- Eating Well for Menopause
- Eating Well for Menopause – the online course
- Course for health professionals: Eating Well for Menopause
- Recipes for Recovery: Making life a bit easier when living with cancer
- Eating Well on a Budget
- Soya & Phytoestrogens – What, Why and How Much
Eating Well for Menopause
‘Eating Well for Menopause’ is a book to help women navigate the myths and truths of eating well through menopause.
It summarises the biology of menopause, its symptoms and effects on women’s bodies. The book explores how changes in diet can support you through the menopause, with a selection of tasty, simple recipes to help.
The authors are Dr Laura Wyness and Lynn Burns, two Registered Nutritionists with the Association for Nutrition.
A digital PDF of the book is available to buy in either pounds or euros.
Eating Well for Menopause – online course
With over 3 hours of content that can be completed at your own pace over the course of a year, this online course expands on the content of the Eating Well for Menopause booklet.
With videos, surveys, resources to download and recipes, Lynn and Laura talk you through many aspects of menopause, how diet can help to manage symptoms and improve health as well as busting a few myths along the way.
It is not intended to replace one to one conversations with health professionals nor is it a suggestion to replace HRT with lifestyle change – simply a range of things to add to the toolkit to help you navigate living healthily through menopause and beyond.
Full price £120, introductory offer £95
Online Course for Health Professionals
A mixture of slide presentations with audio and downloadable resources and recipes, this course aims to give a background to menopause and how nutrition can have a positive effect on women’s health and well being through menopause. It also raises awareness of healthy living post menopause.
The course is endorsed CPD for AfN registered nutritionists. Current price is £25, this is an introductory offer.
Soya & Phytoestrogens
Phytoestrogens are plant compounds that have weak oestrogenic effects in the body and can have a number of benefits on health and well being. The richest source of these is in soya products but this is a food many people are not so familiar with.
We have put this book together to explain the health benefits of soya products and how to include them in your menu. It’s full of information and practical advice along with a selection of simple, nutritious recipes and links to great resources.
This book answers the big questions… What are phytoestrogens? Are they healthy and safe? And, maybe the biggest question of all, how do you cook tofu?
Eat Well Handbook: Planning for health, pocket and planet
The Eat Well Handbook is aimed at anyone who wants to plan eating better whilst keeping an eye on health, money and the planet.
There is often a lot of conflict when trying to eat well in a sustainable way without sacrificing quality or spending a lot of extra money. This booklet intends to give easy tips to help save money on food and be sustainable yet still eat nutritious and tasty meals. It also highlights how eating sustainably does not need to carry a price premium, take a lot more time or be less convenient.
This is supported by recipes that are nutritious and cheap, help to reduce food waste and make use of canned or frozen products which can be cheaper and waste less.
RECIPES FOR RECOVERY:
Making life a little easier living with cancer
Many cancer patients have no specific dietary needs and are advised to eat a healthy, balanced diet but cancer treatment can make that simple advice hard. Appetite and taste preferences can change and some days, particularly soon after treatment, fatigue and feeling unwell can make eating a challenge.
We wanted to help make things a bit easier for individuals going through cancer and support their families . This booklet contains some useful dietary tips and a selection of nutritious dinners, mini-meals, snacks and drinks to help make eating well easier in spite of the challenges cancer throws their way.
This was written to raise funds for Maggie’s Centres who support cancer patients and their families. Please make a donation and then download a copy direct to your inbox.