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FoodToDo Nutrition Guidelines

FoodToDo Nutrition Guidelines
FoodToDo

10/1/17

When we create recipes and meal plans we seek recommendations from our DHIET team, the Dietetic Health Intelligence uses the following guidelines. The DHIET team consists of diet experts and chefs from 3 countries.

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Getting the most out of your organic hard-drive

Getting the most out of your organic hard-drive
FoodToDo

11/23/17

As the limits of the human mind haven't yet been discovered, we always strive to improve our cognitive function, or, in layman's terms, our memory. Whether the aim is to do well in a test or an exam or just impress your friends, having a good ability to recall things is useful in many aspects of our lives.

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FoodToDo - Making Food Personal

FoodToDo - Making Food Personal
FoodToDo

12/12/17

The slogan: “Making food Personal” was born more than a year ago at a rooftop bar where we were enjoying some great sparkling wine with one of our business advisors.

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FoodToDo - Making Food Personal

FoodToDo - Making Food Personal

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FoodToDo

Published: 12/12/17

The slogan: “Making food Personal” was born more than a year ago at a rooftop bar where we were enjoying some great sparkling wine with one of our business advisors.

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7 Healthy Snacks to Send to School with Your Children

7 Healthy Snacks to Send to School with Your Children

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FoodToDo

Published: 12/11/17

Since my children were very young, I have always been very intentional about sending healthy snacks to school with them every day. However, the task of preparing healthy snacks can be very time consuming, especially when I’m trying to get the kids ready in the morning and then get them and myself out of the door for school and work. However, there are two types of morning: the hectic ones when there's no chance to have at least 10 minutes to prepare a snack box, and the ones when we have some time.

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Minimising Your Sugar Intake

Minimising Your Sugar Intake

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FoodToDo

Published: 12/7/17

We are all aware of the ever-present news articles, warning us to limit our sugar intake to minimise a range of associated health risks - but how much should we be eating and how can we ensure that we really are cutting down on sugar when it seems to be all around us?

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Celiac disease, non-celiac gluten sensitivity and fructan

Celiac disease, non-celiac gluten sensitivity and fructan

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FoodToDo

Published: 12/6/17

New Norwegian study suggests that fructan, rather than gluten, may be the true cause of gastrointestinal symptoms among people suffering from non-celiac gluten sensitivity.

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New evidence on the omega 3-fatty acid intake among autoimmune disease patients

New evidence on the omega 3-fatty acid intake among autoimmune disease patients

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FoodToDo

Published: 11/28/17

The recently held 2017 ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting held in San Diego presented some new and exciting research findings regarding omega-3 fatty acids and their possible benefits for persons suffering​ from lupus.

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Fasting for health

Fasting for health

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FoodToDo

Published: 11/23/17

Originally, fasting was a religious practice that made an appearance in many religions as a form of abstinence. In the modern world, however, where we practice the belief in healthy eating, we’re always looking for new and better ways to bring variety into our diet. As healthy lifestyle fans turned their attention towards fasting and have recognised several of its reported benefits, scientists and experts were right on their heels to point out the possible dangers of the practice.

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Low sodium-DASH diet combination dramatically lowers blood pressure in hypertensive adults – preliminary study results

Low sodium-DASH diet combination dramatically lowers blood pressure in hypertensive adults – preliminary study results

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FoodToDo

Published: 11/23/17

All of us dietitians and nutritionists are aware that when trying to tackle hypertension, dietary and lifestyle modifications often lead to better results compared to medication. Still, hypertension medication is often seen as a primary solution by both the patients and the medical practitioners.

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Getting the most out of your organic hard-drive

Getting the most out of your organic hard-drive

Author:

FoodToDo

Published: 11/23/17

As the limits of the human mind haven't yet been discovered, we always strive to improve our cognitive function, or, in layman's terms, our memory. Whether the aim is to do well in a test or an exam or just impress your friends, having a good ability to recall things is useful in many aspects of our lives.

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So, tell me, mum: IS chocolate good for me?

So, tell me, mum: IS chocolate good for me?

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FoodToDo

Published: 11/23/17

There are many things you're passionate about when you're a little kid; the world's full of wonders, after all. But nothing tops the thrill you feel at the sight of a beautiful, dark bar of chocolate. You reach for it, already feeling the taste in your mouth... but then your mum pulls it away from you, telling you that chocolate is not good for you, especially not before lunch.

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4 Tips for Hosting Dinner Parties for the Busy Woman

4 Tips for Hosting Dinner Parties for the Busy Woman

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FoodToDo

Published: 10/6/17

Even superwoman need to be creative to get everything done, especially during the holiday season. Winter holidays are known for fun family get-togethers but it can get stressful when you’re working, being mom, tending to your husband, making sure that meals are done, and keeping on top of the house cleaning - let alone everything else that needs to get done in a day. So, here are some suggestions that will help you host a dinner party without being overwhelmed in the process.

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