10 most popular posts for 2013

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Here are the top 10 most-read posts from my Foodwatch website during 2013. I've published over 50 new posts but these are the ones that got the most interest. Thanks to all my lovely supporters for the ongoing interest.

Catherine Saxelby - Foodwatch
My Sugar Addiction Recovery & Granola Bar Bites - Mother's Niche The Addict's Guide to Going Off Sugar! Healthy Habits, Get Healthy, Healthy Tips, Healthy Choices, Healthy Food, Fitness Diet, Health Fitness, Fitness Motivation, Sugar Detox

Sugar - why quitting sugar guarantees you'll lose weight - Catherine Saxelby's Foodwatch

Sugar. It's been labelled

How to Cure Diarrhea Fast and Naturally at Home? How to cure diarrhea fast? How to cure diarrhea naturally? How to cure diarrhea in babies? How to cure diarrhea and stomach pain? Cure diarrhea in toddlers? Get Rid Of Diarrhea, How To Cure Diarrhea, Stop Diarrhea, Home Remedies For Diarrhea, Natural Home Remedies, Herbal Remedies, Health Remedies, Natural Healing, How To Stop Nausea

Eat to beat gastro and diarrhoea - Catherine Saxelby's Foodwatch

A clear fluid diet is the best form of treatment for gastro and tummy upsets. It is the

How to convert kilojoules to Calories - Catherine Saxelby's Foodwatch Diet Aids, Tasty, Yummy Food, Healthy Recipes, Healthy Food, Improve Yourself, Lose Weight, Nutrition, Yards

How to convert kilojoules to Calories - Catherine Saxelby's Foodwatch

Just like yards became metres and pounds became grams, so Calories have become kilojoules. Kilojoules are the metric equivalent of Calories and have replaced Calories in Australia and many other metric countries. Yet they're very confusing, especially to my US visitors who have always only known Calories (lucky for me, I grew up with Calories then had to learn kilojoules!)

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The soup diet – can you lose weight on it? - Catherine Saxelby's Foodwatch

Every winter or so, the soup diet reappears. One winter, it was part of the infamous

What does kilojoules look like? In the old numbers, kilojoules is equivalent to calories. I have calculated how you could eat this in a typical daily diet OR from a fast food diet. Fast Food Diet, Food Technology, Food Lists, Health Diet, Improve Yourself, Healthy Living, Lose Weight, Reading, Nutrition

What does 8,700 kilojoules look like? - Catherine Saxelby's Foodwatch

8,700 is a magic number in nutrition. It’s the number of kilojoules (kJ) that is the “average” intake for adults in Australia, if the surveys are correct. It’s widely used as a benchmark figure and as the basis of food labels such as the Percent Daily Intake values. Recently kilojoules have appeared on fast food menu boards and they use 8,700 as the yardstick to assess their foods against. Here's my take on it.

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Product Review: Konjac (low-cal) noodles - Catherine Saxelby's Foodwatch

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Beat sugar cravings with these 20 sweet treats – a visual guide - Catherine Saxelby's Foodwatch Healthy Snacks, Healthy Eating, Good Food, Yummy Food, Sugar Cravings, Healthy Weight Loss, Fresh Fruit, Nom Nom, Sweet Treats

Beat sugar cravings with these 20 sweet treats – a visual guide - Catherine Saxelby's Foodwatch

We all know that fresh fruit is the healthiest way to end a meal but sometimes it just doesn’t cut it. Your body sends out signals for something small, decadent and sweet to finish off your dinner. Just enough to satisfy without blowing the whole day’s intake. Just enough to rein in a craving. When a sweet craving strikes, try ONE of these 20 treats that range from healthy to semi-healthy and then indulgent – depending on your mood and what’s on offer.

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Catherine comments - Catherine Saxelby's Foodwatch

I'm often contacted by journalists and media for a comment or to give my take on a hot new issue. Or to review a new diet book that's just been published. Here I've summarised the latest things I've said in magazines, radio, TV and online. It's my opinion on everything from the obesity crisis to cutting back on sugar to eating Raw.

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Product review: Lactose-free yoghurts side-by-side - Catherine Saxelby's Foodwatch

Ever felt overwhelmed when browsing the yoghurt section in your supermarket? There's so much to choose from - natural, flavoured, fruit, probiotic, Greek, dessert-like and kids yoghurts to name a few. But what about those who are lactose intolerant and who can't digest the natural sugar lactose found in milk and yoghurt? Is there a yoghurt for them too? Guest review by dietitian Hannah Gilbert

guide to avoiding additives - Catherine Saxelby's Foodwatch Yeast Extract, Vegetable Protein, Chicken Flavors, Food Labels, Some Recipe, Nutrition Information, Potato Chips, Health And Wellbeing, Step Guide

4-step guide to avoiding additives - Catherine Saxelby's Foodwatch

Are you suspicious of additives with their long, strange chemical names and code numbers? Well maybe you should be. Not just because some are considered harmful but because additives are usually indicators that a food is over-processed, cheap and manufactured. The stuff that keeps forever in your cupboard! Don’t misunderstand me, additives don't automatically mean a food is unhealthy - excess fat, salt and sugar also do that. But additives do flag that the food is mass-produced and has a…