Food and nutrients - Beverages

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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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Try this: Matcha

What is it? Matcha is powdered green tea. It has been...

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How many kilojoules are in that coffee?

Coffee is more than just a hot drink for many...

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How much sugar is in that iced tea?

Iced teas can be a delicious and refreshing summer drink,...

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The best alternative milks

Problems with lactose? Keen to try almond milk? There’s a...

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Raw milk

Ciska de Rijk and Gwendoline Keel, food law specialists at...

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Ask the experts: Low-sugar non-alcoholic drinks

Q. I have cut my alcohol consumption dramatically in the...

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Coffee and your health

Most of us love drinking our daily espresso, cappuccino or...

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Coffee machines

Which type of coffee maker best suits you and your...

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Fact or fiction: Drinking milk increases mucus

This is a wide-spread theory. But is it really true? Here's...

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HFG guide to fruit and vegetable juice

Fruit and vegetable drinks may claim to have health benefits,...

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How to choose hot drinks

Most of us drink tea or coffee but in winter...

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Guide to orange juice

You know OJ is a great source of vitamin C,...

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Freeze a smoothie

Looking for a healthy, time-saving breakfast? Zip up these delicious, high-fibre...

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The verdict on coffee

If you feared your regular coffee could be affecting your...

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Is blended really better?

With personal blenders all the rage, HFG nutritionist Claire Turnbull...

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The top unhealthy eating traps for travellers and...

When you’re in the habit, it’s not so hard to...

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Would you like bugs for dinner?

Today I received a very interesting delivery, all the way...
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