Articles tagged with: low fat

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 fat,  and high in protein? This one is all that and more! This colourful and tasty salad is also low GI, doesn’t need much attention when cooking AND is affordable! It’s based on vegetables and a can of beans – a useful pantry staple. They’re affordable, can easily be thrown into salads (such as this one), soups or casseroles, and are packed full of...

2 October 2019 by Guest Post

What is your relationship with food and eating?

What's better for weight loss and health? Low-carb or low-fat?

Recent studies have provided an interesting insight into the perennial ‘dieters’ dilemma’ - “Low-carb OR low-fat?” Which is...

9 May 2018 by Catherine Saxelby

Does skim milk have more sugar than full-fat milk?

Does skim milk have more sugar than full-fat milk?

A friend told me that she’s stopped drinking skim milk because it has “added sugar”. She’s gone back to the full-cream milk...

7 September 2016 by Catherine Saxelby

No more Tick! What were they thinking?

No more Tick! What were they thinking?

This week on the 8th December 2015, the Heart Foundation announced it is retiring the red Tick after 26 years! Retiring it in favour...

10 December 2015 by Catherine Saxelby

5 label claims you need to be wary of

5 label claims you need to be wary of

Do you check the label for fat before you buy? Or do the words “No cholesterol” or “Fat-free” persuade you that a product is...

9 September 2015 by Catherine Saxelby

The June Foodwatch Newsletter explains those tricky terms

The June Foodwatch Newsletter explains those tricky terms

This month’s newsletter is all about those confusing terms you may read on pack labels, in articles or hear about in the news, in...

10 June 2014 by Catherine Saxelby