Health advice you can trust


We know you’re busy. So we promise to make it easier to eat well, not harder. We live in confusing times, with more product choice than ever, sometimes it’s hard to know what to believe. At Healthy Food Guide you will find accurate, evidence-based and unbiased information about healthy eating. We give you simple answers to important questions on food and health. Subscribing to Healthy Food Guide makes it easy and enjoyable to eat well and feel great.

Our recipes section is full of delicious dishes with affordable ingredients and simple preparation. Our advice section has accurate, well researched health information you can rely on, including some very useful downloadable resources. Our shopping section helps you make informed choices as to which products are best for you, or your family. You are investing in your health when you subscribe to Healthy Food Guide.

Why you can trust us

  • Our advice comes from evidence-based science so you get the facts, not myths and misinformation. When there’s scientific debate on a topic, we’ll tell you. And when new evidence comes to light, we’ll let you know about that, too.
  • Our nutrition writers are degree-qualified and we talk to internationally recognised experts about the latest, most accurate research.
  • All articles are checked for accuracy by our nutritionists before publication.
  • We publish sources and references for our health claims.
  • Our recipes are written to comply with medically sound healthy eating guidelines.
  • Any advertising in Healthy Food Guide magazine and on this website is clearly marked, and the line between editorial and advertising is never blurred.

You’ll find more about our team of nutritionists, dietitians, writers, researchers, contributors and editorial board here. And you’ll find answers to our most frequently asked questions here.

 

 

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