A healthier snack perfect for children and adults, this bar is packed with nutrients. Both Almonds and sesame seeds are a good source of fiber, calcium, B vitamins, protein, magnesium, iron and zinc, and are considered heart healthy.
With oats in the media this morning on it’s heart and gut benefits, I spoke to Ciara Plunkett from KFM on how to incorporate them into our diets and why they are so good for us. Why are oats good … Continued
Homemade granola is so simple, inexpensive and can vary every time you eat it, depending on what nuts and seed you have. A lot of shop bough granola’s are full of sugar because of the dried fruit content. If you would … Continued
Most of us still enjoy wearing green for St Patrick’s Day, but how about eating green too? Here are just a few of the highly nutritious green foods you can include in your diet this year. Avocado Often avoided due … Continued
Kale, a member of the cabbage family, is one of the healthiest and most nutritious plant foods in existence. It is loaded with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. It can help lower cholesterol, is one of the world’s best sources of … Continued
Often avoided due to their relatively high fat content, Avocados are one of the best foods you can eat! Most of the fat is monounsaturated fat, which is considered to be a “good fat” which reduces levels of bad cholesterol in … Continued
Do you bloat after your yearly dose of pancakes and put it down to just eating too many? Have you ever considered it may not be the quantity but you may in fact be intolerant to some of the ingredients … Continued