The February 2018 issue of Healthy Food Guide is available in supermarkets and magazine retailers from Monday 22 January.
Here are 10 things we learnt while researching this issue.
The types of fat in butter and canola oil are very different. Everyday choices, page 91
Eating yoghurt with breakfast or a morning snack is a good way to spread protein throughout the day. How much protein is in that yoghurt? page 86
Wholemeal flour is higher in fibre and B vitamins than white flour. How to have a healthy pantry, page 28
Coconut ice cream can have double the saturated fat content of some other ice creams. How to choose ice cream and sorbet, page 88
In New Zealand, anyone can call themselves a nutritionist – even if they don’t have any training or qualifications. Wellness warriors: Who should we trust for nutrition advice? page 22
Pre-diabetes has no symptoms, so you can have it and not realise. How to turn pre-diabetes around, page 26
The way you live your life has a bigger role in how long you live than genetics alone. Healthy habits of people who live to 100, page 40
Adding protein, such as chicken or egg, to a salad or sandwich will help you stay full for longer. Work lunches: How to eat out healthily, page 18
Labels, such as ‘refined sugar free’, ‘organic’ or ‘raw’, don’t necessarily mean a food is healthier. Work lunches: How to eat out healthily, page 18
Keeping treat food out of sight and reach in your pantry or fridge is an effective way to eat less of it. How to have a healthy pantry, page 28
Do you want to live a healthier, happier lifestyle? Then Healthy Food Guide is here to help.
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