Articles tagged with: healthy lunches

Product Review: Kraft No Added Salt or Sugar Peanut Butter

Written by Catherine Saxelby on Friday, 01 March 2013. Posted in Reviews
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Product Review: Kraft No Added Salt or Sugar Peanut Butter

Peanut butter enthusiasts – buckle up. There’s a new healthier alternative in town. I love peanut butter. I remember when I was younger, I’d go for spoonful after spoonful of this sinfully-wonderful-peanut-y-creamy paste after school. Yes, “glutton” I hear you say. But as I grew older, I soon realised that this spread isn’t too innocent afterall.

5 healthy and satisfying lunches to take to work

Written by Catherine Saxelby on Monday, 11 February 2013. Posted in Energy boosters
Tagged: energy, guidelines, health, healthy cooking, healthy eating, healthy lifestyle, healthy lunches

5 healthy and satisfying lunches to take to work

I find it pays to plan for the week ahead especially if you’re trying to lose weight or maintain a healthy weight. On a Sunday night, for instance, I like to make up one of these five healthy, high-fibre lunches to grab as I head out the door the next morning. It saves me time and money and keeps me out of the food court and away from fattening and fatty nachos, fries, pizza and other fast food.

Cut your food waste – save your wallet, save the environment

Written by Catherine Saxelby on Tuesday, 07 December 2010. Posted in Healthy cooking
Tagged: convenience, cooking for one, food trends, food variety, health, healthy lifestyle, healthy lunches, kitchen organisation, meal planning, salad, soup, wellness

Cut your food waste – save your wallet, save the environment

Wilted vegetables, milk past its use-by date, stale bread, last weekend's leftovers - who isn't guilty of throwing uneaten food into the garbage bin? While it might not feel like much at the time, as a nation Australians waste over $5.3 billion worth of food each year, according to a survey carried out by The Australia Institute.