Tag: fibre

Supermarket shelves are stocked with many different types of bread, some are healthier than others yet they all provide different benefits. Some are made from ...

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Just because you’re a vegetarian doesn’t mean you should be limited in your breakfast options. Fortunately, there’s a simple—and healthy—way to whip up the ...

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Broccoli not only possesses beauty in its appearance, it has the advantage of being packed with minerals, vitamins, and nutrients. It is part of the edible ...

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Most of the readers here may be familiar with the words “probiotics” and “prebiotics” and are also aware of the health benefits towards the well-being of the ...

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You will find them on your dinner table most nights, they accompany most meals, and they taste absolutely delicious. However, these days with a spike in the ...

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Government guidelines recommend 30g of fibre per day to sustain a healthy, balanced diet, however evidence shows that the average adult consumes less than 20g ...

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Oats are a well-known staple for millions of people, and not without good reason! They are easy to cook, can be used in countless recipes, and are readily ...

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In the cold depths of winter, I enjoy nothing more than curling up on the sofa with a lovely cup of tea and watching Ant and Dec laugh and squirm at all the ...

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Cereals, pastries, pancakes, yogurts and jams…particularly in the UK and US are seen as 'normal' breakfast foods - but are these really the best way to start ...

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Takeaway pizzas, with their high saturated fat, salt and calorie content, have scared fitness enthusiasts away from the lightly-floured, decadent and doughy ...

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Bread is one of the oldest man-made foods, and to this day remains an absolute staple found in 99% of UK households. 12 million loaves are sold every day, the ...

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Oats are whole grains and as such offer a variety of health benefits. According to a Harvard university study, people who eat oats and whole grains live longer ...

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Lentils, like beans and peas, belong to the legume family. These pulses grow in pods and can be bulk bought canned or dried, depending on one’s budget and ...

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Scientifically known by the name asparagus officinalis, the vegetable dates back to at least 3000 BC and has been seen captured as a blessing or benefaction on ...

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Forget the coronavirus lockdown, at least while you're indoors anyway! Try out some fortifying comforting recipes for the soul. Below are my 5 personal ...

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