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    Product Review: Vegemite

    October 16, 2018
    Australia’s favourite spread! How does it stack up? Well, per serve (5g, which is about 1 tsp), it contains: – 8 calories – 1.3g protein – <1g fat (<1g saturated fat) – <1g carbohydrate (<1g sugar) – 0.4g fibre –
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    Product Review: Jordans Low Sugar Granola

    October 2, 2018
    The good news: this product really IS low in sugar! Granted, we have fairly strict product labelling laws in Australia, but it is still wonderful to see TRUTH plastered across the front of a product, rather than the alternative!! Per
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    Product Review: Quest Bars

    August 7, 2018
    One of the most popular protein bars on the planet… or THE most popular? Either way, these bars deserve a comment, if only for their popularity. Per Quest bar, they contain: 214 calories, 20g protein, 9g total fat (3g saturated),
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    Product Review: Special K

    June 6, 2018
    People are often on the hunt for a ‘healthier’ cereal, but what does a healthy cereal look like? Special K is one that leans towards being a ‘better option’ than most other cereals available. How so? Well, Special K is
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    Product Review: UHT milk

    May 29, 2018
    What does UHT stand for? UHT stands for Ultra High-Temperature. How is UHT made? UHT milk is normal milk that has been pasteurised by heating it to about 140 degrees celsius for ~3-10 seconds. Non-UHT milk is usually pasteurised at
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    Product Review: Protein Powder

    May 22, 2018
    PROTEIN POWDERS // Yes, no, maybe? The great majority of people don’t need to be using protein powder. Why? We can easily meet our daily protein requirement through food, even athletes who have higher daily requirements than the general population.
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    Food Review: Garlic

    May 9, 2018
    I don’t want to limit myself to reviewing ‘products’ because, in reality, the majority of our diets should be made up of foods that aren’t found in packets (fruit and vegetables!) Hence, every now and then I’m going to review
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    Product Review: Psyllium Husk Powder

    May 8, 2018
    This product is basically 80% fibre! (80g fibre per 100g powder). It has a tiny amount of carbohydrate (4g/100g), protein (2.5g/100g) and sodium (130mg/100g). We basically don’t absorb any of it, it just passes through the digestive tract. Psyllium Husk

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