Food and nutrients - Other

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HFG guide to stock

While stock can add great flavour to savoury recipes, it...

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HFG guide to spreads

Senior nutritionist Rose Carr finds healthier spreads for the table...

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HFG guide to soups

HFG senior nutritionist Rose Carr surveys the options for winter-warming...

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HFG guide to frozen meals

They may be labelled as ‘lean’ or ‘lite’, but when...

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How to choose nut butters and spreads

Just what is the nutritional value of peanut butter and...

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How to choose crackers

HFG senior nutritionist Rose Carr looks at healthier cracker options.Crackers...

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Foods on the ‘blacklist’ – should we stop...

You will have seen the list of NEEDN’T foods released...

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Ask the experts: Energy drinks

HFG senior nutritionist Rose Carr answers your questions about energy...

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Ask the experts: Nutritional decline of food

Q: "I've heard today's food has way less nutrients than,...

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Ask the experts: Raw vs white sugar

Q: "Is there any nutritional benefit in using raw sugar...

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Ask the experts: Foods containing lactose

Q: "Which foods have lactose in them? I've heard it's...

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Ask the experts: Manuka honey

Q: "I've heard that manuka honey is better for me...

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Ask the experts: Nightshade foods

Q: "I am allergic to foods in the nightshade family...

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How do they make honey?

HFG senior nutritionist Rose Carr explains how the nectar from...

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How do they make canned food?

HFG senior nutritionist Rose Carr explores the production of common...

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Kids’ special: Water

Water is so important for your health – and all...

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Kids’ special: Processed food

Before you eat food, do you ever think about how...

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Are everyday foods making you sick?

Our food is made up of chemicals. And when your...

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