How much do nutritionists charge? How to choose a nutritionist?
Babies start to have solid foods around 6 months. It is important that babies get introduced to a range of tastes and textures but there are some foods to avoid. If you have allergies, there may be some other foods to avoid but speak to your health visitor or GP for specific advice. Added salt… Continue reading Foods to avoid at 6 months
There is lots of information about lunch boxes out there. Much of it is very expensive and takes masses of time to produce. In our house, I organise the food and cook the evening meal, but it is my husband who makes the 2 packed lunches. At 6.30 in the morning, he has about 15… Continue reading Lunchboxes
I love the school holidays. The lack of school run and constant clock watching. The time with my children at their best times of day, not just when they are tired and hungry. No matter how creative you are, school holidays can be expensive though; with trips and activities adding up, not to mention the… Continue reading Feeding children over the summer break
In work poverty is real. What can your company do to reduce the burden on your staff.
In a recent network meeting sustainability in business was discussed. Most of the focus was on climate action but it led me to think about how Porter Nutrition is working towards the UN Sustainable Development Goals (see picture below) https://www.un.org/sustainabledevelopment/sustainable-development-goals/ As a small business I commit to do my part in the following goals 1.… Continue reading Sustainability – what it means to this business
Fruit and vegetables: Achieving 5 a day can be a challenge on a budget but for most people it is possible. Here are some tips on how to eat your 5 portions on a budget alongside quality proteins, dairy and starchy carbohydrate.