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The tasty bunch
Tasty Bunch's tips
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Tasty Bunch's tips
Food packaging always displays a list of ingredients. Have a look and choose the healthier option for you!
Join physical exercise with a balanced diet and feel in better shape and more confident.
Vegetable juices can be as tasty as fruit juices and also contain plenty of vitamins and other good things.
Grapes and apple juice can be used as natural sweeteners for cakes and biscuits.
Taking a nice healthy breakfast before school has been shown to help you perform better and keep you fit
Skipping meals won’t help you lose weight! Avoid out-of-control hunger, with nice healthy regular meals!
Why not make your own yoghurt at home? All you need is milk, some plain yogurt (as a starter for the first batch) and a thermometer.
A lemon is not only a food, but can also be used as a disinfectant and cosmetic.
Did you know that pomegranate is a fruit that contains a lot of vitamin C?
At Christmas, top-up with vitamins, eat clementines
The liquid residue of milk left over from cheese-making (lactoserum), has an extremely high content of proteins and vitamins, but is very low in fat.
Colza and olive oils are rich in Omega 3 fatty acids, regarded nowadays as "healthy fats".
Wholegrain cereals provide plenty of fibres! Why don’t you try them with your breakfast?
Vegetable oils and fruit such as apricots can be used to produce creams that make your skin feel softer.
Ants hate lemon. Spread some slices of lemon around your picnic and you won't be bothered by them any more!
Why not try honey, maple syrup or fructose if you are looking for a sweetener?
When carving your Halloween pumpkin, don't throw away the seeds! Toasted pumpkin seeds are delicious!
Cherries were eaten in the Stone Age.
Lemon can be used as invisible ink.
The strawberry is the only fruit with seeds on the outside.
Last update: 30/10/2010 |