Published on 26 August 2014
If your journey back from work frequently involves a stop-over to buy fries from a drive-through, you may want to read this.
Published on 12 August 2014
Who doesn’t keep a stash of canned tuna in the pantry to use as a sandwich filler or in stews, pasta sauces or salads?
Published on 11 August 2014
Used throughout Asia as a popular diet food, Zero Noodles are eaten as a replacement for rice and pasta. Its makers claim that just by replacing the carbohydrate from your evening meal with a pack of Zero Noodles you can dramatically reduce your overall calorie intake for the day. This means you could lose 1lb a week or more without even trying!
Published on 04 August 2014
Do you squeeze the juice from a fresh lemon or do you just use the bottled stuff? Is bottled lemon juice as good as the real thing?
Published on 28 July 2014
We don’t always have time to shop for fresh fruit and vegetables on a regular basis so it is a good idea to keep a stash of canned foods in the pantry.
Published on 21 July 2014
Are you craving chocolate right now? You might be thinking of replacing it with a ‘healthier’ cereal bar instead. But are cereal bars really healthier?
Published on 14 July 2014
Guacamole and hummus are quite similar in lots of ways. They are great as dips with crackers, and equally good as spreads on sandwiches and wraps.
Published on 16 June 2014
Are you craving some chocolate spread on your toast? Here we compare two chocolate spreads you can find in your local supermarket. Which one is better?
Published on 27 May 2014
You would like to include some healthy snacks in your kid’s school lunch box. A popular choice with kids is cheese, especially in fun shapes...
Published on 03 March 2014
Some experts believe that it is not appropriate to term food as 'addictive' as it is essential to life and not something that people can be weaned off. However, research has found that high sugar snacks activate areas of the brain that are also stimulated by hard drugs such as cocaine and heroin. This suggests that highly palatable foods – those rich in fat, sugar and salt - may be addictive. So does food addiction really exist and - if it does - can it be treated?