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YUMMY LUNCH BOX PASTA:
NOW THAT’S ITALIAN!

by Filippo Berio

Did you know that a healthy lunch can improve your child’s learning, concentration, classroom behaviour, and overall well being? Many studies report that better nutrition is associated with enhanced cognitive processing, brain development and behaviours conducive to learning. While many schools…

Did you know that a healthy lunch can improve your child’s learning, concentration, classroom behaviour, and overall well being? Many…

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FOOD FOR THOUGHT, LITERALLY

by Filippo Berio

Numerous studies have found that the Mediterranean diet, or other similar dietary regimes rich in vegetables, nuts, legumes, fruits and grains, may actually help slow cognitive decline and reduce your risk of developing certain types of dementia such as Alzheimer’s…

Numerous studies have found that the Mediterranean diet, or other similar dietary regimes rich in vegetables, nuts, legumes, fruits and…

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THE 5 FISH YOU SHOULD BE EATING MORE OFTEN

by Filippo Berio

These essential nutrients are called omega-3 fatty acids and they are quite powerful. Found naturally in fish oils, seeds and nuts, they are are responsible for lowering the level of triglycerides (fat) in the blood, thus helping to prevent heart…

These essential nutrients are called omega-3 fatty acids and they are quite powerful. Found naturally in fish oils, seeds and…

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THE CAULIFLOWER MOVEMENT

by Filippo Berio

Take kale for example, today it's a mainstream superfood noted for its numerous vitamins and minerals, but pre-2013 you’d be hard-pressed to find it on a menu. This year is no different, with many chefs, restaurants and food bloggers touting cauliflower…

Take kale for example, today it's a mainstream superfood noted for its numerous vitamins and minerals, but pre-2013 you’d be…

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FINALLY, A REASON TO EAT MORE PASTA

by Filippo Berio

According to the results of a small experiment conducted on the BBC show “Trust Me, I’m a Doctor” pasta that has been cooked, cooled and reheated produces a smaller spike (50% less) in blood glucose levels than fresh pasta. Normally,…

According to the results of a small experiment conducted on the BBC show “Trust Me, I’m a Doctor” pasta that…

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