Apr 2017

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COVER FEATURE: Taking on the big C • 14 ways to get more plant protein • How to be positive about food • How to eat well when it hurts • Easy family dinners • How to choose bagged salad • and much more…

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  • Cancer diets: What you need to know: Dietitian Anna Small looks at the science (or lack of it) behind diets and foods that are promoted as cures for cancer
  • Eat your words: Change the way you talk about food: Choose your words carefully and bring the joy back to eating, dietitian Brooke Longfield urges
  • Eating well when you’re in pain: Five simple strategies can help reduce the suffering of people in constant physical distress. Dietitian Joanna Baker explains how
  • Should you be eating more plant based protein? More and more people are discovering the health benefits of getting their nutrients from non-animal sources, says health writer Melanie Leyshon


  • Food for thought: Editor-at-large Niki Bezzant on the best ways to boost brain power


  • Shopping savvy: What do organic labels really mean?
  • How to choose… Salad mixes
  • Bought vs homemade: Popcorn

This month’s recipes

  • In season: Enjoy a wealth of mandarin, swede and Brussels sprouts
  • 5pm panic: Quick recipes to take the stress out of meals
  • Weeknight meal planner: Dinners for two are taken care of for the week
  • Easy family dinners: Create magical meals for the whole family
  • Nourish bowls: Creative bowls will make mealtimes tasty
  • Meat-free munchies: No meat? No worries, with these delicious recipes
  • Jamaican flavours: Three different ways with homemade seasoning

… and more!

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