Seems that some people are waking up at last to the convenience, nutrition and economic advantages of cooking Real food in a microwave.
“But eliminating food waste isn’t just important for our environment and our economies. It’s also a matter of social justice. A world where 1.3 bn people are overweight or obese and 0.9 bn are malnourished is not a fair world. Tackling our throw-away food culture would go some way to addressing those stark inequalities.”
Here are some recipes we premièred at the recent Middlesbrough Town Meal, featuring fresh ingredients grown in the local community.
Spot the Cool Green Smoothie Machine!
Just some of the 80+ riders who peddled more than 21 miles of smoothies in Barnes Park Sunderland on Wednesday - another great day working with the LAF team.
Busy day yesterday with the Cool Green Smoothie Machine in Mowbray Park Sunderland.
Working with Sunderland Councils Wellness Team.
Today we are in Barnes Park.
One of the many factors leading to the obesity epidemic is increased snacking in children. Today children eat around three snacks daily while thirty years ago they ate only one.
"Mothers should stop forcing or restricting their kids’ eating," she said. "They’d be better off providing a healthy food environment, adopting balanced eating habits themselves and covertly controlling their children’s diet quality by not bringing less healthy foods into the house."
Would like to invite you to join us for a dissemination and discussion seminar which aims to give some insight into the way that the new health commissioning groups will be organising and commissioning work.
With careful planning, an adult could spend as little as £12 per week on a healthy, balanced diet, says Tom Sanders, a professor of nutrition at Kings College London.
Filling up on starchy foods and cheap fruit and vegetables is key. Think lots of baked potatoes, hearty soups and pasta bakes.