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How to lower your cholesterol (and still eat tasty food)

Posted on April 5, 2017 by Helen Field

Too much cholesterol in your blood can increase your risk of heart disease as well as other cardiovascular diseases. So how can you reduce your risk of developing coronary heart disease? Read this blog to get some quick, easy tips on altering what you eat. Your healthier life starts here!

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Five overnight oats recipes to get excited about

Posted on March 29, 2017 by Brynna Gabrielson
If you're on the go and looking for a nutritious and filling breakfast, then you can't really go wrong with a jar of overnight oats. They're simple to prepare in advance, and can be customised with a multitude of ingredients to create a number of tasty variations. Previously we shared five great recipes for you to try, and now we've got five more - this time with a pudding theme! Continue Reading

Try this breakfast trend: Sweet Potato Toast

Posted on February 21, 2017 by Brynna Gabrielson
If you haven't been keeping track, there's a new breakfast trend - Sweet Potato Toast - and to be honest, we can't get enough of it! This delicious take on a traditional breakfast staple cuts out bread while filling your tummy with all the goodness that comes from sweet potatoes. Read on to find out more! Continue Reading

5 hacks to make your pizza crust healthier

Posted on February 7, 2017 by Brynna Gabrielson
Pizza is beloved my many of us, but has often been tarred by label of 'Junk Food'. While you can pile it high with veggies, there's no escaping that the crust and plentiful helpings of cheese do make pizza a high calorie meal.  If you're cutting back, it's a difficult one to justify in your diet. But all pizza needn't follow the traditional composition. Swap out that bread based crust and you can make your pizza a whole lot healthier. Read on for some of our favourite pizza crust hacks! Continue Reading

Warming winter lunches to make in your slow cooker Featured

Posted on February 1, 2017 by Brynna Gabrielson
Prepping your lunches for the week, ahead of time is a great way to both save money and eat healthier. In a matter of a few hours on the weekend you can put together a week's worth of delicious meals to enjoy Monday to Friday. Slow cookers make the process even easier, as you can toss the ingredients in on Sunday morning, and then divvy them out into containers Sunday evening - ready to go the next day. Here are some delicious warming lunches you might want to give a try in your slow cooker this winter. Continue Reading