Category: The One Line Rule

SUGAR FREE SEPTEMBER 2017

August 17, 2017 0 0

It’s Year 6 of Sugar Free September and we couldn’t be more excited.  Now’s the time to get on board and register to receive all the brilliant recipes, resources and fabulous offers that will be coming at you. Click here  to join and stay tuned! What? Sugar Free September is an awareness campaign created to…

Why? To make ‘Sugar Conscious’ the health message of the future.

July 29, 2016 0 0

When you’re in your own business, it’s easy to find yourself so consumed with managing the day to day dramas that after a while, you lose sight of why you actually started doing all this in the first place.  A friend offered a great piece of advice early on and it’s something we’ve aspired to…

Will 2 years to implement a Sugar Tax give big businesses the time to fight it and win?

March 21, 2016 0 0

Is it really such great news or does 2 years to implement a Sugar Tax simply give big business the time to fight it and win? The Chancellor of the Exchequer (UK) has definitely taken a step in a direction that all before have baulked at and has expressed his government’s reasons in an admirably…

Sugar still the elephant in the room despite the Live Lighter campaign

November 27, 2015 0 0

Despite healthy heavy weights the Cancer Council, the Heart Foundation and Healthy Together joining forces with the Victorian State Government to highlight the dangers of sugar in the Australian diet, it falls short of giving consumers any education on how they can reduce their sugar intake, or in fact how they can actually identify just…

The Muesli Mug Muffin – Banana

November 5, 2015 0 2

Only four ingredients and ready in less than four minutes, this easy to make mug muffin is a great option for a snack or even a light lunch. This simple recipe can be made with many variations.  Ingredients: 2 dstsp of The Muesli 2 dstsp of rolled oats 1/2 banana, mashed 1 egg Directions: Mix all ingredients together in a…

Parmesan Crisps

October 13, 2015 0 0

  By Jane Kennedy These take so little time to make and are also a brilliant cracker substitute. For a ‘corn chip’ look, just make the little piles of cheese in a triangle shape.     INGREDIENTS 1 x 250g packet Good quality shredded parmesan cheese METHOD Preheat the oven to 200ºC. Line a baking…

A Teaspoon Guide to Fruit and Berries

September 28, 2015 0 2

By David Gillespie Not all fruit is equal. Fruits usually contain a mixture of glucose (dextrose), sucrose (sugar) and fructose. The amount of each sugar in the fruit depends on what kind of fruit it is. A grape contains a lot of fructose and glucose but not much sucrose, whereas an apple contains some of…

Texas Chilli Con Carne

September 17, 2015 0 0

    By Jane Kennedy  Everyone seems to have a favorite recipe for chilli con carne. For too long my recipe relied on the assistance of a certain ‘yee ha’ brand of taco or chilli seasoning mix found in supermarkets. I wanted my own recipe, with no surprises, so I got to setting up my…

10 Sugar Free Snacks

September 15, 2015 0 0

  When going sugar free, finding healthy snacks can often be tricky. Lucky for us, the amazing Healthy Natty has kindly shared her wisdom by giving us her top ten sugar free snacks...   By Natalie Zee I believe a lot of the sugar we eat is purely out of convenience – I mean, how easy is it…

Fibre – Are You Getting Enough?

September 10, 2015 0 0

  By Donna Aston I realise I may sound like your mother right now … and I promise I’m not going to start discussing bowel movements … but after reading this blog you may find that, like many, you’re not getting enough fibre in your diet. While this may sound a little ho-hum, I find most…