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There seems to be so much controversy over eating soya. Is it healthy or not?
Your check list – because nobody likes food poisoning!
Often, especially in processed food products, reduced-fat items have more added sugar to enhance their flavour!
The general consensus is to stay below 400mg of caffeine per day. Sounds simple enough, until you consider that coffee is probably only one part of your daily caffeine equation. Here’s how much you could be taking in…
There’s been a lot of talk lately about olive oil and whether it’s actually good for you or not. Here’s what food editor Amy Rankin found out extra-virgin olive oil and its nutritional values and benefits…
So you use Stevia as an alternative to sugar, but do you have any idea what it’s made up of or how many kilojoules you’re consuming? Our dietician has some insight into different types of sweeteners…
On a carb-free diet? What can you eat for energy? Our dietician has some advice…
Between the Banters and the gluten-intolerant, bread has developed a bad rep. Nowadays there are many varieties available and we want to know your thoughts on this table staple.
How do you make sure that exercising doesn’t make you eat more? Our expert Paola Wood has the answer!
It’s a myth that beer is equal to six slices of bread and can actually be pretty low in kilojoules. Here’s our pick of the lightest…
Do you know what whey is? And will it help you lose weight? Here’s the answer! A type of protein found in dairy foods and supplements that may help trim and tone your body.
You’ve been told to drink two litres a day and that water will help with weight loss. Is that really true though? Our dietician clarifies…