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Jodie Hicks

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Diabulemia: The unknown eating disorder

By On March 20, 2017

Type 1 diabetes whilst a manageable condition, is in fact a very serious and life threatening conditioning which is often misunderstood. It’s about more than just eating well. In reality, you need to… Read More

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Perspectives

To snack or not to snack?

By On February 13, 2017

You may have noticed in my previous articles here and here, they appear to paint snacking in a negative light, snacking leads to weight gain BUT is that really true? 3 or… Read More

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Food cravings, a need or want?

By On January 2, 2017

Food cravings – we’ve all been there. It’s late in the afternoon and you have that overwhelming desire to eat that nutella-filled donut and before you know it, you’re dreaming about biting… Read More

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Nutrition News

Sleeping less and gaining weight – is there a link?

By On August 10, 2016

Who hasn’t been sleep deprived at some point or another? Definitely as students I’m fairly certain we can all say there have been periods of time that you have stayed up late… Read More

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Nutrition News

Gut microbiota and mood disorders

By On June 27, 2016

You know that feeling you get – you might be really stressed or nervous about a job interview or final exam and you had “butterflies” in your tummy? This is actually our brain talking to… Read More