Here is the archive of tweets from our interesting online Twitter chat on how to makeover your meals and recipes to combat the gradual gain of weight over time aka the 'kilo creep'. Scroll through the archive from our interesting online Twitter chat from 20 Nov 2013.
I’m running my first Photo-a-day challenge on Instagram during the month of June. I’d love you to join me and upload your photos of quinoa, spelt, barley, rice or bulgur or whatever grains, breads or cereals you’re buying, cooking or consuming. Read on for more details of how to do it.
Do you have high cholesterol or blood pressure? Or perhaps you have a family history of heart problems? Do you need heart surgery or have you already had it? If you have any of these problems or you’d just like to learn good eating habits to prevent them, then Catherine Saxelby's Eating for the Healthy Heart eBook is for you.
Once winter arrives, it’s a great time for soup. Whether you like pumpkin, vegetable and barley, minestrone, cream of celery, pea and ham or tomato, a bowl of soup is warming and nourishing on a cold winter’s day. Add a chunk of crusty bread and you have a complete meal that’s quick, easy and satisfying.
While the market for herbal remedies such as echinacea, gingko and herbal teas is growing exponentially, let's not forget that the culinary herbs that grace our meals can make a sizeable contribution to our nutrition intake - if we eat enough of them. Think of fresh herbs as green leafy vegetables and you'll soon realise that they are in the same class as spinach and Asian greens.
Are you looking for ideas on how to eat right when you've no time to cook? Latest nutrition news? Each month, the Foodwatch eNewsletter has the products, quick recipes, tricks and tips to keep you eating healthily, get organised, lose a little weight and have more energy - and it's FREE!!
Here's a handy list of websites and places to go when you're looking for more info on food, diets and healthy eating. They're things I've come across and found helpful in the past - so I thought you would too! I offer these links to other web sites as a 'personal recommendation' to you, but don't hold me responsible for the content or availability of these sites. Things change often on the web!
Antioxidants are molecules which act as the body's first line of defence against damage from a natural process called oxidation. There's dozens, if not hundreds, of different ones.They destroy substances called free radicals which occur naturally in our body and are also left behind by smog, cigarette smoke and the sun's radiation.