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July 2016

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COVER FEATURE: Love food, hate waste! Clever ways to use up everything • Food amnesia • Turn the tables on heart disease • Cold and flu: the food links • Fermented goodness • How science works: Sorting fact from hype • and much more… (Price includes postage and packaging, please email admin@hlmedia.co.nz).

Features

  • Love your heart: Dietitian Kate Marsh explains how good eating, moving, managing stress and loving all help our heart to stay healthy.
  • Waste less save more: We can all do a bit better at using up our food, says HFG editor-in-chief Niki Bezzant.
  • Could you have food amnesia: It’s amazing how many morsels of food can pass our lips unnoticed each day!
  • How science works: Healthy Food Guide editor Jenny de Montalk walks us through nutrition science and shows why we can trust it.

Regulars

  • Food for thought: Editor-in-chief Niki Bezzant on whether our food can help fight off winter bugs.

Shopping

  • Shopping savvy: An update on US food labelling; our smart staple is polenta; we demystify kombucha; Peter Gordon’s latest book reviewed; and Quick chicken laksa is Niki’s lunch of the month.
  • How to choose: Hot cereals
  • How to boost your: Iron
  • How much… is in that? Energy in snack bars
  • Shopping for: Foods with vitamin C
  • This versus that: Olive oil vs coconut oil

This month’s recipes

  • In season: baby spinach, ginger, walnuts and cabbage
  • 5pm panic: Stress-less weekday meals
  • HFG makeover: Chicken tikka masala
  • Show some love for winter greens: Brussles sprouts, silver beet and fennel
  • Fermented food: Make your own sauerkraut and kimchi
  • Meat-free Monday: Plant-based deliciousness
  • Kids in the kitchen: Yummy sausage rolls

… and more!

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