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17
May

Time for Feasting on Fish – Its Good For You!

Fish is one of the healthiest, tastiest foods around and with the huge variety on offer you could easily have a different meal every day and not get bored. Generally speaking, all types of fish offer high quality protein, iodine and various vitamins and minerals. Eating fish is an important...
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07
Mar

It’s all about the culture

Indulgent textured yoghurts are a long time favourite of European consumers and are showing increased popularity in African markets. There are numerous manufacturing challenges involved in meeting the demand for highly textured stirred and drinking yoghurts. Cost optimization and shear-robust yoghurt textures are also constant challenges. By Signe Causse Yoghurt...
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27
Sep

Natural Butter is so Much Better

Why are we so wary of butter, the natural alternative? Mostly, from misinformation and propaganda over the past 40 years, about saturated fats and cholesterol – some of it well-intentioned, some of it the sinister result of a long standing conspiracy to dupe the public into opting for refined and...
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26
Jul

Trout – Loaded With Health Benefits!

Trout has a delicious, delicate flavour, and most dishes using trout are very quick to prepare. Claremont has been farming rainbow trout in the Eastern highlands for decades. Here, conditions are perfect for this fish which thrives in cold, clear water. Trout were introduced into the crystal mountain rivers of...
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26
May

It’s Official – Cut Out Sugar, Eat Fat

Rediscovering dietary wisdom – proving that ‘there’s nothing new under the sun’! A review from Cambridge University, published in the journal, Annals of Internal Medicine, is the latest analysis to confirm the absolute lack of evidence that consuming saturated fat leads to heart disease. This meta-analysis of 76 studies found...
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26
Apr

Health Benefits of Cheese

Cheese contains a high concentration of essential nutrients, in particular high quality protein and calcium, as well as other nutrients such as phosphorus, zinc, vitamin A, riboflavin, and vitamin B12. The composition of milk used and the manufacturing process influence the nutrient content of specific cheeses. For individuals monitoring or...
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26
Mar

Caffeine and Reduced Risk of Eurodegenerative Disorders

Caffeine, Coffee Drinking, and reduced risk of eurodegenerative Disorders Studies suggest that a regular, lifelong, moderate consumption of coffee and the caffeine it contains, slows down physiological, age-related cognitive decline, especially in women, and those over 80 years old in particular. Research suggests that lifelong, moderate coffee consumption is linked...
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