How to lower your cholesterol by up to 25%, diets that make you fat and our new favourite vegetarian recipes… just a few of the reasons why you should pick up a copy of Healthy Food Guide today.
We could pick so many of our favourite features but here are some highlights from the July issue…
HFG Food and Drink Awards 2017
After tasting hundreds of products the results are in! The Healthy Food Guide Food & Drink Awards 2017 winners, all scored on taste and nutrition, can be discovered here.
Five reasons to eat in colour
Eat your way to good health with seasonal produce – nutrition editor Amanda Ursell helps you get the required nutrients from five different fruit and veg.
Lower your cholesterol by numbers
Making some changes to your diet could be all it takes to lower your cholesterol by up to 25%. Follow the figures to reduce cholesterol build up – and you could be saying hello to better health in no time.
The diet trends that keep you fat
From fad diets to trendy ways to keep trim, there’s an abundance of nutritional advice that claims to help you shift the weight. Find out why weight-loss tips such as juicing and ditching dairy aren’t going to make a change to your figure or your health.
Big up your burger
Burgers are a summer barbecue staple – enjoy the family favourite and avoid a diet disaster with our guilt-free recipes that are low in fat, calories or saturated fats. This Mexican chicken burger with a side of sweet potato wedges is less than 500 calories per serving!
Healthy makeover: spanakopita
Transport yourself to Greece with our low-calorie, high-protein version of the classic filo pastry pie.
Our new meat-free favourites
Make meat-free Monday mighty with these brand new, exciting vegetarian recipes. Forget about that boring omelette and dig into a plate of these sweetcorn, courgette and tofu fritters.
Summer fruit showstoppers
Make the most of summer stone fruit, refreshing watermelon and sweet blueberries with our impressive, delicious healthier treats.
The HFG get fit guide: Part four – tennis
Playing tennis burns an average of 517 calories an hour. Give your fitness its best shot and hit the court this summer – our guide advises how to get started, how you can improve and what the benefits are.
How I stay healthy: Chetna Makan
Known for her alluring, decadent bakes that saw her through to the semi-finals on GBBO, Chetna believes she is a balance of healthy food and cake. Find out how this popular baker stays healthy, while still enjoying the odd treat.
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