Food

Mars Food Strives for a New Global Health and Wellbeing Ambition  

Edited by Nelly T. Mars Food Australia have set themselves an aspiring task to attempt to create and promote healthier food choices for consumers. Their new global Health and Wellbeing Ambition was announced Friday, among their goals is to increase the nutritional value of the products, improve labelling and encourage healthy eating among families. Amid the Ambition’s most significant initiatives ...

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World Health Day: WHO releases global report on diabetes

Edited by Nelly T. The World Health Organization has released its first ever-global report on diabetes to mark the occasion of World Health Day. The results were alarming. There has been a nearly four-fold increase in diabetes cases over the last quarter-century, excessive weight, obesity, aging and population growth being the chief reasons for this spike the World Health Organization ...

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Health: 5 facts on caffeine and why it is disruptive to sleep

Knowing the content of your caffeine intake can help you monitor the intake at a healthy level, where you are not foreign to sleep, take a look below at some must-know facts on this stimulant. 1) Caffeine – as most people would know – is a stimulant that people take it after waking up in the morning and/or in remaining alert ...

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Cheaper food at Canberra Stadium for Canberra Raiders and Brumbies games

It will now be cheaper to eat all the pies at Canberra Stadium with the ACT government set to announce on Friday a reduction in food prices for the upcoming NRL and Super Rugby seasons. The ACT Brumbies’ clash against the Wellington Hurricanes at Canberra Stadium on Friday night will be the first to offer the cheaper fare followed by ...

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Creamy mushroom pappardelle with pistachio gremolata

Adding pistachio kernels to the gremolata adds a nutty crunch to this creamy pasta dish. To Prep: 0:20 | To Cook 0:12 | Ingredients 13 | Difficulty EASY | Servings 4 Ingredients: * 225g dried pappardelle pasta * 1 tablespoon olive oil * 1 large red onion, halved, thinly sliced * 1 shortcut bacon rasher, thinly sliced * 375g flat ...

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The best food in the Summer

WITH plenty of big nights and skipped training sessions to make up for over the next few weeks, you may be tempted to seek out an expensive ‘detox’ program that promises the world when it comes to weight loss, and leaves you eating very little. Before you go and waste your hard earned cash on an expensive mix of pills ...

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Did someone say free pancakes?

When you hear something is ‘free’, it is kind of unbelievable. But when it comes to ‘free food’ it is a whole lot more believable especially when it’s pancakes. From 1am Wednesday 1 July to 1am Thursday 2 July, the famous dessert bar Bay Vista, held their second annual ‘Free Pancake Day’. This is not a drill! Bay Vista actually ...

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One Night Stand: Middle Eastern Delights in Hurstville

Yesterday (Saturday night), Hurstville City Council hosted a Lebanese and Middle Eastern night market. People from different ethnic groups and communities from all over Sydney joined in the festivities. The event saw various foods from different Middle Eastern countries on display and to entertain the crowds there was live entertainment, fashion stalls, games and children’s activities. The Knafeh Jerusalem Street ...

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Move Over Kebab… Charcoal Chicken is the New Crowd favourite

You don’t need silver utensils to eat good food, and the vast array of Sydney cafes and restaurants serving dishes from all around the world is a testament to that. Sydneysiders seem to have taken a liking to the simplicity and quality of local charcoal chicken shops. Kebab shops once dominated the Middle Eastern food game, but the rise of ...

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Artist Marcelle Mansour: “Mothers should not feel guilty about pursuing their goals”

Award-winning Australian Palestinian visual artist and writer Marcelle Mansour has enjoyed a successful professional career that spans over three decades, but the mother of four (and grandmother of five) will make no excuses for being a working mum. Marcelle has been practicing visual arts since the early 1980s, creating representational art including portraits, murals, sceneries and abstract works and says ...

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