UAN:254 Article type:--Of all the risk factors for coronary heart disease, a high blood cholesterol level is probably the most widely publicised. In fact, cholesterol is essential for good health, but the body is efficient at making its own
Salt 7.8gSalt 4gGarlic bread (two slices)Vegetarian pizza (four slices)Calories 234Calories 560Fat 7gFat 13gSugar 3.6gSugar 16gFibre 1.8gFibre 6.8gSalt 0.9gSalt 2.5g BurgersThe rule here is straightforward: the bigger the burger and chips, the more
of Clinical Nutrition found that 1.9g of fish Omega-3s a day reduced body fat and increased HDL, so-called ‘good cholesterol', when combined with exercise. Farmed barramundi like those available in the UK aren't identical to those line-caught in Oz
Tuna and butter bean salad Arrange 2 handfuls watercress (or other salad leaves) and some chopped peppers on a plate. Spoon 100g tinned tuna on top, breaking it up as you go. Scatter over 100g (approx of a 410g can) butter beans. Pour over 1
carbohydrate, 14g protein, 13g fat (of which 3.3g saturates), 5.7g fibre, 1.1g salt.Roasted vegetable and mozzarella wholemeal baps2–3 plum tomatoes, halvedred pepperyellow peppergreen pepper1 tablespoon (15ml) olive oil2 wholemeal baps25g reduced
Gone are the days when food shopping involved a visit to the butcher, baker, greengrocer and delicatessen. Now we expect the supermarket to offer everything we need to restock the fridge for the week. It’s a one-stop shop, but variety is still the key to a healthy and nutritious...
most runners have been told to lift. “Start with a weight that you can only lift 6-8 times, and increase that weight once you can lift it 10 times,” says Wayne Westcott, a strength-training coach. This will ensure you are continuously taxing the muscle
twice as much salt as salted peanuts (1.87g versus 1g per 100g). Muesli with a portion of fresh fruit makes a better choice. Oats and rye flakes are rich in cholesterol-lowering soluble fibre, naturally rich in B vitamins and iron, and apples are rich
they contain almost twice as much salt as salted peanuts (1.87g versus 1g per 100g). Muesli with a portion of fresh fruit makes a better choice. Oats and rye flakes are rich in cholesterol-lowering soluble fibre, naturally rich in B vitamins and iron
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