Articles tagged with: health

Product review: Alpine Lower-carb bread

Product review: Alpine Lower-carb bread

If you love bread but need to shed a little weight; or perhaps you’re trying to eat a diet lower in carbs; then this might be the bread for you! Tasting just like regular bread, this loaf has more protein, more fibre and less added sugars as well as lower carbs. Take a look as I check out how it measures up against ‘regular’ bread. This post has been sponsored by Bertalli’s Alpine Breads.

8 July 2020 by Catherine Saxelby

Cold weather cooking, coconut oil research and more in the June Foodwatch Newsletter

Cold weather cooking, coconut oil research and more in the June Foodwatch Newsletter

This month's Foodwatch Newsletter is packed full of great ideas and information. Hearty, yet, healthy, cold-weather cooking, the...

30 June 2020 by Catherine Saxelby

Read on - here I take a look at these cute mini-pots of fresh growing herbs for your kitchen. Are they worth buying? Are they easy to look after?

Product Snapshot – Five Tastes Stir Fry Shots

A healthy, authentic Asian stir fry sauce should be a celebration of fresh Asian spices and herbs. To gather all the fresh...

24 June 2020 by Guest reviewer

What is your relationship with food and eating?

Eat to beat fatty liver disease

Within the next decade, fatty liver disease will become the leading cause of cirrhosis, liver cancer and liver transplants. So, what...

17 June 2020 by Catherine Saxelby

What is your relationship with food and eating?

Buying the best fish oil capsule for you

Standard, double strength, triple strength, wild salmon, algal or krill oil – it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the myriad of fish...

10 June 2020 by Catherine Saxelby

A new book; fish oils and heart health; a super food recipe; and more - May 2020 Foodwatch Newsletter

A new book; fish oils and heart health; a super food recipe; and more - May 2020 Foodwatch Newsletter

Do you suffer from arthritis or depression? These are just two of the common health problems that have been treated in clinical...

26 May 2020 by Catherine Saxelby