Articles tagged with: tips

Soul Origin Salads - are they healthy options?

Soul Origin Salads - are they healthy options?

You’ve only got 15 minutes to buy and eat your lunch. You’re at your local food court and want something quick but healthy. You’re looking for convenience without added waistline inches; something that will sustain you through your afternoon back-to-back meetings. You spy a salad bar offering a choice of ready-made salads and fresh sandwiches. Soul Origin is one such food outlet - a new, fresh sandwich and salad bar chain. So how does it stack up in the search of better options that...

11 April 2018 by Guest post

Burgers: new kids on the block vs old favourites

Burgers: new kids on the block vs old favourites

Grill’d, Chur Burger and Burger Project are just a few of the new kids on the already-saturated takeaway food block. They...

14 March 2018 by Guest post

Food Court Chinese – what are the healthy choices?

Food Court Chinese – what are the healthy choices?

Lunchbreaks are short and most food courts are packed with hungry people in a rush to buy, eat and get back to work. As you queue up,...

19 July 2017 by Guest post

June 2017 Foodwatch Newsletter - Healthy, satisfying and waistline-friendly winter eating

June 2017 Foodwatch Newsletter - Healthy, satisfying and waistline-friendly winter eating

Can you stay warm, satisfied and not load on the kilos over winter? It can be hard can't it? Especially as we tend to reach for...

27 June 2017 by Catherine Saxelby

How to survive the café culture with your waistline intact!

How to survive the café culture with your waistline intact!

Cafés and coffee shops are everywhere. The smell of grinding coffee beans draws us in for a morning wake up or an afternoon...

24 May 2017 by Guest post

April 2017 Foodwatch Newsletter - Microbiome – your new best friend

April 2017 Foodwatch Newsletter - Microbiome – your new best friend

These days you hear a lot about microbiomes. But do you know what a microbiome is and what it does? And most importantly, do know you...

25 April 2017 by Catherine Saxelby