Welcome to Food Flock: Food that brings people together
Come and join me on this food and nutrition journey as there is lots to learn!
Lover of food, hula-hooping and dancing I want to help other people through food which is why I became a nutritionist.
I love cooking and creating tasty meals from scratch or using store cupboard shortcuts. I try to create my own recipes which have come from experience or from meals I grew up with. I wasn’t always good at cooking and I tried hard to make good meals but they didn’t turn out so great. I remember once at university trying to make mashed potato but ending up with “mashed potato soup.”
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Lockdown and low vitamin D levels may add to people being more vulnerable to COVID-19 this winter. We will talk about vitamin D sources, supplements and the importance of taking vitamin D. Why do we need vitamin D? A recent report from the Academy of Medical Sciences recommend people to prepare this winter due to …
Learning new skills to enhance job prospects Tanya talks about how the Royal Osteoporosis Society has helped her gain work experience in nutrition. In 2017 I became the Vice-Treasurer for the Central Manchester Support Group for the Royal Osteoporosis Society. The group have been very welcoming and supported my change from accounting to nutrition. As …