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Gluten: throw this word into conversation and everyone from your colleague to your favourite great aunt will tell you that they have at some point tried the trendy gluten free diet. Whilst the majority of people do so as a personal preference, the truth is that only a small percentage of people really need to be gluten free.

High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, is a serious public health concern. According to the South African Heart and Stroke Foundation, as much as 13 % of deaths around the world are caused by high blood pressure. We’re well aware of how a diet excessively high in salt can increase our high blood pressure risk, but is there anything more that we can do to manage blood pressure?

Thought of being vegetarian but feel you need a little less restriction and more flexibility? Well then, the flexitarian diet may be for you. Being a flexitarian is a great way to be healthier and eat more plant-based foods, yet still suit your lifestyle without too many dietary restrictions and impositions.

Keep all your FitChef meals and smoothies in the freezer, defrost two days worth in your fridge, heat, eat and repeat. This way, you will always have a supply of nutritious and great tasting meals to keep your health on auto pilot. For best results, defrost before heating – although meals can be heated from frozen (just prick or tear open the film before microwaving)

As always, our moms are right: breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Breakfast cereals make up 50 % of all breakfasts eaten in those under 18. Yet despite the popularity and convenience of children’s breakfast cereals, the nutritional value of these options remain questionable, often high in sugar and energy, and low in fibre.

Gluten: throw this word into conversation and everyone from your colleague to your favourite great aunt will tell you that they have at some point tried the trendy gluten free diet. Whilst the majority of people do so as a personal preference, the truth is that only a small percentage of people really need to be gluten free.

High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, is a serious public health concern. According to the South African Heart and Stroke Foundation, as much as 13 % of deaths around the world are caused by high blood pressure. We’re well aware of how a diet excessively high in salt can increase our high blood pressure risk, but is there anything more that we can do to manage blood pressure?

Thought of being vegetarian but feel you need a little less restriction and more flexibility? Well then, the flexitarian diet may be for you. Being a flexitarian is a great way to be healthier and eat more plant-based foods, yet still suit your lifestyle without too many dietary restrictions and impositions.

Keep all your FitChef meals and smoothies in the freezer, defrost two days worth in your fridge, heat, eat and repeat. This way, you will always have a supply of nutritious and great tasting meals to keep your health on auto pilot. For best results, defrost before heating – although meals can be heated from frozen (just prick or tear open the film before microwaving)

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Gluten: throw this word into conversation and everyone from your colleague to your favourite great aunt will tell you that they have at some point tried the trendy gluten free diet. Whilst the majority of people do so as a personal preference, the truth is that only a small percentage of people really need to be gluten free.

High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, is a serious public health concern. According to the South African Heart and Stroke Foundation, as much as 13 % of deaths around the world are caused by high blood pressure. We’re well aware of how a diet excessively high in salt can increase our high blood pressure risk, but is there anything more that we can do to manage blood pressure?

Latest News

Gluten: throw this word into conversation and everyone from your colleague to your favourite great aunt will tell you that they have at some point tried the trendy gluten free diet. Whilst the majority of people do so as a personal preference, the truth is that only a small percentage of people really need to be gluten free.

High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, is a serious public health concern. According to the South African Heart and Stroke Foundation, as much as 13 % of deaths around the world are caused by high blood pressure. We’re well aware of how a diet excessively high in salt can increase our high blood pressure risk, but is there anything more that we can do to manage blood pressure?

Thought of being vegetarian but feel you need a little less restriction and more flexibility? Well then, the flexitarian diet may be for you. Being a flexitarian is a great way to be healthier and eat more plant-based foods, yet still suit your lifestyle without too many dietary restrictions and impositions.

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Gluten: throw this word into conversation and everyone from your colleague to your favourite great aunt will tell you that they have at some point tried the trendy gluten free diet. Whilst the majority of people do so as a personal preference, the truth is that only a small percentage of people really need to be gluten free.

High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, is a serious public health concern. According to the South African Heart and Stroke Foundation, as much as 13 % of deaths around the world are caused by high blood pressure. We’re well aware of how a diet excessively high in salt can increase our high blood pressure risk, but is there anything more that we can do to manage blood pressure?

Thought of being vegetarian but feel you need a little less restriction and more flexibility? Well then, the flexitarian diet may be for you. Being a flexitarian is a great way to be healthier and eat more plant-based foods, yet still suit your lifestyle without too many dietary restrictions and impositions.

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