Felicity Curtain

Dietitian

Tag Archive for ‘healthy’

Top 10 ‘healthy’ foods that aren’t so healthy

While you certainly don’t need a nutrition degree to make healthy food choices, it’s all too easy to be inadvertently sucked in by products with significantly less nutritional value than we imagine. Clever marketing, deceptive packaging and mixed messages from ‘experts’ all work to confound us, and we find ourselves stocking up on sugary or fatty products under the impression that they are ‘health foods’. With that in mind, here […]

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The Paleo diet

Everyone knows someone who’s gone Paleo. Diet trends come and go, but the theme of the minute seems to be going back to basics – eliminating the unnecessary and taking a primordial approach to our food choices. Forget quitting sugar – why not eat like a cave man? The Paleo movement has garnered serious support from dieters and non-dieters alike, both for its straightforward ‘rules’ and for apparent logic – […]

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On the topic of peanut butter…

Peanut butter is one of my greatest food loves. (See my go-to breakfast – peanut butter-banana oats) And it’s perhaps because of my blind dedication to the spread that the nutritionist side of me has up until now been pretty lazy when it comes to making the healthiest peanut buttery choice. Idly I would scrawl ‘peanut butter’ on the communal shopping list (yes, I still live at home), and magically […]

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5 of the Best… Healthy Pancake Recipes

If you follow me on Instagram, you may be aware of my appreciation for pancakes. Particularly midweek. Probably the reason for this inclination is that by tweaking a few ingredients, pancakes can remain just as delicious, but still can make up a nutritious and satisfying breakfast.  Often my pancake crusade has ended up a complete mess and thrown straight into the bin, but here are my favourite 5 recipes, that […]

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