Articles tagged with: healthy eating

Build Your Own burgers!

Build Your Own burgers!

A firm favourite amongst teenagers and kids, burgers aren’t always the healthiest of choices. However, making your own lets you put a healthy spin on this household favourite, by opting for lean meats, wholegrains and a rainbow of veggies. What’s more, these are great to get the little ones involved in the cooking (such as forming the patties). Serve these burgers “family style” - place all the vegetables, patties and bread rolls in the middle of the table and let your children build...

6 November 2019 by Guest Post

 Knowledge is power when it comes to nutrition and your health - October 2019 Foodwatch Newsletter

Knowledge is power when it comes to nutrition and your health - October 2019 Foodwatch Newsletter

I’ve dedicated many years to trying to raise the profile of nutrition and help people – especially busy women – understand...

29 October 2019 by Catherine Saxelby

5 years of Health Star Ratings – are they working?

5 years of Health Star Ratings – are they working?

Five years after its implementation in June 2014, a review of the Health Star Rating (HSR) has found it performs well. Studies have...

16 October 2019 by Catherine Saxelby

What is your relationship with food and eating?

Eat to beat Macular Degeneration and maintain your eye health

Macular degeneration, also known as age-related macular degeneration (AMD), is the name given to a group of eye diseases that cause...

9 October 2019 by Catherine Saxelby

Roasted vegetable and bean salad

Roasted vegetable and bean salad

Are you looking for a salad that’s packed with a rainbow of vegetables and is high in fibre, low in carbohydrates, low in...

2 October 2019 by Guest Post

Distracted eating, Breast Cancer Awareness, Walk to Work and more - September 2019 Foodwatch Newsletter

Distracted eating, Breast Cancer Awareness, Walk to Work and more - September 2019 Foodwatch Newsletter

Did you know that: distracted eating can lead to overeating? drinking alcohol increases a woman's risk of developing breast...

24 September 2019 by Catherine Saxelby