Guide To Fats : The Good vs Bad

September 28 2017

Fat is an essential part of our diet and is important for good health. There are different types of fats, and some are healthier than others. Unsaturated fats are healthy fats and are an important part of a healthy diet. These fats help reduce the risk of heart disease and lower cholesterol levels when they replace saturated...

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Recipe of the Week: Baked Honey Garlic Salmon in Foil 

September 24 2017

Photo by Eatwell101 A baked salmon fillet coated in honey mustard garlic and broiled to a flaky finish? Who’s in? Dinner perfection in just 25 minutes, you’re going to love this recipe! This delicious seafood dinner is both tangy, sweet and good for your heart!   INGREDIENTS 1 pound (450g) side of salmon 1/2 cup (125ml) honey...

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Struggling On The Toilet? 10 Best Foods For Constipation Relief

September 22 2017

When you couldn’t poop for days, it hurts like hell. Constipation is one of the most common medical complaints in Australia. Constipation can be caused by medical conditions such as hypothyroidism, inflammatory bowel disease, medications, and other factors that may be out of your control, but for most of us, it’s caused by what we’re eating...

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10 Great Diabetes Superfoods

September 19 2017

Vegetables are good for you, yet not all greens are created equal.  Nutrients in an iceberg lettuce may not be as plentiful as those in spinach. The glycemic index (GI) of a food also varies and can help you make healthy choices. GI measures how quickly a food can raise your blood sugar. Foods with...

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The Ugly Feeling Of Heartburn: Foods To Avoid

September 17 2017

Gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GORD) occurs when stomach acid leaks from the stomach and moves up into the oesophagus (food pipe). Having GORD is not an easy task, especially when heartburn surprises you during the day or even at night. Although doctors debate which foods actually cause reflux symptoms, certain foods have been shown to cause...

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Iron Deficiency? No Problem. Iron-Rich Foods To Combat Anemia.

September 16 2017

Iron deficiency is common. Iron is an essential mineral for our bodies and when iron levels are too low it can cause anaemia – a deficiency of haemoglobin, the oxygen carrying molecule in our red blood cells. This can lead to fatigue, tiredness and decreased immunity. Our bodies cannot produce iron, so you need to get...

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15 Surprising Dairy-Free Sources of Calcium

September 15 2017

Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the body and is found naturally in a wide variety of foods and beverage. For example, there’s 290mg of calcium in a standard cup of milk, but what if you can’t drink milk? Whether you’re lactose-intolerant or just sick of wine and cheese parties, here are all the unexpected ways...

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Tips To Kick Bad Eating Habits

September 13 2017

There are instances when we feel guilty of skipping breakfast, munching junk foods as part of our daily diet, or ordering a bad takeout. If only we can change that and start eating right. The truth is we can fix our eating habits and completely remove those old bad habits into the curb. Here are...

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Nutrition Tips To Heal Wounds Fast

September 12 2017

It is very inconvenient and sometimes irritating to have a wound, scratch or even a minor scrape. You worry about cleaning and keeping it away from infection and constantly ask yourself when will your wound heal? Did you know that food choices and nutritional status can influence wound healing? Because nutrients are also lost in...

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Eating Tips For A Healthy Heart

September 10 2017

Eating a varied, well-balanced healthy diet can help you achieve and maintain a healthy weight, and have the energy to live your life to the fullest. But did you know that healthy eating can also help with things like your blood pressure and cholesterol? It’s never too late to start eating healthier foods, and you’ll...

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