Archive for October, 2012

Posted by Samantha Rentz on October 20th 2012

Discover the sneaky culprits that can bust your immunity – and the proven strategies to instantly boost it. Sneaky Cold Culprits Colds are not sexy. But did you know that your sex plays a role in whether you catch one? Young women fight off colds better than young men do, a new Australian study revealed. […]

Posted by Samantha Rentz on October 20th 2012

Vitamin D is crucial for protecting against cancer, diabetes, depression, and heart disease. Although the recommended daily dose of vitamin D is 400 international units (IU), new research suggests taking at least 1,700 IU of vitamin D daily to get its health benefits. And while sunshine is the best source of vitamin D, you can […]

Posted by Samantha Rentz on October 19th 2012

Get your fill of good-for-you carbohydrates with these healthy pasta dishes. Make sure to cook with whole wheat pasta to get more protein and fibre. Farfalle with Watercress, Cherry Tomatoes, and Feta   INGREDIENTS 8 ounces farfalle pasta 1 cup crumbled reduced-fat feta cheese 2 pints cherry tomatoes, halved 3 cups watercress leaves (from 2 small […]

Posted by Samantha Rentz on October 19th 2012

Pick a healthier packed lunch or picnic! We’ve got loads of tasty and easy to prepare ideas that everyone can enjoy – and they’re great value too. For Children over 9 years and adults in the first week here are some ideas Monday Double-decker sandwich with ham (reduced salt) and salad Mini blueberry muffin Mixed […]

Posted by Samantha Rentz on October 18th 2012

Tom Aikens’ Mauritian master class Tom Aikens will be presenting his innovative style of cooking at the Royal Palm Mauritius from March 25 – 27, 2013. Guests at the resort will be able to join Tom in the kitchen for private master classes before sitting down for a private four-course dinner, cooked by the chef. […]

Posted by Samantha Rentz on October 18th 2012

“The proper way to eat a fig, in society, is to split it in four, holding it by the stump, and open it so that it is a glittering, rosy, moist, honied, heavy-petalled four-petalled flower” DH Lawrence   The versatility of this humble fruit makes the fig a brilliant starter or salad dish (try with foie […]

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