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Easy ways to reduce plastic use

Plastic has become the hot topic of conversation in recent months, with organisations urging people to use less in their everyday lives. Here are some ways of reducing the amount of plastic you use in your home.
  • Jun. 06

The Go-To Foods for IBS Breakouts

Those who suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and those who are close to IBS sufferers know that it’s simply a matter of managing the condition by staying away from certain foods, but it’s only simple in concept and a lot more complicated in application. It’s almost as if you don’t quite believe that you […]
  • May. 31

Making Cocktails Can Be a Fun Social Occasion

You may be wondering how the alcohol beverages of cocktails fit in with a healthy eating website? The answer is simply that as adults we all deserve to treat ourselves from time to time; so why not do it in style?
  • May. 30

Making Cooking A Family Friendly Activity

As parents, we strive to ensure that what our children eat is as good and healthy as we can guarantee it to be. While we can’t always be there to ensure they follow our guidance as they get older, we can try to get them off to the best start in life, health-wise.
  • May. 29

How to avoid gluten cross-contamination at home

Coeliac disease and gluten intolerance are becoming more widely understood amongst the general population, but many people are still surprised by just how sensitive to gluten these conditions make sufferers. This is why cross-contamination often still affects people avoiding gluten, whether it occurs in restaurants, when eating at a friend’s house or even within their […]
  • May. 10

Tips for Planning an Unforgettable Party

If you’re planning on pulling all the stops out for a big birthday or life event then why not throw a party to remember? Whether you’re planning it for yourself or as a surprise for a loved one, a party is the perfect way to bring friends together and have a good time. Throwing a […]
  • Apr. 25

How Will Brexit Impact the Catering and Hospitality Industries?

Brexit developments are keeping the nation glued. As the story unfolds, it could be difficult to keep track of the aspects of the food, catering and hospitality industries. We talked to catering supplies specialists Nisbets, who recently surveyed 823 professionals about Brexit’s impact on their businesses. Here are some takeaways from the interview.
  • Mar. 26

The Health Benefits of Filling up on Salads

If you’ve heard it once you’ve probably heard it many times, that being just how healthy salads are as an alternative to some of the heavier meals we often feed ourselves. But what exactly are these health benefits? It’s worth exploring so that next time you’re faced with a choice you know exactly what the […]
  • Mar. 02

Why Seafood is Generally So Healthy

As perhaps the most popular and most widely consumed variety of seafood, fish is always cited as perhaps the healthiest food you can eat based on its almost pure nutritional content of protein. It’s a pity about anyone who is actually allergic to fish because not only is it a very healthy food, but it […]
  • Mar. 02

Bagged Tea Alternatives – Simple Tea Recipes

There’s a story of how some French conglomerate went over to South Africa to try and assume ownership of the rights to the famous rooibos (“red bush”) tea, much to their justified disappointment of course. Had they succeeded in their self-serving quest it would make for a perfect example of what’s wrong with the way […]
  • Dec. 14