Healthy Food Shopping - Healthy Eating
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|Eight weeks to better eating9|
Eating habits are just that— habits. Try to alter them all at once and you’ll probably be back to your old ways in no time. But by making a few changes every week over the course of eight weeks, you’ll find yourself with a new way of eating that you can embrace for life.
|The Facts on Spinach6|
Spinach is one of the best sources of the B vitamin folate – a cancer fighter.
|Tips for going organic5|
If you don’t want to go 100 per cent organic, minimise your exposure to agricultural chemicals by buying organic versions of the produce you use most.
Gwyneth Paltrow promotes it. Jessica Alba considers it Tweet-worthy when she “falls off the wagon” for a day. Gluten-free foods and diets are everywhere. Chances are, if you haven’t already gone gluten-free, you’ve thought about it. But what does that mean, really? And is it the right choice for you?
|Facts About Avocado2|
Like olives, this unusual fruit is an incredibly concentrated source of healthy fat.
|9 tricks for getting quality and quantity when you shop for food2|
Follow these tips to save money on your grocery shopping.
|How to shop smarter at the supermarket1|
Savvy grocery-shopping tips.
|Facts About SoySoy is one of the most nutritious plant foods and the only legume that provides complete protein.||Fresh is best - 10 ways to always get fresh fruit and vegetablesMany kinds of vegetables, fruit and perishable goods start to lose nutrition and flavour from the moment they’re harvested. By making 'fresh, local, seasonal’ your mantra, and eating them as soon as possible, you’ll enjoy top taste and great health, while saving money and creating minimal impact on the environment.||Buying fresh fruit and vegetablesLook for firm, brightly coloured and blemish-free produce. Avoid wrinkled, cracked or broken skins or dry, brittle stems and, when buying fruit, choose pieces that feel heavy for their size.|
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