Author: Ann White

  • Ann White
  • 24 Oct 2013

Roast Fish with Ginger

This roast fish dish is easy taking only 30 minutes from start to finish. Packed with protein and full of ginger flavour it makes a great mid-week meal.

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  • Ann White
  • 22 Oct 2013

Health Benefits of Fructose?

Last week the EU ruled that if food manufacturers replaced a proportion of some sugars in their products with fructose they could claim health benefits. Is this good news? We don’t think so.

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Digestive Distress

Do you get that sinking feeling after a big meal? Help your body help itself by following our top tips to increase your digestive power – some simple healthy snacks could make all the difference.

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  • Ann White
  • 18 Oct 2013

Recipe of the Week – Orange Glazed Tempeh

This recipe is a lovely warming dish for the autumn and a great way to experiment with tempeh for the first time, or try something different if it’s an ingredient you cook with regularly.

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  • Ann White
  • 17 Oct 2013

The Right Snacks Reduce Weight

Are snacks good for losing and maintaining weight or do they just cause you to pile on the pounds? It all depends – find out more about the three magic ingredients that can help you feel fuller for longer and help you change how much you eat.

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Top Tips for Healthy Snack Habits

So we all think we know which snacks are healthy but sometimes it’s just not the case. Here’s some research that highlights some common misconceptions – and why they might mean your healthy snacking isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.

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  • Ann White
  • 16 Oct 2013

Top 5 Tips – Easier Healthy Eating

It’s World Food Day today so food is definitely the topic of conversation. But how do you ensure you’re getting health snacks and meals and how can we have malnutrition in the UK when food is so plentiful? Here are our top 5 tips to make it easier to eat more healthily.

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  • Ann White
  • 10 Oct 2013

Recipe of the Week – Pan Roasted Shallots with Squash and Sprouts

Our recipe of the week uses our food of the week – shallots. These tasty little veg are members of the onion family and this recipe combines them with carotenoid-packed butternut squash and brussel sprouts (a cruciferous vegetable which may help your liver function). A tasty side dish to serve with meat or fish, or a great vegetarian dish in it’s own right if you add some tofu or sprinkle with a crunchy seed and nut topping.

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  • Ann White
  • 04 Oct 2013

Recipe of the week – Beetroot Pancakes

Want to include a bit of colour in your breakfast this weekend? These pancakes are pretty pink and a really novel way of using beetroot. If you’ve got any left over heat them up later for a healthy snack.

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  • Ann White
  • 03 Oct 2013

October Star Brand – Rude Health

Rude Health are our star brand this month – find out more about the healthy snacks delivered in your Nutribox from Rude Health, and their mission to revolutionise our eating habits one meal at a time.

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