Food and nutrients - Carbohydrates, grains

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Ask the experts: Rolled oats

Q. I have seen a few recipes around that use...

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Get the best from your grains

ADVERTORIAL: Good food is an important part of my daily...

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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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HFG guide to porridge

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

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How to choose grains

Bored with rice? Fed up with noodles? We check out...

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10 ways with quinoa

This little grain has a big nutritional impact. It is...

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Myths and truths about carbs

Low-carb diets are having a ‘moment’ right now. But do...

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Low carb vs slow carb

Are you suspicious of carbs? Looking at a low-carb diet...

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Ask the experts: Carbohydrates

Senior nutritionist Rose Carr answers common questions about carbohydrates.Why do...

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Ask the experts: Wholegrain oats

Q: "I have read that wholegrain oats help to reduce...

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Ask the experts: Wholegrain rice and oats

Q: I like brown rice and I like that it’s...

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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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Kids’ special: Carbohydrates? Sweet as

It’s a mouthful to say but the car-bo-hy-drate family of...

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Carbs, protein, fats: The new rules

Like all science, the study of nutrition is ever evolving....

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Guide to the new grains

Just what exactly are ‘supergrains’? What do they do for...

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10 ways with instant polenta

Instant polenta is a great pantry staple, especially for anyone...

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10 ways with leftover rice

Rice is high in carbohydrate, low in saturated fat, sodium...

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What you need to know about the glycaemic...

Nutritionists Cindy Williams and Rose Carr explain how GI works...

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