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There are so many good things in life and food is definitely one of them. Here we’ll be sharing nutrition bits and pieces as well as what’s happening in the foodie world.

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  • Health-Trends_Sugar
    10 February 2017
    Have a heart healthy Valentine’s day
    It’s the month of love and we’re celebrating our hearts! They keep pumping life-giving blood all around our bodies, so we really do need to look after them as much as we can. Here are 8 foods to indulge in and share this February to give your heart a little TLC. Fatty fish Fish, especially fatty types, are what we should be eating for a healthy heart boost as they contain omega-3 fatty acids which do all sorts of wonderful things to help prevent heart disease. You’ll find them in Continue Reading...
  • Kauai_Newsletter_veggies
    19 January 2017
    Top 5 health food trends for 2017
      Clean eating: Clean eating is all about choosing foods in their most natural form possible, opting for unrefined grains, choosing healthy proteins and fats, and avoiding overly processed foods and added sugars. It also encompasses being more informed about the food-to-table journey of the food you’re eating – how it was farmed, sourced, manufactured etc. If you’re following a well-balanced and varied diet, clean eating probably sounds very similar to the diet your following anyway, but if your diet is high in processed foods, it may seem tricky to Continue Reading...
  • Kauai_Newsletter_veggies
    28 October 2016
    Three easy ways to up your veggie intake
    Summer is synonymous with salads and lighter foods, so how do you make sure you still get enough veggies in your diet? The trick is to move away from boiled, oven-baked options and go with easier, quicker options like stir-frying, steaming or just keeping your vegetables raw and adding them to what you would normally eat on a hot summers day. Here are three easy options to try at every meal: 1) Add vegetables to your smoothies or juices – nutrient-dense kale is a great option to add to your breakfast Continue Reading...
  • Raspberries
    27 September 2016
    Sugar-wise – Tips for cutting down on your sugar intake
    The recent debates about South Africa’s proposed sugar tax have highlighted the negative effects of having too much sugar in your diet: sugar is associated with a variety of health problems, from cavities and fatigue to diabetes, heart disease, and obesity. If you’re concerned about your sugar intake and want to cut back, read on for some helpful advice and easy tips from our nutritionist, Leslie Scott. Not looking for too much sugar in your drink? Then try a smoothie with a mix of fruit and vegetables. That way, you Continue Reading...
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    03 August 2012
    Lesley Scott
    Lesley’s passion lies in nutrition education and healthy eating within a healthy lifestyle....

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