Articles tagged with: Foodwatch Newsletter

November 2018 Foodwatch Newsletter - Hot Food Trends for 2019, plus a special book offer

November 2018 Foodwatch Newsletter - Hot Food Trends for 2019, plus a special book offer

This will be my last Newsletter for 2018, so it’s fitting that it should cover my predictions for hot topics for 2019. I’d also like to thank you all for reading the Foodwatch Newsletter and sending me your comments and feedback. I read and enjoy them all.

27 November 2018 by Catherine Saxelby

October 2018 Foodwatch Newsletter - Cravings, why we have them and how to fight them.

October 2018 Foodwatch Newsletter - Cravings, why we have them and how to fight them.

It’s the middle of Spring in Australia and many of us have racked up a few comfortable kilos over winter and want to lose them...

30 October 2018 by Catherine Saxelby

September 2018 Foodwatch Newsletter - Trendy superfood lattes; the coconut oil controversy and more

September 2018 Foodwatch Newsletter - Trendy superfood lattes; the coconut oil controversy and more

From the lurid lattes in your local coffe shop to the social media storm over a Harvard academic's claim that coconut oil is 'pure...

25 September 2018 by Catherine Saxelby

Help us to keep helping you

Help us to keep helping you

Can you help us? The Foodwatch website has been providing sensible, well-researched nutrition advice and recipes, free of charge, for...

20 September 2018 by Foodwatch

August 2018 Foodwatch Newsletter - Women's Health and Wheat

August 2018 Foodwatch Newsletter - Women's Health and Wheat

As Women’s Health Week is coming up in September I thought I'd make women’s health one of the topics of this month’s Foodwatch...

28 August 2018 by Catherine Saxelby

July 2018 Foodwatch Newsletter - Ways to stay healthy over winter

July 2018 Foodwatch Newsletter - Ways to stay healthy over winter

When it’s cold outside, I know that we all like to hibernate. While winter has been relatively mild so far in Australia, there’s...

31 July 2018 by Catherine Saxelby