Food is always making headlines but 2020 it seemed to dominate in a way I don't remember experiencing before. Here are some of the topics which came up (and I've linked a few articles in case you have time on your hands!): Food shortages - shops limiting pasta purchases, shops running out of frozen vegSourdough!… Continue reading 2020 the year food hit the headlines
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Babies start to have solid foods around 6 months. It is important that babies get introduced to a range of tastes and textures but there are some foods to avoid. If you have allergies, there may be some other foods to avoid but speak to your health visitor or GP for specific advice. Added salt… Continue reading Foods to avoid at 6 months
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Fruit and vegetables: Achieving 5 a day can be a challenge on a budget but for most people it is possible. Here are some tips on how to eat your 5 portions on a budget alongside quality proteins, dairy and starchy carbohydrate.
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Image: Commons Wikimedia -https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:CSIRO_ScienceImage_3224_Pulses_and_legumes.jpg This is a very complicated question because there are so many factors involved, but it has been the subject of much debate over the last few years. The latest headline comes from work by scientists at Harvard University in the USA. The proposed diet moves us all away from eating… Continue reading Does healthy eating have to hurt the planet?
The humble jacket potato gets a lot a bad press but potatoes are a good source of starchy carbohydrate and vitamins, we just need to be careful what we put on them. Jacket potatoes are also a relatively cheap meal. The focus should be on the vegetables. For a main meal, aim to have 2… Continue reading Jacket potato with tuna and salad