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New Year's Resolutions - Upgrade Your Health Goals in 2018

#TWK Nutrition Series Goal-setting Resolutions

New Year's Resolutions - Upgrade Your Health Goals in 2018

Having a healthy body means more than just losing weight. Here are some tips to keep you on track all year long!

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Kampot Pepper

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Kampot Pepper

The Whole Kitchen family finally visited our partner FairFarms pepper farm in Cambodia. We enjoyed an amazing tour of the farm and learnt so much about pepper farming. The use of organic techniques, utilising natural materials like drying the bark from the wooden posts to trail the vines, ways to manage the rain and dry seasons and how to keep those pests away naturally. In 2010, Cambodia’s Kampot Province was certified appellation of origin for its peppercorns. A region which is now protected for organic traditional farming practices and employing many local people. Currently, Kampot Pepper is featured in our light healthy...

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Healthy Fats

#TWK Nutrition Series fats Nutrition Facts

Fat can be an incredibly confusing topic, especially since we have been told that eating fat will make us fat and contributes to heart disease for decades. The latest science shows that this couldn't be further from the truth and by eating the right fats can help you become lean, healthy and vibrant! A few BENEFITS of eating FAT: 1. Get Lean - It may sound counter-intuitive, but eating fat helps you get lean by regulating blood sugar (no sugar spikes), increases fat burning, satiates your body & cuts hunger. Win-win!  2. More Energy - Fat is a concentrated source...

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Food for thought - Shifting crop production

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Have you ever wondered what the biggest food commodities of the world are and which countries are the biggest producers?🤔You may know that China produces the most rice but did you know that China is also the biggest producer AND consumer of wheat as well?!Corn and wheat yields are double that of rice and soybean. With this enormous global supply of wheat and corn we are seeing this creep into our daily lives in all different formats.Not only are they actual food products but they are used in processed foods, agriculture (animal feeds and pesticides), pharmaceutical, cosmetics, packaging and even...

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Sugar - Does 'healthier sugar' exist?

#TWK Nutrition Series Nutrition Facts sugar

• S U G A R • Why eat less? Put simply, if you eat more sugar than your body needs it gets stored on the body as fat AND can lead to many serious chronic diseases. Sugar is also highly addictive so the more you have the more you crave. When you remove a lot of the sugar from your diet, you will notice you don't crave the sweet stuff as much, feel more satisfied and have less overall hunger.   WHAT HAPPENS WHEN WE EAT THE SWEET STUFF? When we eat sugar it enters our blood stream and raises our blood sugar levels. Having...

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