Tag Archives: healthy eating

Don’t want to be labelled obese? Obey the labels!

Women who don’t read food labels are an average 9lbs heavier than their content-querying counterparts. That’s like half a stone and then some!

Coffee good for the brain? I ought to be the next Einstein!

Part two of yesterday’s article, Foods that are naturally healthy for body, mind and soul; today’s seven make up the top ten as advised by The Cooking Academy.

Foods that are naturally healthy for body, mind and soul

I’m not talking processed ready meals that fit nicely into a points program – if that’s your idea of healthy eating, me and you need to have a little chat.

Celebrate National Cherry Day with a summer fruit crumble

For sweetness, this dish uses natural sugars within the fruits, fibre in the oats, protein in the hazelnuts & Chia seeds contain more omega-3 per gm than salmon.

The first recipe on cookery courses – pasta n peppers

I’m sure half of these online food stores print recipes that incorporate exotic ingredients just so that people will buy more of their range; there’s no need.

A recipe for success on cookerycourses.co.uk

Recipes give you the prep time, ingredients and method, but not a lot about what good the meal does you. That’s what we hope to change on cookerycourses.co.uk

Food Recycling will grow by teaching others better values

The key is to get people to eat more wisely and have a very real appreciation of why it has both planet-friendly values and delivers a more nutritious diet.

Unilever to instigate UK healthy eating out campaign

The answers were not only an eye-opener as to how clued up customers are, but also by how far the catering industry was missing its target audience’s tastes.

Infants and parents keen on cookery classes at Norfolk school

Wednesday mornings at Costeesey have not been the same since, in 2008, the school accepted Lottery funding as part of the “Let’s Get Cooking” project.

More than just a cookery course from Arthritis Ireland

The initiative was the brainchild of Arthritis Ireland, who developed the course based on results from a healthy eating survey carried out amongst its members.