Here, we dive into the innovative world of plant-based proteins and meat alternatives – and give you the lowdown on their nutritional value.
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These high-protein vegetarian recipes taste delicious and are the perfect way to keep your diet balanced – without the meat.
Super-useful vitamin D helps us absorb calcium from the food we eat, which in turn maintains healthy bones and strong teeth. It’s also a really handy vitamin for keeping our muscles working properly – helping us balance, which is particularly important for older people.
If you know how to spot healthy recipes, balance your diet and keep portion control in check, you’re giving yourself and your family a really great start.
Hitting five portions of veg and fruit has never been easier with these gorgeous breakfast, lunch and dinner recipes that provide your daily quota of the good stuff.
Give yourself a nice little energy boost with these tasty and healthy snacks that are all under 100 calories.
Iron is a hardworking little mineral, and it’s so important to include iron-rich food in your diet. Iron’s real superpower is the ability to help red blood cells form oxygen, and it also plays an important role in maintaining good muscle function. If you don’t get enough iron, you can soon start to feel tired and rundown.