Articles tagged with: Foodwatch Newsletter

August 2017 Foodwatch Newsletter - Women's Health Week

August 2017 Foodwatch Newsletter - Women's Health Week

Women's Health Week starts next Monday - September 4 and so in this month's Foodwatch Newsletter we're trying to motivate you to put YOUR health front and centre!

29 August 2017 by Catherine Saxelby

July 2017 Foodwatch Newsletter - Shark attack or food poisoning - which is more likely to kill you?

July 2017 Foodwatch Newsletter - Shark attack or food poisoning - which is more likely to kill you?

This is the question posed by the latest newsletter of the Food Safety Information Council. Would you be surprised to know that an...

25 July 2017 by Catherine Saxelby

June 2017 Foodwatch Newsletter - Healthy, satisfying and waistline-friendly winter eating

June 2017 Foodwatch Newsletter - Healthy, satisfying and waistline-friendly winter eating

Can you stay warm, satisfied and not load on the kilos over winter? It can be hard can't it? Especially as we tend to reach for...

27 June 2017 by Catherine Saxelby

April 2017 Foodwatch Newsletter - Microbiome – your new best friend

April 2017 Foodwatch Newsletter - Microbiome – your new best friend

These days you hear a lot about microbiomes. But do you know what a microbiome is and what it does? And most importantly, do know you...

25 April 2017 by Catherine Saxelby

March 2017 Foodwatch Newsletter - Carbs, low-carb, no-carb – what’s best?

March 2017 Foodwatch Newsletter - Carbs, low-carb, no-carb – what’s best?

Carbs provide our bodies with the energy we need to do the things we do every day as well as to run all the processes of our body....

28 March 2017 by Catherine Saxelby

February 2017 Foodwatch Newsletter - Alcohol, the Hidden Health Challenge for Busy Women

February 2017 Foodwatch Newsletter - Alcohol, the Hidden Health Challenge for Busy Women

March 8 2017 is International Women's Day and the theme this year is #BeBoldForChange. That's why this month I’m going to address a...

28 February 2017 by Catherine Saxelby