Articles tagged with: lower carb

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

Cutting carbs the easy way

Cutting carbs the easy way

There’s a lot of talk about low carb and lower carb diets these days. While I’m not a fan of the Low Carb (think less than 20g...

11 September 2019 by Catherine Saxelby

What is your relationship with food and eating?

What actually is ketosis? Is it good or bad for you?

Ketosis is when you push your body’s metabolism to burn stored fat for energy instead of sugar. So how do you do it? And is it good...

13 June 2018 by Catherine Saxelby

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

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: HermanBrot Low-carb Bread

I stumbled over this loaf in my IGA supermarket at Drummoyne in Sydney's inner west. I don’t go there all that often. There it was,...

15 November 2017 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: Spud Lite Potatoes with 25 per cent less carbs

A potato with 25 per cent LESS carbs? Does this mean they are low GI also? Would they be suitable for people with diabetes? And how...

1 November 2017 by Catherine Saxelby