Hunger. We all experience it, several times a day. Or at least we should experience it several times a day. Modern life means that for some, true hunger is never really experienced. Instead, some are bombarded with mixed messages all day, meaning that their intrinsic hunger cues are subdued. More eating occasions throughout the… Continue reading What are you hungry for?
Do you feel bamboozled by the ever expanding cereal aisle? Not sure what you should be looking for in a cereal? You're not alone. Supermarkets and food companies hope that you are confused so that you will succumb to strategic product placement, weekly specials, and clever marketing claims on front of packet. I am going… Continue reading What breakfast cereal should I be eating?
Following a low FODMAP eating plan can often limit food options. This should not impact your enjoyment over the festive period. With endless parties, gatherings and ultimately Christmas day, it would be nice to have a list of "safe" foods that you know are not going to send you to the bathroom or leave you doubled… Continue reading How to enjoy a Low FODMAP Christmas
Welcome to 2015. As we enter into a new year, have you thought about improving your health? Perhaps pondered making different food choices, or simply trying to cook more? Sound familiar? January is traditionally a time for reflection after the Christmas holiday break and over-indulging. Often weight loss thoughts come to mind. Don't be tempted… Continue reading 2015 – Your year for health
It is quite common for toddlers and young children to start exerting their independence by refusing certain foods, or frequently changing what their favourite food is. One week it's cheese toasted sandwiches, then the next they hate cheese, but want strawberry jam, no crusts! Sound familiar? When introducing a new food to a child, the… Continue reading Top 3 tips for fussy eaters.