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Healthy Food Guide UK May 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.

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Fibre is having its moment. Around 90% of us in the UK don’t eat nearly enough. You may think fibre is only an issue if you suffer from constipation. Not so! We need it for the normal functioning of our gut, which can determine our general health and immunity. Now a well researched study has confirmed that meeting the recommended 30g fibre a day lowers our risk of heart disease and stroke. Our feature, Why you should fall in love with fibre (p16), offers quick and easy ways to eat more. Meeting your five-a-day will give you a head start, and a plant-based diet with wholegrains, nuts and lentils is the way to go. As Coeliac Awareness Week falls on 13-19 May, we asked Norma McGough from Coeliac UK to write…

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editor’s buys

FOR SALAD DAYS When I want a low-carb lunch, I’ll be tucking into this new salad with yellowfin tuna, atlantic salmon and muki beans – it contains 214 nutrient-dense calories, and is satisfying with it. Japanese sashimi salad, £5.99, Itsu CHOICE CHOC Instead of pud, I sometimes have a hot choc. These Columbian dark chocolate flakes are a favourite – indulgent without being OTT for calories. Cupsmith Truly Magnificent Hot Chocolate, £5.95, cupsmith.co.uk CALLING HEALTHY FOODIES There’s a healthy living area at this year’s Foodies Festivals. They run from May to the end of August, and Healthy Food Guide will be a festival partner. For dates in your area, ticket prices and VIP passes, visit foodiesfestival.com…

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meet our experts

‘I don’t have a specific health concern but I try to focus on eating as well as I can, squeezing some physical activity into the day, getting enough sleep and trying not to stress about things I can’t change. I feel that if I’m doing my best, then that is the best I can do.’ AMANDA URSELL is HFG’s nutrition editor. She has a degree in nutrition and a post-graduate diploma in dietetics ‘Looking after my teeth. I spent my whole childhood with a bag of sour sweets in hand, so I have to be extra careful when eating acidic foods, as the damage has been done.’ RORY LARKIN is a registered nutritionist and a restaurant chef, with a special interest in developing healthy recipes ‘I have a family history of high blood pressure,…

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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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Editor Melanie Leyshon Art director Tina Betts Assistant editor Liz Atkins Senior sub editor Stephanie Thomson (maternity cover) Editorial assistant Niamh Leonard-Bedwell Nutrition editor Amanda Ursell Recipe consultant Phil Mundy Head of digital Vic Grimshaw Digital editor Rebecca Brett Assistant digital editor Fiona Logan Digital editorial assistant Ellie Donnell With thanks to Becky Brannigan, Sara Norman ADVERTISING SALES Group advertising director Jason Elson 020 7150 5397 Head of sales & business development Anna Priest 020 7150 5191 Client services manager Catherine Nicolson 020 7150 5044 Classified sales executive Lydia Bedding 020 7150 5734 Managing director Seamus Geoghegan 020 7803 4123 seamus@eyetoeyemedia.co.uk Publishing director Adrienne Moyce 020 7803 4111 adrienne.moyce@eyetoeyemedia.co.uk Consultant editorial director Jo Sandilands Production director Jake Hopkins 020 7803 4110 Marketing consultant Julia Rich 020 7803 4129 Marketing assistant Ruby Dumbrell Finance director Darren Blundy darren.blundy@eyetoeyemedia.co.uk Finance manager Martin Cherry 01733 373132 martin.cherry@eyetoeyemedia.co.uk…

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your say…

ACKNOWLEDGING HPV… As a practice nurse I was pleased to read Dr Dawn Harper’s article about the number of young women skipping cervical screening (April issue). This is a subject I’m passionate about, not only because it’s one of the most important responsibilities of my job, but also because my mum had to have a full hysterectomy because of cervical cancer. However, I was disappointed that there was no mention of HPV. This is the human papillomavirus, which is the trigger for abnormal changes to cervical cells – it’s what girls are immunised against (although they won’t have been immunised against every strain). This was a missed opportunity to demystify HPV and provide reassurance to women who have HPV detected samples. I’d also like to share a fantastic resource for those who…