Food and nutrients - Breads, cereals

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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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How to choose hot cereals

A hot cereal is just what’s needed to warm you...

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This vs that: Breakfast cereals

We see how two popular breakfast cereals stack up. We’ve compared...

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How to choose wraps

The wraps we see today are not a new concept;...

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HFG guide to porridge

HFG senior nutritionist Rose Carr surveys oat product options for...

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How to choose kids’ breakfast cereals

HFG senior nutritionist Rose Carr looks at cereals suitable for...

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Your guide to bread

Once a household staple, bread has been singled out as...

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Ask the experts: Rye vs wholegrain bread

Q: “Between rye bread and normal supermarket wholegrain bread, which...

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Ask the experts: Gluten-free bread

Q. "As someone with food intolerances (particularly gluten, lactose and yeast),...

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Ask the experts: Low-GI white bread

Q: "Not long after reading your article on GI, I...

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Ask the experts: Wholegrain breads

Q: "I’m having trouble finding wholegrain breads. Do seven-grain/nine-grain/12-grain breads...

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10 ways with pita bread

This versatile flat bread is so much more than just...

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10 ways with muesli

There’s more to muesli than simply adding milk. 1.  Frozen yoghurt...

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How to choose hot cereals

To be on top form each day, and to face...

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Guide to wraps

It’s easy to wrap your filling of choice for a...

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How to choose breakfast cereals

What could be better after an overnight fast than to...

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How to choose bread

Bread is an important part of the diet for most...
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