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Healthy Food Guide UK February 2019

Healthy Food Guide is like having your own personal dietitian in your bag. Every issue brings together a mix of delicious and nutritious recipes, expert nutrition advice and informative health features in one glossy compact magazine.

United Kingdom
Eye to Eye Media
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12 Numéros


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The fascination with gut health continues – and with good reason. More and more evidence is emerging about how a healthy gut can help our immunity, mood and even weight loss. I started navel gazing two years ago after speaking to gut guru Tim Spector. Following his advice, I’ve been including probiotics in my diet to help my good bacteria flourish. For me, it’s mainly kefir drinks or yogurt and the lightly sparkling kombucha drink. Sauerkraut is an acquired taste! This month we asked Dr Megan Rossi, a dietitian at the cutting edge of research, to share the gut-friendly food and drink we need to add to our diets. Read about the easy win-wins we can all do (p16). Plant-based eating, quality sleep and reversing type 2 diabetes are the other…

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editor’s buys

CLEAN-UP TIME Since I got a copy of this gem of a book, I’ve been trying out vinegar to refresh my appliances and bathroom sink and to beat bloating. All from a budget basic! The Miracle of Vinegar by Aggie MacKenzie and Emma Marsden, Harper Collins, £9.99 EASY-FIT I’ve kept my fitness resolutions on track so far by playing absorbing podcasts on the go. These ergonomic Bluetooth headphones are light, comfy, adjustable and never get tangled in my bag. Jakan headphones, £69.99, urbanears.com PLANT NIGHT IN I got to taste a lot of the 60 products in the new M&S Plant Kitchen range last month. This creamy, satisfying lasagne is now on my shopping list for no-cook nights. Plant Kitchen Lasagne, £3/400g, Marks & Spencer…

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meet our experts

‘I stick with wholegrains and do my best to get a regular mix of different vegetables and fruits. It seems that above all, whether you follow a flexi, veggie or vegan style of eating, getting these basics embedded into your daily eating plan is a vital part of the dietary equation when it comes to enhancing the diversity of ‘good’ microbiota in a your gut.’ AMANDA URSELL is HFG’s nutrition editor. She has a degree in nutrition and a post-graduate diploma in dietetics ‘I make sure my diet is as diverse as possible with plenty of fibre. The easiest way to do this is to stock up on canned beans – try adding them to your stews, salads, soups or sauces for an easy fibre boost to most meals.’ RORY LARKIN is a…

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why you can trust us

We look at the science behind the headlines to clear up mixed messages about current health issues. Our experts examine the body of evidence, never just one isolated study, before presenting information as fact. You’ll find the references to our news and features on p96. We promote a balanced way of eating Our dietitians and nutritionists are fully qualified and can help you break free from yo-yo dieting. Our recipes come in satisfying portion sizes, use everyday ingredients and are well balanced. Our experts never recommend cutting out key food groups unless you have an intolerance or allergy. We fight the fads We keep up to date with new products (and share our top picks every month) but will never recommend an ingredient or food just because it’s ‘trending’. Guide to recipe symbols…

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your say…

DELICIOUSLY USEFUL… I just wanted to say how much I enjoyed the Deliciously Ella exclusive section in your January issue. It was great to see that you still included the nutritional information for her recipes – not something you normally see in her cookbooks. The make-ahead breakfasts are a great idea! I’ve already treated myself to the chocolate porridge and can’t wait to work my way through the rest. They look delicious and will be useful on mornings when I’m getting up early to go to the gym before work. It was also interesting reading about what fruit and veg are in season at the moment. I never knew oranges weren’t always vegan. As a part-time vegan, I’m definitely going to make sure I only buy unwaxed fruit from now on.…

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join our club

The number of HFG readers active across our social media channels is growing every day. You’re posting comments on health stories, pictures of recipes you’ve cooked and sharing your weight-loss progress. Everyone’s welcome to join in the lively discussion and interact with the HFG team and our experts… ON TWITTER @healthyfoodmag ON FACEBOOK facebook.com/healthyfoodguideuk ON INSTAGRAM @healthyfoodmag EMAIL US AT info@healthyfood.co.uk TELL US WHAT YOU THINK of HFG (good and bad) and send your tips, pictures and queries to: info@healthyfood.co.uk. Or write to us at: Healthy Food Guide, Eye to Eye Media Ltd, Axe & Bottle Court, 70 Newcomen Street, London SE1 1YT.…