Working mum Kirsty Henshaw shot to fame when her allergen-free dessert range - inspired by her food intolerant son, Jake - won over Dragons' Peter Jones and Duncan Bannatyne in 2010. Kirsty is now taking on the UKs top selling ready meals, introducing her range of healthier and naturally nutritious chilled everyday meals.
The BBC2's "The Men That Made Us Fat" and Channel 4's" Dispatches - The Myths about your 5 a Day" highlighted exactly what is wrong with the food industry, who has the power and how we as consumers are manipulated by advertising and marketing.
Piglets dying while their mothers look on unable to help, crippled chickens dying on the floor of vast sheds, terrified cows desperate to escape the slaughterhouse and sheep being killed while their young still suckle are just some of the shocking scenes from a new Animal Aid film showing conditions inside British farms and slaughterhouses. The film will be screened on the side of a specially converted ambulance, dubbed the Meat Wagon.
FUEL is s new energy cereal has been created to meet the needs of sports and fitness enthusiasts. It is an energy-packed breakfast granola loaded with large clusters of toasted oats and available in two flavours - Real Fruit and Chocolate Chunks.
Available from Tesco and on promotion from July 25 - August 14 with £1 off the normal RRP of £3.29. Both cereals tasted delicious, and our only complaint was that we wished the box was bigger!
Our landscape - the scenery of which we are so proud - doesn't just ‘happen'. Very little of it is entirely ‘natural'- in fact, most is ‘managed' by our farmers and growers and is something that began with the developing skills of our ancestors thousands of years ago.
Not so very long ago farmers were being paid subsidies to grub up hedges.
Kate Arnold was diagnosed as lactose intolerant about 17 years ago. It took six years to get a diagnosis in the days when she knew nothing of nutrition and health! In the last ten years I've seen a surge of lactose and fructose intolerance patients that are mistakenly diagnosed with IBS. Without the proper test, diagnosis, treatment or diet strategy, the symptoms won't necessarily go away.