Articles tagged with: healthy weight loss

Product Review: Woolworths Michelle Bridges Delicious Nutritious Dinner

Product Review: Woolworths Michelle Bridges Delicious Nutritious Dinner

This post has been sponsored by Woolworths I’ve never really found a frozen dinner that I’ve liked and that has ticked all the health boxes for me. As a nutritionist, I find they’re usually carb-heavy (think of all that pasta and rice), don’t have enough vegetables and never seem to have enough protein. What little protein is there, is usually some dodgy pressed meat roll. From time to time, when I’m on my own, I give the frozen meal aisle another look-in, hoping for something more...

28 October 2015 by Catherine Saxelby

October Foodwatch Newsletter - Healthy Weight Loss

October Foodwatch Newsletter - Healthy Weight Loss

It's Spring in Australia, the time of year we get bombarded with ads for weight loss foods, supplements and detox programs, all...

13 October 2015 by Catherine Saxelby

What is a 'Healthy Bounty Bar'? And how does it compare to the original?

What is a 'Healthy Bounty Bar'? And how does it compare to the original?

Lately my social media feeds have been flooded with photos of ‘sugar-free’ sweet treats. Made popular by celebrity, Sarah Wilson,...

7 October 2015 by Catherine Saxeby and Megan Cameron-Lee

Diet review: The Low GI Diet

Diet review: The Low GI Diet

The Low GI Diet won't eliminate all your carbs but it does make you think about choosing ‘smart carbs' to help your weight loss...

6 May 2015 by Catherine Saxelby

Tips and Apps for Healthy Weight loss in the January Foodwatch Newsletter

Tips and Apps for Healthy Weight loss in the January Foodwatch Newsletter

Happy New Year! Are you ready to meet the New Year head on? Ready to lose those few extra kilos that the Christmas festivities...

13 January 2015 by Catherine Saxelby

Sugar loves fat and refined starch

Sugar loves fat and refined starch

Is sugar the culprit? Is sugar to blame as the major cause of obesity, diabetes and insulin sensitivity? I argue that it’s not JUST...

5 November 2014 by Catherine Saxelby