Articles tagged with: healthy eating

Surviving the Silly Season

Surviving the silly season

Christmas means party time. From end-of-year office parties to beach parties, casual soirees and formal functions, your calendar is probably going to be full.  Of course, you’re going to eat, drink and be merry – you’ll deal with the kilos you’ve piled on later. And don’t forget the extra pressures of trying to get everything done in time, crowds at the shops, battling the traffic, hot weather, increased family expectations and balancing the budget. Well, you CAN enjoy your...

1 December 2021 by Catherine Saxelby

Benefits of dairy

November newsletter is out now!

From the new research about the benefits of dairy for the elderly, why you should eat blueberries, the 5 worst foods to eat , and...

24 November 2021 by Catherine Saxelby

Canned and tinned items - can they be good?

Cans and tins – can they be good?

Canned food is convenient, mostly nutritious, inexpensive and your nearest supermarket has a huge selection. It has a long shelf...

17 November 2021 by Catherine Saxelby

Organic vegetables – your questions answered

Organic vegetables – your questions answered

 Q. Should I only buy organic vegetables? A. No. Most people don’t eat enough vegetables – organic or non-organic. People...

10 November 2021 by Catherine Saxelby

Recipe Salmon, baby spinach and rice salad

Salmon, baby spinach and rice salad

This easy salad is one I’ve adapted from the Canadian Salmon Advisory Service and used with their permission. Because it uses up a...

3 November 2021 by Catherine Saxelby

Women and heart disease

Women and heart disease

From the exciting new reseach about heart disease in women to the difference between bulgur and couscous, and much more, I explore...

27 October 2021 by