Sep 2016

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COVER FEATURE: Inflammation: The enemy inside • Five ways to keep your kids healthy for life • Step-by-step healthy sauces • PCOS and endometriosis: Lifestyle changes that help • Make-ahead freezer-friendly meals • Savoury porridge • and much more…

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  • Inflammation: What’s the buzz? HFG Senior nutritionist Rose Carr says it’s behind many diseases and disorders. What does inflammation mean for you?
  • PCOS & endometriosis – can diet help your symptoms? ‘Yes!’, says consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist Anil Sharma
  • 5 ways to teach kids healthy habits: Model a healthy lifestyle to your kids, advises dietitian Brooke Longfield
  • Staying healthy in Rio: Sky sports presenters Monty Betham and Melodie Robinson share travellers’ tipsto stay healthy


  • Food for thought: Editor-in-chief Niki Bezzant considers the benefit of playing Pokemon Go


  • Shopping savvy: An introduction to meal kits; we talk about cannellini beans; what does ‘free from’ mean?; the book review; and Niki’s lunch of the month
  • How to choose: Natural yoghurt
  • How much… is in that? Energy in crackers
  • Shopping for: Foods with less salt
  • 10 of the best vegetarian foods: Can you guess them?

This month’s recipes

  • In season: Oregano, bay leaf, kale and celery
  • 5pm panic: Stress-less weekday meals
  • HFG makeover: Apple and fig crumble
  • Frozen to delicious: Four versatile base recipes
  • Pulses of pulses: The UN’s food of the year – for good reason!
  • Sauces of happiness: The power is in your hands
  • Single serve: Valerie Adams’ energy-building walnut loaf

… and more!

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Weight .3 kg

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