Monthly Archives: March 2016
The Sugar Tax….a small step on a difficult road
There is understandable controversy about the new Sugar Tax, in the UK, but can we at least agree that it helps in the various efforts, to build awareness of the magnitude of the problem facing us, as regards hidden sugar in foods? Working with this subject, I am regularly presented with new foods that pretend…Read More
To Caf or De-caf? Is that the question?
Is Caffeine good or bad for us? This question keeps coming back to me, and especially recently, after I was challenged at my last BUPA check to see if I could give it up….and did. It makes me that little bit more difficult when meeting friends ‘for a coffee’, but does it make me any…Read More
Nut cereal as a substitute for a grain cereal, is a most satisfying and easy breakfast and, with all those healthy fats, it keeps you full for ages. Take a hand full of each of your favourite raw and unsalted nuts. Blitz them to a crunchy mix together with a dessertspoon or more of crushed…Read More
Show compassion for us Sugar Addicts!
This is NO JOKE. The war on sugar is going on all around us – and I am one of the warriors. But in all this effort to build awareness of hidden sugars in most processed foods and the threat of getting fat, destroying brain function and a whole host of serious long term debilitating…Read More