5 Tips To Drinking Beer Responsibly

5 Tips To Drinking Beer Responsibly

Tips To Drinking Beer – Being the most popular alcoholic beverage in existence, beer is everywhere. In certain situations, it is readily available and may present a problem for anyone who is not familiar with its side effects or being responsible in this situation. 5 Tips To Drinking Beer Responsibly To Drink minimum quantities. If

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Guide to coconut milk 2

Guide to coconut milk

HFG senior nutritionist Rose Carr investigates the nutritional value and differences between coconut products. Guide to coconut milk – When a coconut is opened it contains coconut water and white flesh. The water is an almost clear juice, and the flesh can be referred to as the meat. Coconut milk and coconut cream are made

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Life without gluten 3

Life without gluten

A diagnosis of coeliac disease means a gluten-free way of life — and for many, freedom from pain and discomfort. Life without gluten Every year at the Gluten Free Food & Allergy Shows around the country, I meet people who tell me stories of transformation. They often start the same way: a long time —

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Healthy holiday habits

Don’t bring back that extra baggage! HFG senior nutritionist Rose Carr has advice on how to avoid summer holiday weight gain. Here’s the good news: US research tells us traditional holiday weight gain is actually far less than many people estimate. Unfortunately, the same research tells us that the average half kilo gained (in this

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Ask Niki: Quarg 5

Ask Niki: Quarg

Where can you buy quarg from and if you can’t find it, can you use alternative products in its place? Q: “I’ve seen quarg listed as an ingredient in some of your recipes and I’m keen to try it. But I’m having no luck finding quarg in my supermarket. Where can I get it from,

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How gluten free is gluten free? 6

How gluten free is gluten free?

Niki Bezzant talked to specialist dietitian Anna Richards about the trials of eating out when you have coeliac disease. It’s relatively easy to eat gluten free when you’re cooking your own food. There are more foods that do not contain gluten than do. It’s easy to eat fruit and vegetables, meat, fish, chicken, eggs, milk,

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Pre-diabetes: Know your chances, reduce your risk 7

Pre-diabetes: Know your chances, reduce your risk

One in four New Zealanders has pre-diabetes — but most don’t know it. Happily, this condition is often reversible. Here’s what you need to know to reduce your risk. Many people are totally unaware they’ve developed pre-diabetes, a condition that raises the risk of cardiovascular disease, which can lead to a heart attack or stroke.

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What really drives you to eat

What really drives you to eat?

The surprising reasons why we accidentally overeat. HFG nutritionist Claire Turnbull coaches us through the hidden traps in our eating environment — and how to beat them. Stop for a minute and have a think about what you have eaten so far today. Maybe you had three meals like you always do? Perhaps you have just

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