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Fact or fiction: Freezing plastic

Can dioxins be released by freezing water in plastic bottles? There's...

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How to gain weight

Advice for those who struggle with keeping weight on. For a...

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Why we like shellfish

Why crustaceans and shellfish are so good for us.Despite living...

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Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

Most of us have experienced some sort of tummy trouble...

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How to protect your eyesight

None of us want to lose our eyesight. We investigate...

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Health assessment: Graham

Our nutrition and exercise expert looks at a young athlete's...

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The non-cook’s guide to eating well

If you don't know how to sauté scallops; that gazpacho...

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Protein: What is it exactly?

Undoubtedly our bodies need it, but how much do we...

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Healthy aging: Putting life in your years

Advice for staying as healthy as possible as we age.We...

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Why you should eat eggs

There's a lot to be said in favour of including...

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For better digestion, don’t combine protein and starch?

Lots of theories abound regarding food combining. Is it true...

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Foods to boost selenium

Selenium intakes in New Zealand are generally lower than the...

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How to eat for exercise

It's important to remember the food you eat plays a...

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HFG guide to soft cheeses

We may be familiar with cream cheese and cottage cheese,...

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What to do with cherries

It's small wonder cherries are associated with Christmas, considering they...

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How to choose nut spreads

Label-reading tips and some examples to help you choose nut...

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Why you should eat salmon

We explain the benefits of eating salmon.King salmon were introduced...

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Kiwi kids learning from seed to fork

School gardens are becoming more common around the country, giving...

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