fast'. Breakfast helps top up your energy stores used up during the overnight fast. It also gives you energy for the morning activities. Breakfast is said to be the most important meal of the day, yet 10 - 33...

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After a Myocardial Infarction

Patient UK

This leaflet discusses the common advice that applies to most people who have had a myocardial infarction (heart attack). It mainly discusses ways to reduce the risk of having another myocardial infarction (MI) or developing further heart problems.

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Basics - A healthy weight

NAM - Aidsmap

A balanced diet and regular exercise will help you reach and maintain a healthy weight.

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Bump to baby

Dairy UK

A short guide to eating well during pregnancy and breastfeeding

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Class Kids

Dairy UK

Kids grow up fast and need to eat nutritious foods that provide energy, vitamins and minerals to support their growth and development. This booklet will explain how you can support those needs. We will explain why it is important for children to keep...

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Dairy and Body Weight

Dairy UK

Get the facts on dairy and body weight.

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Dairy Recipe Cards

Dairy UK

Six recipe cards of simple nutritious meals that can be prepared on a budget.

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Diabetes - Gestational diabetes dietary advice

Nutrition and Dietetic Department, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Trust

This dietary advice sheet gives some general information to help you make the recommended changes to your diet. We recommend that you are also referred to a registered dietitian to discuss these dietary changes in more detail.

English - Online Resource

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Diet and Cancer Watch online

Macmillan Cancer Support

A Macmillan dietitian explains the role of diet and offers tips for healthy eating.

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Eat, drink and be healthy at Christmas (BDA)

British Dietetic Association

At Christmas we're always surrounded by lots of lovely food and drink. Whilst there is no reason to feel guilty about enjoying yourself, it's worth remembering that, on average, people gain about 5lbs (2kg) over Christmas.

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Eating well - keeping food fun and good for your heart

British Heart Foundation

A good diet, in combination with being physically active, is an important part of staying healthy and making sure that children grow well. Working on eating healthily as a family is a great challenge, and this booklet will give you all the informati...

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Eating Well and Staying Fit 1: Being Overweight

Fair (Family Advice and Information Resource)

Booklet explains about the health risks of obesity, and gives tips on losing weight.

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Eating Well and Staying Fit 2: Choosing What You Eat and Drink

Fair (Family Advice and Information Resource)

Information about making healthy food and drink choices.

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Eating Well and Staying Fit 3: Planning Your Meals

Fair (Family Advice and Information Resource)

Booklet helps people with learning disabilities make healthy choices about what they eat, and has tips on shopping.

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Eating Well and Staying Fit 4: Staying Fit and Healthy

Fair (Family Advice and Information Resource)

Information and tips on exercise and fitness for people with learning disabilities.

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Fluid - why you need it and how to get enough (BDA)

British Dietetic Association

Fluid is essential for life. Each of us is made up of more than half water and if we don't replenish our supplies we would survive for no more than a few days. We need fluid to get rid of waste products from the body and to replace losses from breath...

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Food... fun, healthy and safe

Beyond Words

This book shows how choosing, cooking and eating food can be fun as well as healthy and safe for people with learning difficulties. It tells the story of Matt and Lynne who want to learn how to prepare food for their friends. They are helped with sho...

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Food... fun, healthy and safe

Beyond Words

e-book version This book shows how choosing, cooking and eating food can be fun as well as healthy and safe for people with learning difficulties. It tells the story of Matt and Lynne who want to learn how to prepare food for their fr...

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Fruit and Vegetables – Enjoy your 5 a day! (BDA)

British Dietetic Association

Eating more fruit and vegetables could significantly reduce the risk of many chronic diseases, including, high blood pressure, obesity, cardiovascular disease and some cancers.

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Fruit and Vegetables - Ways to eat "5-a-Day"

Nutrition and Dietetic Department, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Trust

This dietary advice sheet gives some general information to help you eat more fruit and vegetables. If you need more detailed advice or if you are following a special diet that makes it difficult to make these changes, please ask your doctor to refer...

English - Online Resource

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Further food facts and bone – beyond calcium and vitamin D

National Osteoporosis Society

Most people know that calcium and vitamin D are essential for our bones, but these alone cannot keep them healthy and strong. Other nutrients are also needed. A healthy, mixed and well-balanced diet contains the variety of minerals and vitamins, prot...

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Guide to having a healthy heart

Fair (Family Advice and Information Resource)

Information about how the heart works and tips on keeping it healthy. Includes information about smoking, eating, alcohol, exercise and stress.

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Health and wellbeing

Norfolk's Living Well

Find out ways to enjoy a healthier lifestyle.

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Healthy Eating - How to eat less salt

Nutrition and Dietetic Department, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Trust

Your doctor, dietitian or health professional has recommended that you follow a reduced salt diet. By eating less salt, it may be possible to reduce your blood pressure. This leaflet gives information on how to do this.

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Healthy eating - your guide to eating well

Age UK (formerly Age Concern and Help The Aged)

It’s never too late to think about adopting a healthier lifestyle. That doesn’t mean you suddenly have to change your diet and start spending every day at the gym. Just a few small changes can make a big difference – helping you to feel better, have ...

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Healthy eating (Bariatric surgery)

the NHS website

This website contains articles related to the healthy eating and general information about food.

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Healthy eating and cancer

Macmillan Cancer Support

This booklet has been written for people living with or after cancer, who want to know more about a healthy diet. It explains why diet is important, and has tips on how to eat well and maintain a healthy body weight. It aims to help you think about w...

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Healthy eating for 6 - 12 year olds

Nutrition and Dietetic Department, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Trust

Children require regular meals and snacks to give them the energy and nutrients they need to grow and fight off illness. Eating family meals together will encourage them to enjoy a variety of foods. This dietary advice sheet gives some general inform...

English - Online Resource

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Healthy eating for teenagers

Nutrition and Dietetic Department, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Trust

Teenagers require regular meals and snacks to give them the energy and nutrients they need to grow and fulfil their active lifestyles. Eating family meals together is often becoming quite difficult due to after school activities, clubs and going out ...

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Healthy eating for under 5's

Nutrition and Dietetic Department, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Trust

Children require regular meals and snacks to give them the energy and nutrients they need to grow and fight off illness. Eating family meals together will encourage them to enjoy a variety of foods. Snacking all day in place of meals, usually results...

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Healthy eating with Diabetes

Diabetes UK

Being diagnosed with diabetes means that you should be able to continue enjoying a wide variety of foods as part of a healthy diet. At first it can appear a challenge but the food choices you make and your eating habits are important in helping you t...

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Healthy Lunchboxes

Nutrition and Dietetic Department, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Trust

This dietary advice sheet gives some general information to help you make healthy choices for your lunchbox. With a little imagination... packed lunches can be healthy and fun! Include a drink and something from the four main food groups shown in the...

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Healthy Packed Lunches (BDA)

British Dietetic Association

Packed lunches don't have to be boring. With a little thought and imagination they can be fun, healthy and tasty too. Just include something from each of the four main food groups, put in a drink and away you go!

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Heart Health - Cholesterol Lowering - Healthy Weight

Nutrition and Dietetic Department, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Trust

This dietary advice sheet gives some general information to help you make the recommended changes to your diet. If you need more detailed advice or if you are following a special diet that makes it difficult to make these changes, please ask your doc...

English - Online Resource

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Heart Health - Cholesterol Lowering - Weight Reducing

Nutrition and Dietetic Department, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Trust

This dietary advice sheet gives some general information to help you make the recommended changes to your diet. If you need more detailed advice or if you are following a special diet that makes it difficult to make these changes, please ask your doc...

English - Online Resource

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Heart Health - Eating for a Healthy Heart

Nutrition and Dietetic Department, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Trust

Coronary Heart Disease (CHD) results from hardening and narrowing of the arteries. Fatty deposits can build up and block the blood vessels, which can deprive the heart of oxygen. Partial blockage results in angina and complete blockage can cause a he...

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IBS - Introduction to Low FODMAPs

Nutrition and Dietetic Department, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Trust

A low FODMAP* diet is a new form of treatment, which restricts the dietary intake of fermentable carbohydrates and has been found to help adults with symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).

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IBS - Symptoms Control

Nutrition and Dietetic Department, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Trust

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a term used to describe a variety of gut symptoms. It can also be referred to as a functional bowel disorder (FBD). This dietary advice sheet gives some general information to help you change your diet. I...

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Iron Content of Foods - Children

Nutrition and Dietetic Department, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Trust

Iron is a mineral needed to make haemoglobin, the red pigment in blood which carries oxygen around the body. Babies and children need to eat enough iron to grow properly. A lack of iron can cause children to become pale, tired, lacking in energy and ...

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Itchy anus

the NHS website

You can often do simple things yourself to ease an itchy bottom (anus). See a GP if the itching doesn't stop. How to ease an itchy bottom yourself Do gently wash and dry your anus after pooing and before bed wear loose-fitting cotton underwear ...

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Kidney Disease - Controlling Your Phosphate with Diabetes

Nutrition and Dietetic Department, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Trust

If your phosphate level is high you may need to reduce the amount of phosphate in your diet. You may also be prescribed tablets called phosphate binders to further help control this level, which should be taken as advised. Please contact a dietitian ...

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Kidney Disease - Fluid control on Dialysis

Nutrition and Dietetic Department, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Trust

Fluid control is important for maintaining your health when you have kidney disease. If you drink too much excess fluid accumulates in your body. This can increase your blood pressure, make you feel breathless, cause swollen ankles and can damage you...

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Kidney Disease - Phosphate in Processed Food

Nutrition and Dietetic Department, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Trust

Phosphate is commonly used as a preservative or stabiliser in food. Added phosphates can provide a major source of phosphate in your diet. Often these foods are less nutritionally important in the diet than protein-rich high phosphate foods such as...

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Looking after my heart

Beyond Words

e-book version Looking After My Heart is about Jane, who smokes, drinks alcohol and likes party food. We first see her celebrating her 25th birthday with her family and friends. Several years later her father dies of a heart attack. W...

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Looking after my heart

Beyond Words

Looking After My Heart is about Jane, who smokes, drinks alcohol and likes party food. We first see her celebrating her 25th birthday with her family and friends. Several years later her father dies of a heart attack. When Jane starts to have chest p...

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Nutrition Support - Fortifying and Enriching Foods

Nutrition and Dietetic Department, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Trust

Meals and snacks can be made more nutritious, without increasing the quantity, by fortifying or enriching them. This is done by adding foods high in calories and/or protein. Every mouthful should be as nutritious as possible.

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Nutrition Support – Ideas to help you maintain or gain weight if you have Diabetes

Nutrition and Dietetic Department, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Trust

This dietary advice sheet gives some general information to help you make the recommended changes to your diet. If you need more detailed advice or if you are following a special diet that makes it difficult to make these changes, please ask your doc...

English - Online Resource

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Nutrition Support – Shopping List for High Calorie Snacks

Nutrition and Dietetic Department, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Trust

This dietary advice sheet gives some general information to help you make the recommended changes to your diet. If you need more detailed advice, or if you are following a special diet that makes it difficult to make these changes, please ask your do...

English - Online Resource

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Osteoporosis (BDA)

British Dietetic Association

Osteoporosis means 'porous bone'. Bones become thin and their strength is reduced, making them more likely to break. Thinning bone can also cause chronic bone pain in later years - particularly back pain.

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Personal Health Budgets

Muscular Dystrophy UK

A Personal Health Budget (PHB) is a form of financial support that is made available to people with an identified ‘primary health need’ requiring ongoing support and care. A primary health need means that the majority of your care will focus on addre...

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Recipes from Macmillan Cancer Support

Macmillan Cancer Support

From scrumptious soups to mouth-watering mains and delicious desserts, our brilliantly redesigned booklet Recipes for people affected by cancer is packed full of meal ideas that are suitable for people living with cancer.

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Saturated Fat made simple

British Heart Foundation

Eating a diet that is high in saturated fat can raise the level of cholesterol in your blood. In the UK we are, on average eating more saturated fat than is recommended. This booklet offers simple ways in which people can change the types of food the...

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Social Care and Support Guide - How to feed someone you care for

the NHS website

If you're a carer, try to make sure the person you care for eats and drinks well. Eating a limited diet or not getting enough food can lead to malnutrition.

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Soya and health (BDA)

British Dietetic Association

The soya bean, (a member of the pea family) provides a source of good fats - the polyunsaturated fats, especially linoleic (omega-6) and alpha-linolenic acid (omega-3). It is low in saturated fat, the type that we all need to reduce. In the UK, one p...

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Start 4 Life

Department of Health

By introducing healthy habits right from birth, you can give your baby the building blocks for a healthier and happier future. Whether you’re pregnant or a new parent, you’ll know what a confusing time it can be! Start4Life is here to provide ...

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Symptom Control - Migraine

Nutrition and Dietetic Department, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Trust

Migraine is a complicated condition with many different symptoms. Common symptoms are a headache and upset tummy. 1) Common migraine (without loss of balance, double vision and fainting). 2) Classical migraine (with loss of balance, do...

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Symptom Control - Reactive Hypoglycaemia

Nutrition and Dietetic Department, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Trust

The term "Reactive hypoglycaemia" is used to describe episodes of low blood glucose levels which typically occur 2 - 4 hours after a meal. It is thought that this is triggered by the over-production of insulin following a meal with a high carbohydrat...

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Ten top tips for a healthy weight

Cancer Research UK

Ten Top Tips is about forming healthy habits to help manage weight. This leaflet outlines ten simple weight loss tips that have been based on scientific evidence and will help you to take in fewer calories and burn more energy through activity. It ...

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The Nutritional Composition of Dairy Products

Dairy UK

Provides detailed nutritional information on a variety of dairy foods.

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Weight loss guide

the NHS website

A practical guide to weight loss including the NHS weight loss plan, and many useful features such as: BMI calculator and weight loss targets Calorie checker for types of food and drink Calorie counter Email support Discussi...

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Weight Wise (Website)

British Dietetic Association

The Weightwise website has been developed for, and is managed by, the British Dietetic Association (BDA), the organisation that represents registered dietitians in the UK. It is an independent site, with unbiased, easy-to-follow hints ...

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