- Festive Feasts (InterAction 78, Christmas 2011)
Enjoying traditional Christmas treats and a seasonal tipple is still possible on a special diet.
- Weight loss (InterAction 77, Autumn 2011)
Judith Harding looks at difficulties with appetite and eating faced by some people with M.E.
- Weighty issues (InterAction 76, Summer 2011)
In this first part of a two-part feature, dietitian Judith Harding looks at controlling weight gain.
- Superfoods for Spring (InterAction 75, Spring 2011)
Dietician Judith Harding celebrates spring with a look at nutrient-rich superfoods for people with M.E.
Articles which were published in 2008 or earlier (listed below) may only appear in PDF format. Please be aware that this is an historical archive ie. information will become increasingly out-of-date as time goes on.
- Christmas pud? I wish! Food intolerances (InterAction 62, Winter 2007)
Moira Henwood used to be a big pudding girl, choosing her dessert before her main course when she was in a restaurant. M.E., food intolerances and allergies have put paid to that, as she will tell you. A dietician and a nutritionist comment.
- Essential Fatty Acids (InterAction 58, Winter 2006)
By Cathy Stillman-Lowe andJacki Carter investigate essential fatty acid supplements.
- Healthy eating made easy (InterAction 54, Winter 2005)
Jane Harries shares some of your tips for energy saving ways to shop, cook and eat healthily.
- The yeast connection (InterAction 53, Autumn 2005)
Jo Dunbar shares her perspective on tackling candida.
- To B12 or not to B12? (InterAction 53, Autumn 2005)
Jackie Carter explains how a simple vitamin injection has improved her M.E. symptoms and looks at the rationale behind it.
- What can essential fatty acids do for you? (InterAction 49, Autumn 2004)
Nutritional therapist Linda Lazarides explains essential fatty acids.
- Probiotics: Our guts need good bugs (InterAction 47, Spring 2004)
Stephanie Zinser explains probiotics, or 'friendly bacteria', and how they might help people with M.E.
- A guide to supplementation: The nutritionist`s view (InterAction 47, Spring 2004)
Jane McClenaghan offers advice on nutritional supplementation, including advice on assessing the quality of different products.
- A tough act to swallow (InterAction 45, Autumn 2003)
The symptoms of M.E. can make eating an ordeal for some people. Zoe Williams serves up some practical advice.
- The mystery illness triggered by yeast (InterAction 44, Summer 2003)
Diagnosing and treating Candida divides the medical profession. Barbara Lantin examines both sides of the debate.
- Understanding food intolerance (InterAction 41, Autumn 2001)
Many people with M.E. have found great benefit from taking a closer lookat their diet. Maggie Leathley finds out why.