Category Archives: Dinner

Recipes you can make with the items in your pantry.


Recipes you can make with the items in your pantry. This is a sponsored post, brought to you by Australian Bananas. After a long period in isolation, it’s likely that you’re in need of a little cooking inspiration. Your go-to recipes have been made several times already, you still have a few packets of rice and […]

Low calorie comfort food


Low calorie comfort food This is a sponsored post, brought to you by Tassal Salmon. Long days spent at home can mean that we really, really look forward to dinner. And let’s be honest, a salad is just not cutting it at the moment, with many of us seeking out more hearty meals to self soothe […]

5 unhealthy cooking mistakes you may be making.


The most common unhealthy cooking mistakes that you could be making! While home cooked food is generally more nutritious and lower in calories than take away and restaurant meals, it can also be exceptionally easy to overdo things in the kitchen without even realising it. Take oil for example, the amount we regularly see celebrity chefs use […]

5 ways to be healthier in the evening.


Have a healthier night in front of the TV. For many of us, a day of healthy eating is quickly undone when we arrive home from work, exhausted, unmotivated and with low blood glucose levels. The first thing we grab is a glass of wine or a beer, followed by crackers, dip and anything else […]

How to make your salad healthier.


Where your salad is going wrong. Chances are, if you are making a ‘healthy’ salad lunch choice today you are already feeling virtuous. How could there be anything wrong with the container of leaves, tuna and dressing? The interesting thing is that both the physiological impact of eating a salad, and the psychology of doing […]

It’s World Salmon Day!


This is a sponsored post, brought to you by Tassal Salmon. World Salmon Day – Tuesday October 8th As a nutritionist it is only natural to want to celebrate a day that is dedicated to celebrating all things salmon and the positive nutritional attributes it has. So as World Salmon Day draws closer, here are some […]

Is sushi really healthy?


Is sushi really healthy? One of the most common lunches my clients enjoy is sushi – now the description of ‘sushi’ can mean anything from a few California rolls to a full sashimi plate or even a Bento box. Just as all these foods are different so too is their nutritional profiles and while some […]