Simple, homemade recipes that taste great and are packed with nutrients.
Beetroot is a great source of fibre, folate, vitamin C, iron and potassium. It is also high in phytonutrients called betalains, which make the bright red colour and have been shown to provide antiooxidant, anti-inflammatory and detoxification support. This recipe also contains red onion, garlic and ginger which are prebiotics to support your gut bacteria, … Read More
We hear a LOT nowadays about the Type 2 Diabetes epidemic and the cost to the NHS but do you really know how this applies to you?
In our quest for long-term optimum health, it’s easy to get caught up in the craze for the latest ‘super-food’ and neglect the really simple foods that our parents and grandparents ate, that can have profound health benefits for our bodies. Here are 3 common foods which can be combined into one simple recipe for … Read More
These rich little chocolate bites went down a storm at my launch last night. As well las being gluten and dairy free, the cocoa is a good source of magnesium and the nuts and seeds provide beneficial fats, protein and a range of mineral. Here is the recipe that I promised to post: Makes 12 … Read More
To celebrate the launch of Jo Bridger Nutrition I’ll be holding a launch reception on Thursday 11th October in the centre of Bath.
You may have heard people complaining about their hormones, or blaming their actions on their hormones. But is this really fair? Find out more about hormones and which ones may be responsible for your symptoms.
We’ve all heard the government guidelines to ‘eat your 5-a-day’ but recent research has shown that the figure should be significantly higher. Here are eight reasons to increase your intake.
I’ve not always been a Nutritional Therapist. I studied maths at university and ended up running the marketing for an IT company. And although I loved doing that, helping people improve their health through nutrition is my real passion. Find out how I got to this point.