Articles tagged with: soup

Product Snapshot: Hansells' All Natural Soup

on Wednesday, 24 September 2014. Posted in Reviews
Tagged: flavours of the East, Hansells' soup, Product Snapshot, review, soup

Product Snapshot: Hansells' All Natural Soup

Guest post by Kathryn Hawkins (MDiet, APD,AN)

At the end of a long day there’s nothing more comforting than sitting down to a steaming bowl of soup. It really does seem to hit the spot! Hansells Food Group has released its new ‘All Natural Soup’ range with flavours from around the world. Packaged in rustic, wholesome-looking pouches and cups, with a panel across the front stating “100% Natural, no preservatives, gluten free, dairy free, vegetarian” it certainly piqued my curiosity! So I decided to check them out for ease of preparation, nutritional profile and, of course, taste!

Read the August Foodwatch Newsletter now!

Written by Catherine Saxelby on Tuesday, 13 August 2013. Posted in Handy stuff
Tagged: eatKit, newsletter, sardines, soup, soup diets

Read the August Foodwatch Newsletter now!

In this August edition of the Foodwatch Newsletter I’m putting soup diets under the microscope. I’ll tell you what works and what doesn’t and how to take advantage of soup to lose weight in a sustainable way. Don’t be fooled by all the hype you read or see on TV. In addition to talking about soup there’s the Foodwatch Product of the month, August EatKit and a host of new articles on the Foodwatch website. What are you waiting for?

Q. How can I keep food down with a hiatus hernia?

Written by Catherine Saxelby on Tuesday, 30 April 2013. Posted in Medical Diets
Tagged: eating mindfully, eating slowly, health, heartburn, hunger, juice, liquid diet, nutrition, obesity, overweight, soup, special diets, weight loss

The question in full:

Q. I have a hiatus hernia and have trouble keeping food down. I feel full after a few mouthfuls and find I get bloated and tummy cramps. Any suggestions?

Q. What do nutritionists mean when they talk about “energy density”?

on Tuesday, 19 March 2013. Posted in Healthy eating
Tagged: calories, energy, food labels, healthy snacks, junk food, portion size, snacks, soup, standard serves, sweet treats, take-away, water

A. Energy density means the ratio of kilojoules/calories you get from a given weight or volume of a food. It's really how many kilojoules/calories you can fit into a mouthful!

 

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.

Eat to beat chewing difficulties

Written by Catherine Saxelby on Wednesday, 10 October 2012. Posted in Medical Diets
Tagged: chewing difficulties, diets, guides, healthy eating, hunger, hydration, Liquid breakfast, liquid diet, pureed food, soup, soup diet, special diets, tips, weight, weight loss

Eat to beat chewing difficulties

A liquid or pureed diet is necessary for anyone who can't chew or whose mouth is immobilized. This includes after tooth extraction especially wisdom teeth, a broken jaw or facial injuries to areas such as the lips, cheeks or nose. It is also useful for anyone unable to chew and swallow properly due to dry mouth, mouth ulcers, mouth problems, braces, dental work or post-operatively.

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.

Product review: Soup shortcut

Written by Catherine Saxelby on Thursday, 21 May 2009. Posted in Reviews
Tagged: convenience, healthy cooking, healthy eating, reviews, soup

Product review: Soup shortcut

Soup is one of my favourite winter meals. Thick and hearty, it's warming and satisfying. It's a key food if you want to lose some weight without going hungry. Soups are pretty easy to make (unlike pastry or fiddly finger food) but, depending on the type, can take 2 or 3 hours, as they often require long, slow simmering.