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Eating Well for Chronic Liver Disease 

The liver is truly astonishing. It’s like our own personal little beehive situated in the upper right side of our abdomen, buzzing away as we go about our lives unaware of the powerhouse at work within us.   Of it’s many essential roles, the major functions of the liver’s cells (or as I like to think of them, the liver’s worker bees) are to digest, metabolise, store and utilise nutrients from […]

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Vegetable Tortellini Bake

On a cold winter’s night, when you’re tired after a long day, the desire for comfort food can be strong. With the right recipe, there’s no reason why you can’t make yourself a hot bowl of delicious pasta without compromising on your nutrition. Lucky for you, this vegetable and tortellini bake is just the recipe […]

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Teriyaki Chicken

A delicious, hot plate of Asian takeaway has comfort food written all over it. However, this kind of takeaway is expensive, often takes over 30 minutes to deliver and is high in energy due to added fats and sugars. To help you enjoy a lazy Friday night with a delicious Asian meal, we created this […]

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Salmon, Beans and Coleslaw

Help! You’ve got to work and you’ve forgotten your lunch! Dang it! Never fear, just head to your nearest supermarket and grab these 4 ingredients. This recipe is part of our healthy convenience meal series and is a protein, fibre and nutrient rich meal with no cooking but plenty of enjoyment. Ingredients (serves 2) 200g […]

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Cajun Fish and Noodle Salad

This recipe brings together the unique flavours of cajun spice, orange, fennel and mint. It is deliciously fresh and will keep you feeling full and satisfied while ticking your key nutritional goals of protein, fibre, vegetables and healthy fats. You can throw this meal together in under 20 minutes for an easy weeknight dinner. Ingredients […]

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Feeding Fussy Kids: The Importance of When 

In the first article of this fussy eating series I introduced Ellyn Satter’s Division of Responsibility – if you missed it then check it out here.    As a quick recap, the Division of Responsibility outlines the roles of both caregivers and children when it comes to food and meal times. Children have just the one responsibility – they decide how much to eat. We, the care giver’s, are […]

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Balancing Your Plate After Weight-Loss Surgery 

Changing the way you eat after weight-loss surgery is inevitable. After all, that’s exactly how weight-loss surgery works. It’s supposed to make you feel satisfied on a much smaller portion of food.  You might find yourself trying to push the limit at each meal; eating as much on the plate as you can before crossing that fine line between “ooh, I’m stuffed” to “oops, I’ve thrown up”. Regardless of […]

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Moroccan Chicken with CousCous

Healthy eating becomes more difficult than it needs to be when your food is boring and tasteless. That’s not the case with this super simple meal the whole family will love! Using a simple spice mix and lemon juice, plus some tasty whole foods, you’ll have a dinner you’ll come back to time and time […]

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Pulled Pork Sandwich Thins

This recipe is proof that healthy, weight loss friendly meals do not need to be boring, restrictive or difficult. Don’t ever let anyone tell you otherwise. Get a tasty serve of protein, some clever high fibre carbohydrates plus a full serve of vegetables in less than 10 minutes! This recipe is perfect for busy week […]

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