The last piece of the Puzzle – My Experience with Newbigin Nutrition & Coaching

I've considered myself an 'athlete' since I started my journey into Roller Derby, and have at various stages dabbled with Nutrition to attempt to improve my performance, but I am not a nutritionist - I can be a keyboard scientist all I like but the internet is literally a bottomless pit of fad's, crap advice … Continue reading The last piece of the Puzzle – My Experience with Newbigin Nutrition & Coaching

My Journey with Whole-30 – rebalancing my digestive system

We’re in quarantine. So I figure a fuel/body check using a well known tool is probably a good choice. We’re likely to be in quarantine measures long enough for me to a) not kill someone with the mood swings I’ll no doubt suffer from by eliminating certain foods for a while and b) it’ll give … Continue reading My Journey with Whole-30 – rebalancing my digestive system

Coeliac Awareness: 5 things I wish I’d known

I've been diagnosed coeliac for a few years now, so in honor of that (and coeliac awareness week), I figured it was an ideal time to share the 5 things I wish I was told in the first weeks of my diagnosis 1. Join coeliac UK If there is one thing I'd recommend to ANY … Continue reading Coeliac Awareness: 5 things I wish I’d known

Food is: Fuel

Pinterest, I don’t know about your feed, but mine is FULL of pins about this new ‘healthy’ food, or this ‘syn free’ meal, or things that are labelled as ‘good’ or ‘bad’ foods - or my top annoyance the word DIET. Can we all just take a second to look up diet in the dictionary, … Continue reading Food is: Fuel

Living with PCOS – Guest Blog

Autoimmune Conditions (like coeliac) are becoming more prevalent in our modern society, but diagnosis and treatment for some are still inconsistent, or lack research commitments. This needs to change, and to do that we need to increase awareness. September is PCOS awareness month - In the UK currently (according to the NHS) it is suspected … Continue reading Living with PCOS – Guest Blog