Healthy Breakfast Ideas

Posted by Alexander on March 14th, 2015 (Diet, Good Foods, Healthy Recipes, Nutrition)

Start your morning off with these healthy breakfast ideas Muesli Breakfast Tips: Homemade healthy muesli: mix all or a combination of the following in a large plastic container to make a nutritious, low-sugar muesli Buckwheat flakes / millet flakes / quinoa flakes / whole oats ages.For a gluten-free version do not add oats. Nuts & […]

Nutrition Tips – 8 Great Flavour Boosters, Minus the Kilojules

Posted by Lynda on May 8th, 2014 (Healthy Recipes, Nutrition)

If you want to lose weight, try these 8 great flavour boosters to enhance meals, minus the kilojules or fat.  Nutrition tips from dietitian Lynda Hamilton.   The idea that foods which taste good are “bad for us” is entirely unfounded. It is possible to add plenty of flavour to your meals each day without […]

Be diet free for life

Posted by Alexander on March 5th, 2014 (Nutrition, Nutrition Workshops in North Sydney, Weight Loss)

Our successful 10 week anti-diet weight-loss programme will be available online from March 15th. This affordable and personal 10 week program works through a range of topics to show you how to manage food and eat a healthy, balanced diet for life. Buy now for only $195 Over the ten weeks we will discuss compulsive […]

We all know we shouldn’t eat too much sugar but do we really need to give it up completely?

Posted by Alexander on February 20th, 2014 (Diet, Good Foods, Health, Nutrition, Uncategorized)

Sugar has been blamed for a worldwide obesity epidemic. Weight gain is caused by eating more energy (or kilojoules) than is used up in physical activity. So to achieve and maintain a healthy weight, the focus needs to be on eating fewer kilojoules (including watching portion sizes) and moving more. Studies have shown that a […]

The power of perception on the food we eat

Posted by Lynda on January 6th, 2014 (Nutrition)

Thanks to the power of perceptions, colour affects our taste buds in ways you would not expect. An interesting study tested our perception of taste by serving the same yoghurt in a variety of different colours. The results shows that colour affects our taste buds in ways you would not expect, thanks to how our […]

Tan your mushrooms and boost vitamin D levels

Posted by Lynda on January 3rd, 2014 (Nutrition)

Very few food sources are rich in vitamin D, but research has shown that putting mushrooms out in the sun increases their vitamin D levels.  Just 4 are sufficient for the average person’s daily needs. Vitamin D is essential for good bone health, because it assists in the absorption of calcium, which is the building-block […]

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