Jennifer Low

Jennifer Low

(RD, MSc Nutrition, BSc Psychology)

Jennifer Low is a Registered Dietitian, with an MSc in Nutrition and a degree in Psychology. Clinically she specialises in disordered eating, bariatric surgery and IBS.
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Which is healthier: cauliflower rice or white rice?

Is cauliflower rice really a healthier option than white rice? Dietician Jennifer Low puts the two side dishes to the…

Peanuts vs peanut butter

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Which is healthier: unsalted peanuts or peanut butter?

Both help curb hunger between meals, but is peanut butter better for you than a handful of peanuts? Dietitian Jennifer Low…

Plant-based protein portion guide

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Plant-based protein portion guide

Protein is essential for growth and development – it helps build muscles, skin and body organs. Most meat eaters meet…

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Bariatric surgery – everything you need to know

It’s a drastic move, but for some it’s the only way to stop the spread. Jennifer Low, a dietitian specialising…

iron-rich foods for vegetarians

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16 iron-rich foods for vegetarians and vegans

Why we need iron Iron is important for growth and repair, brain and immune function, normal energy levels and transport…

protein powder

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Do you need protein powders?

They promise mega nutrients, with a price tag to match, so are protein and ‘superfood’ powders worth buying? Dietitian Jennifer…

how much sugar in granola

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How much sugar in that granola?

Be sugar smart Always look at the ingredients list, as well as the nutrition information. The values for sugars given…

how much fibre in bread?

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How much fibre is there in bread?

Are you hitting the recommended quota of 30g fibre a day? If so, you’re unusual – most people in the…

Which is healthier olive oil or rapeseed oil

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Which is healthier: olive oil or rapeseed oil?

Olive oil The oil of choice in the Med is made from pressing whole olives from the native olive tree…

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