Cold weather cooking and coconut oil research

Written by Catherine Saxelby on Tuesday, 30 June 2020.
Tagged: coconut oil, fish oil, Foodwatch Newsletter, health, healthy eating, healthy heart, healthy lifestyle, MSG, newsletter, nutrition, soup, supplements

Cold weather cooking and coconut oil research
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This month's Foodwatch Newsletter is packed full of great ideas and information. Hearty, yet, healthy, cold-weather cooking, the lowdown on coconut oil and much more.

Is coconut oil healthy? Is MSG really a problem?

In the June Foodwatch Newsletter I'll report on some research into coconut oil - not the panancea it's cracked up to be; tackle the problem of MSG and much more. There are links to recipes for great winter soups and news on a new webinar I'll be releasing soon. You can find all this and more in the Foodwatch Newsletter online here, or, better still, why not  subscribe?

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