Jess English
Brighton based Registered Dietitian Nutritionist.
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Author: Jess English

I’ve been asked a few questions about fruit sugar recently - lots of people seem to be shunning the fruit bowl, swapping out their bananas and becoming befuddled by berries. The new 'Sugar Tax' and the rise of ‘sugar-free’ challenges has meant more people than...

I get asked this a lot. [blockquote text="So, you don’t do diets. What do you do then?" text_color="#213d06" width="" line_height="undefined" background_color="" border_color="" show_quote_icon="yes" quote_icon_color=""]   Me personally When I say non-diet, I simply mean that I don’t promote any form of unnecessary dietary restriction. So that’s along the...

One of the most common things my clients describe is feeling out of touch with their hunger and fullness signals. As I mentioned in my last blog post, we eat for a gajillion different reasons. Today, in the western world, we're pretty lucky to be...

In a previous blog, I outlined ‘why diets don’t work’, checking out diet culture and how to start sticking a big ol’ middle finger up at it. Today I want to take a look at the food police, the rules we’ve all absorbed around food...