Yearly Archives: 2014

Aug 2014:
Sports Nutrition


4 Aug 2014 at 8-9pm

  1. Can diet & protein shakes help to build muscle?
  2. Rehydrating – Which is better water or sports drinks?
  3. Any recommended sports nutrition resources …e.g. websites, blogs, books?
  4. What are the optimum post training or competition recovery foods?
  5. Are there any important vitamins and minerals to consider in sport nutrition?

Read what we discussed here: Sports Nutrition

July 2014:
Adult Food Allergies


7 July 2014 at 8-9pm

  1. What is the difference between an allergy and intolerance?
  2. What are the most common allergies in adults and can you develop more food allergies over time?
  3. What is Oral Allergy Syndrome and it is an allergy?
  4. Is there any relationship between IBS and food allergy?
  5. Any tips for recognising and managing adult allergies?

Read what we discussed here: Adult Food Allergies

June 2014:
Dietitians Week Twitter Chats


Meat Free Monday – 9 June 2014 at 1-2pm

  1. Meat Free Monday – another fad or carries some weight?
  2. What are the health benefits of a weekly Meat Free Day ?
  3. Plant based diets needn’t be boring – what are your favourite foods to include?
  4. Plant proteins still pack a mighty punch what nutrition do they offer us?
  5. How can we spice up Meat Free Days? Any foodie recipes, websites or blogs that promote meat free days?

Read what we discussed here: Meat Free Monday

The Fat Debate – 10 June 2014 at 8-9pm

  1. In the light of recent research, should we change the way we look at saturated fats?
  2. What’s the deal with coconut oil?
  3. Is butter better or worse than spreads?
  4. What are your best tips for getting the fat balance right
  5. What can manufacturers and fast food outlets do to help us get fat-smart?

Read what we discussed here: The Fat Debate

Nutrition Secrets From Nutrition Experts – 12 June 2014 8-9pm

  1. Nutrition is a fascinating science, any weird & wonderful nutrition facts?
  2. As a dietitian what is the top tip you share?
  3. What changes have you have made to your own diet since becoming a dietitian?
  4. What is the most common question you are asked as a dietitian and what’s the answer?
  5. Which nutrition tip has the largest impact on health?

Read what we discussed here: Nutrition Secrets