As the end of the year is drawing near (it’s only five weeks to Christmas), it’s a good time to reflect on wise and evergreen advice – eating tips that don’t change with every new trend and foodie fashion. This month's newsletter covers these plus much more!
November's newsletter is packed with useful info
In addition to the evergreen nutrition advice I share my three best festive tips; give you the low-down on some of my favourite herbs; and give you some of my top tips for staying healthy. So take a look and remember, while you can read it on the web, why not subscribe here and have it delivered to your Inbox on the last Tuesday of every month?
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Catherine Saxelby knows nutrition! She is an accredited nutritionist, food commentator, blogger and award-winning author. Her latest book Catherine Saxelby's Food and Nutrition Companion answers all those tricky questions on healthy eating, diets and supplements. It draws together a lifetime of advice and gives you all you need to know to eat right! It's a complete A to Z. A handy desk go-to reference.
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Hi. I’m an accredited nutritionist, blogger and award-winning author. I can help you make sense of all those crazy diets and weird super foods.
My aim is to help busy women eat well so they can attain and maintain a healthy weight while having heaps of energy.
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