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Shopping for foods with less sugar

A diet low in added sugar is now recognised as...

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Bought vs homemade: Popcorn

Popcorn reminds us of movies, parties and celebrations. There’s so...

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Everyday choices: Thai favourites

Everyone loves the punchy flavour of a Thai takeaway. We...

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This vs that: Soy, rice and almond milks

Some people can’t consume cow’s milk, or prefer not to,...

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How to get your daily magnesium

We need magnesium for energy production, managing blood glucose levels,...

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How much saturated fat is in that biscuit?

The range of biscuits in the supermarket is vast. Chocolate,...

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Shopping for cream alternatives

Cream is delicious, but as we know it is high...

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How to choose salad mixes

Salad packs cover a wide range of both lettuce and...

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How to choose stock

Stock is a pantry or fridge essential. Stews, risottos, soups...

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Smart staple: Eggs

We love eggs. They taste good, they keep us satisfied...

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This vs that: Croissant, bagel and multigrain bread

Most of us know that standard white bread has little...

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How much sugar is in that breakfast cereal

Breakfast-eaters have been shown to have overall better diets, less...

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Shopping for low-FODMAP foods

If you suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), then following...

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How to boost your iodine

We don’t need a lot of iodine in our diets...

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How to choose toddler snacks

Toddlers need to eat little and often. So what are...

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Try this: Medjool dates

If you haven’t tried Medjool dates, you’re in for a...

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How to boost your protein

It’s recommended that between 15—25 per cent of our energy...

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