Articles tagged with: healthy recipes

EatKit Archive: Avocados

Written by Catherine Saxelby on Sunday, 30 March 2014. Posted in Handy stuff
Tagged: diet meals, dieting, diets, healthy cooking, healthy recipes, trends, Twitter, vegetables, vegetarian

EatKit Archive: Avocados

Here is the archive of tweets from our interesting online Twitter chat. This month we talked about what's good and what's not about avocados (hint: there's not much that's bad). Scroll through the Archive from our lively, fun online chat from March 2014.

Eatkit is run in conjunction with dietitian Emma Stirling from ScoopNutrition

EatKit Archive: KALE AND GREEN VEGETABLES

Written by Catherine Saxelby on Sunday, 30 March 2014. Posted in Handy stuff
Tagged: EatKit, food acid, food trends, Foodwatch website, healthy cooking, healthy recipes, herbs, trends, Twitter, vegetables

EatKit Archive: KALE AND GREEN VEGETABLES

We had a great chat wtih a group of friendly practical dietitians, foodies, teachers and chefs on Twitter called EatKit. We talked about the latest craze for kale (the green veg) and whether it's hit your stores and whether it helps you eat more of the good stuff! Scroll down and read our archive from the night.

EatKit Archive: FOODS, FLAVOURS, CUISINES, DIETS: WHAT'S HOT IN 2014.

Written by Catherine Saxelby on Thursday, 20 February 2014. Posted in Handy stuff
Tagged: diet meals, dieting, diets, healthy cooking, healthy recipes, trends, Twitter, vegetables, vegetarian

EatKit Archive: FOODS, FLAVOURS, CUISINES, DIETS: WHAT'S HOT IN 2014.

Here is the archive of tweets from our interesting online Twitter chat. This month we had a stab at predicting what will be the hot new foods and ingredients for the coming year. Scroll through the Archive from our lively, fun online chat from 19 Feb 2014.

Eatkit is run in conjunction with dietitian Emma Stirling from ScoopNutrition

EatKit Archive: MEAL MAKEOVERS TO COMBAT KILO CREEP

Written by Catherine Saxelby on Wednesday, 20 November 2013. Posted in Handy stuff
Tagged: celebrity chefs, children, dinners, EatKit, family fare, fresh foods, health, healthy cooking, healthy recipes, heathyeating, nutrition, salads, Twitter, vegetables, wellness

EatKit Archive: MEAL MAKEOVERS TO COMBAT KILO CREEP

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.

Ancient Grains Photo-a-Day Challenge

on Thursday, 23 May 2013. Posted in Handy stuff
Tagged: ancient grains, breakfast, breakfast cereals, carbohydrates, dinners, food trends, gluten-free, glycemic index, grains, healthy cooking, healthy recipes, low GI, super foods, Twitter

Ancient Grains Photo-a-Day Challenge

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.

Eating for the Healthy Heart

Written by Catherine Saxelby on Tuesday, 05 February 2013. Posted in Medical Diets
Tagged: cholesterol, healthy cooking, healthy eating, healthy heart, healthy lifestyle, healthy recipes, heart health, tips

Eating for the Healthy Heart

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.

The joy of soup

Written by Catherine Saxelby on Friday, 18 January 2013. Posted in Healthy weight loss
Tagged: fat, fibre, guides, healthy cooking, healthy eating, healthy lifestyle, healthy recipes, soup, soup diet, tips, weight loss

The joy of soup

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.

My 12 ways to cook for health

Written by Catherine Saxelby on Tuesday, 16 November 2010. Posted in Healthy cooking
Tagged: guides, healthy cooking, healthy eating, healthy recipes, weight loss

My 12 ways to cook for health

Healthy cooking doesn't mean that you have to become a gourmet chef or invest in expensive cookware. Here I've categorised the 12 basic cooking methods for preparing foods in healthy ways without adding excessive amounts of fat or salt.