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Unsure what to do with tofu? Try this quick but tasty stir-fry – marinate the tofu ahead of time and you will have a meal on the table in under 30 minutes.
If you’re feeling overworked, overscheduled and are struggling to juggle all the demands on your time, forever rushing from one place to the next, you’re not alone. While technology has given us an abundance of time-saving devices, it seems that we are using that time to do more and more, and our lives are more frantic and fast-paced than ever before.
This loaf makes a fantastic breakfast or healthy snack when toasted and topped with a little low fat ricotta.
Following recommended nutrition and physical activity guidelines for preventing cancer can reduce your risk of developing cancer by at least 10% and your risk of dying from cancer by around 25%, according to US researchers.
This month is Dry July, an initiative which encourages individuals to abstain from drinking alcohol for a month, raising sponsorship funds to benefit the lives of those living with cancer.
A delicious and quick mid week meal for the whole family.
If you want to live a long and healthy life then don’t cut carbs, just choose the right ones. That’s the message from a new Australian study.
Colds and flu are more common in the winter months, partly due to the fact that we spend more time indoors in close contact with others, but getting sick isn’t an inevitable part of winter. In fact paying a bit of extra attention to your lifestyle habits can go a long way towards boosting your immune system and staying well.
If time is a barrier to exercise then this new study from Canadian researchers might appeal.
A great winter warmer for lunch or dinner.
At NND we find that most people think they simply need to cut down on fat if they want to lower cholesterol levels. But there’s actually much more to lowering cholesterol levels with diet than just this.
There’s certainly no shortage of nutrition information available to us, but how do you know what to believe? As dietitians, we answer questions about this all the time – there’s so much conflicting information out there it’s not surprising many people are confused about what to eat!
At NND we often explain the problems with the ‘all or nothing’ approach when it comes to improving your eating habits and losing weight, and this is what The Good Enough Diet is all about.
A team of US researchers who found that replacing just 30 minutes of sedentary time with light activity can reduce your risk of death by 20%.
At NND we often talk about the importance of moving more and taking regular breaks from sitting, and now here’s a tool to help you do just that.
This soba-noodle salad is light and refreshing, with clean Japanese flavours. It takes just minutes to prepare, using pre-marinated tofu available from supermarkets. Mirin is sweet Japanese cooking wine and is available from the Asian section of supermarkets.
Easter has come and gone but if chocolate is still on your mind you might be pleased to know that there’s now a growing body of research showing that your favourite indulgence might not be as bad as once thought and may actually offer some health benefits.
Gluten-free diets have been increasing in popularity over recent years, with an explosion of gluten-free foods on the market. At NND we find that many people are confused about gluten. Should you be avoiding it? Are gluten-free foods healthier? Will going gluten-free help you lose weight? We discuss what gluten is, who needs a gluten-free diet and the pros and cons of going gluten-free.