Nutrition and Hydration Week 13th – 19th March 2023
Nutrition and Hydration Week has taken place every March since 2012.
Its purpose is to bring people together to create energy, focus and fun in order to highlight and educate people on the value of food and drink in maintaining health and well-being in health and social care.
Nutrition and Hydration Week’s mission:
“To create a global movement that will focus energy, activity and engagement on nutrition and hydration as a fundamental element of maintaining the health and well-being for our global community.”
Organisations from around the world and from all areas of health and social care take part.
To find out more visit the Nutrition and Hydration Week website.
Useful nutrition information:
In support of Nutrition and Hydration Week we’ve included below a range of useful information about nutrition and menopause from our registered dietitian, Nigel Denby and registered nutritional therapist, Antonia de Gier:
Does gut health matter in midlife?
Our gut health has always been and will continue to be extremely important. Find out what happens during midlife and how this can affect digestive health.
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Nutrition and menopause
Do you know how what you eat can make a difference during your menopause – both symptoms and long-term health? Gain expert tips that everyone needs to know about nutrition and menopause in this video with Hormone Health Associate Antonia de Gier.
Foods to improve your gut health
Improving the health of your gut can benefit your physical health overall and also help to alleviate symptoms such as bloating, abdominal pain, and painful bowel conditions.
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Menopause and weight gain
Finding the pounds piling on and not sure why? Could it be the menopause and what can you do about it? Gain expert tips that everyone needs to know about weight gain and menopause in this video with Hormone Health Associate Nigel Denby.