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2017 Show Highlights

Healthy Kitchen

Taking inspiration from the best, freshest and healthiest ingredients, this stage will be packed with ideas and recipes for light bites, guilt-free treats and healthy alternatives.

All sessions are free of charge and seating is available on a first come first serve basis.nakd

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Key: (S) Signed sessions


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Registered Dietitians sessions:

Dr Megan Rossi aka The Gut Health Doctor

Gut Health is one of the latest trends to hit the health and wellness world, and unlike many trends, the science stacks up suggesting this is one development that might actually be worth jumping on board. In this session Megan will share some fun and simple ways to nurture your gut health including a DIY fermented drink recipe. She will also explain the importance of gut health and how our digestion works with some engaging visuals that are sure to get you thinking.

Nichola Whitehead, Specialist Dietitian & Health Blogger

Avocados two ways... the secrets to a healthy and balanced salad and delicious chocolatey dessert by Registered Dietitian Nic from Nic’s Nutrition.

Azmina Govindji RD MBDA, Award-winning Dietitian & Nutritionist

See how to make healthy and speedy meals that are a treat for the whole family. Azmina will create Rainbow Rice, Tuna and Soft Cheese Quesadillas and Sautéed Bananas with creamy Greek Yogurt. These recipes will be made with cost-effective ingredients and Azmina will share tips on why they are healthy if you’re watching your weight, or have diabetes or heart disease. All recipes are children-friendly, so you’ll get ideas on how to help your kids get creative in the kitchen. You’ll hear snippets of advice on how to choose nutritious foods and eat well if you have a busy lifestyle. 

Lucy Jones MRES BSC Hons RD MBDA - Consultant Dietitian and TV presenter

Current trends have shown a reduction in traditional 3 a day meal patterns with more snacking to keep us going. Keeping those snack drawers balanced is important for our health. Nuts like almonds can play a big role here. I'll be reviewing the evidence around almonds and snacking and creating some almond snack recipes that you can recreate at home.


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