Posts Tagged ‘Healthy Eating’

If you’re considering switching up your diet and maybe trying to get some more of the good stuff (fiber, grains and protein) then the Buddha Bowl is the dish for you! Many of us have come across the Buddha Bowl in our favourite health food eateries or on the Instagram accounts of celebrities and hipsters everywhere....

As it nears closer to the weekend our healthy eating standards can start to go out the window, especially when co-workers tempt your will power with tasty home baked goods, office birthdays (resulting in cakes) or a communal snack drawer/press/cabinet. Whatever your poison we’ve come up with a few tips to help you get...

While I’m almost sure that most millennial food trends have stemmed from how Instagrammable your dish is, you can’t deny that some of these trends really do look delicious. From sugary treats like rainbow bagels to the hearty Buddha bowl, some believe these trends to be imaginative, others believe that they’re...

There are several ways to eat healthy, but most experts would agree that sweets, chips, beer, and bacon are not one of them. Belgium’s new food pyramid has essentially kicked those items out of the triangle out right to really emphasise that they should not be part of our regular daily diet, while championing whole...

Earlier this week, Deliveroo revealed their list of ‘Weird and Wonderful Restaurants on Deliveroo and Around the World‘. One Irish establishment made the cut; Dublin based Nutty Delights. Following this announcement Nutty Delights have stated on their Facebook page that they will be making their nuts available for...

Mussels cooked in chilli, garlic, tomato & white wine Ingredients 1 kg of Mussels 1 Chilli (seeds removed) 2 Cloves of Garlic 1 Medium Onion 300g Chopped Tomatoes (tinned are fine to use) 1 Teaspoon of chopped tarragon 1 Teaspoon chopped thyme 1 Teaspoon of smoked paprika 1 Teaspoon of sugar 1 Teaspoon sherry...

By Mark Keane The Paleo Diet, otherwise known as the Caveman or Stone Age diet, is based on what our ancestors used to eat way back when. It tries to keep things as simple as possible by eating meat, fish, vegetables, nuts and seeds while avoiding processed foods, legumes, and grains. It also incorporates principles...

By Mark Keane We’ve previously discussed the issue of food waste and how it has been one of the more pressing issues for the food world. On the other side of the coin is the effect of food production on the environment. People have become more aware of the damage over-fishing has done on eco systems over the years,...

By Mark Keane Chances are one of the following happened to you between Christmas and New Years. You were either given a Nutribullet as a present or you made a New Year’s resolution to be a healthier version of yourself. If it was the latter then this article will still be helpful for you, but you may need to “borrow”...