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Nuts - seeds

  • blog
    Let’s not overlook seeds when it comes to health and wellness! We all know that nuts are healthy – packed with good fats, vitamins and minerals that are all-round fabulous for your body...
  • ask_experts
    Q: "As someone with food intolerances (particularly gluten, lactose and yeast), I make my own gluten-free bread. I always use brown rice flour, but how else can I get a decent amount of fibre in...
  • article
    Here are 10 quick and easy ways to make the most of this healthy nut.Almond fruit crumbleMake a simple topping for a crumble with sliced almonds, rolled oats, brown sugar and a little reduced-fat...
  • article
    What is it?LSA is a ground mixture of linseeds, sunflower seeds and almonds. LSA is readily available in health food stores and can now be found in most supermarkets (find ready-ground LSA in the...
  • article
    Eaten as a snack, sprinkled over salads or baked in treats, nutritionist Lisa Yates explains which nuts are best for you.Nuts are nature’s own vitamin pill with each type containing a range of...
  • ask_experts
    Q: "To get the goodness out of seeds like sesame seeds, do they have to be cracked, broken or excessively chewed? Or are they just a bit of 'roughage' if they are eaten whole?"...
  • news
    The right and wrong way to eat healthy foods.HealthyThree tablespoons (25g) is fantastic for boosting a range of minerals, including iron, zinc, copper, magnesium and potassium.UnhealthyNibble your...
  • news
    European paediatricians have developed a skin patch they claim could help treat peanut allergy, one of the most common and potentially life-threatening allergies worldwide.The patch is applied to a...