If playing sport or exercising, understanding the GI can help you to select foods that will provide optimal energy at key stages of activity for better performance.
The stuffing in this recipe helps to extend the meat portion, adding fibre and flavour while the lemon adds moisture and keeps the chicken tender. Read more
Working remotely does offer benefits for business but is it good for your health and what needs to happen to make it so? Read more
Whether eaten raw or cooked, hot or cold pears have a delicate flavour which can be enhanced with spices and lemon. Read more
Sugar has been the focus of attention lately amidst concerns for our dental health and obesity. But what about fructose, the sugar that intrinsically exists in fruits and vegetables? Could this be injurious to our health too? Read more
This very nutritious bean salad is high in protein and dietary fibre but low in sodium and fat. It is very easy to make and as it is based on pulses, a sustainable food resource, it is good for our planet too. Read more
Do you get your 5+ A Day servings of fruit and vegetables? Learn how gardening and creative activities can improve your consumption of these foods and maximise their nutritional benefits for better health. Read more
In summer months when fruit is cheap and plentiful it’s easy to overeat and gain excess weight. As the sugar content of fruits vary, some combinations of fruits are better than others when trying to reduce sugar intake. We hope you enjoy our summer fruit combo. Read more