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  • What are Micronutrients?

    27th April 2018PureNakedVegan

    Micronutrients because of the part “micro” as in small/minuscule amounts needed. Micronutrients are nutrients that our bodies need in smaller amounts and commonly referred to as vitamins and minerals. However tiny the amounts we need they are all vital to development, disease…

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  • Fodmap Irritable Bowel Syndrome

    27th April 2018PureNakedVegan

    Small carbohydrates Fructose Lactose Fructans Galactans Polyols   FODMAP – What is it and whats the evidence?  

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  • Gluten – intolerance or celiac disease

    27th April 2018PureNakedVegan

    What’s the big deal with gluten?

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  • Fat – Macronutrients

    27th April 2018PureNakedVegan

    What is fat?

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  • Calories

    27th April 2018PureNakedVegan

    What is a calorie?

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  • carbohydrates – Macronutrients

    27th April 2018PureNakedVegan

    Carbohydrates macronutrient is the most abundant food in people’s diets. It is recommended around 45% to 65% of daily calories come from carbohydrate. Fuel for working muscles (from starches, sugars, and glycogen) Cholesterol and fat control (from dietary fibre) Digestion assistance…

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  • Organic for Health

    27th April 2018PureNakedVegan

    One of the most damaging factors in our environment and food is the use of pesticides and other toxic chemicals. A simple solution is to choose to buy organic foods as often as possible as these are allowed far fewer…

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  • Vegan Custard

    20th December 2017PureNakedVegan

    Vegan Custard is so simple and one of my favourite things to eat, assuming it comes from childhood when it seemed to be served with every dessert at school and home. It is easy to make and Birds Custard powder…

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  • What are Pulses?

    20th December 2017PureNakedVegan

    A pulse is an edible seed that grows in a pod which includes beans, lentils, and peas. Pulses are part of the legume family, but the term “pulse” refers only to the dried seed. They’re very high in protein and fibre, and are low…

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