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‘I don’t have an eating disorder, but I am unhappy with my eating habits’. Do you feel your relationship with food needs improving? Has healthy eating gone too far? Do your food habits affect your ability to fully engage with life?

Maybe you are restricting or controlling your eating and feel that sometimes it controls you, or bingeing and dieting, or simply eat very little. We can help you to gain insight into your eating behaviour and understand why you have ended up in this situation.

We can support you to take control and to build a healthier relationship with food.

Do you have some questions about how food fits into your life now you have a medical condition? We can offer a range of treatments in many areas of clinical nutrition including:

  bullet Allergies and intolerances
  bullet Cardiovascular disease
  bullet Diabetes
  bullet Eating difficulties
  bullet Gasteroenterology (Coeliac / IBS / IBD)
  bullet Mental health
  bullet PCOS
  bullet Sports nutrition
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Being moderately overweight is Healthier than being underweight


This 12 year study of BMI and mortality in 11,326 adult Canadians showed increased risk of mortality in the thin (BMI <18.5) and 'obese' (BMI >35). However, there was a decreased risk of death for the overweight (BMI 25 to <30). Researchers stated, "Our results are similar to those from other recent studies, overweight appears to be protective against mortality." – www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19543206.

This is supported by a BMI and mortality study in 26,747 Japanese studied for 11 years. The underweight group had higher risk of mortality. Even the lower normal-range group showed an elevated risk. In contrast, being overweight (BMI 25.0-29.9) did not elevate risk – http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19543208.



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