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Honey – can it be faked?

Honey is one of those products that nature offers us that is full of healthy attributes and medicinal properties, just the way it is. Made by bees not man, its hard to imagine why ‘we’ would tamper with the perfection of nature and compromise the health benefits of pure, natural, unfiltered honey that comes directly from bees to our tables without any real need for processing. Read More…

Quick and fresh

Do our diets reflect a supermarket layout or do supermarkets reflect our diet? I am tipping it’s a little of both but when you look at the amount of space dedicated to processed foods compared to that given to fresh foods the lack of balance is very obvious. Read More…

Chemical additives in pet foods effect health

The pet food market in Australia, in 2003, was worth over $1.2 billion. Of the 7.5 million households in Australia, 63% own pets so that equates to big business for manufacturers. In recent years, pet foods have been marketed to us in increasingly ‘human’ ways. They promote vitamins and minerals, fibre and other health promoting properties that we would regard as valuable for our beloved pets. Read More…

Do food additives contribute to obesity?

Whilst research is yet to establish a causal link between obesity and food additives, common sense tells us that there is a link between the two.

Most of the calorie-dense, high fat foods that contribute to obesity in individuals are also high in chemical additives, preservatives and artificial everything else. Read More…

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