Niki Bezzant -

Niki Bezzant is a writer, speaker, editor and commentator. She’s the founding editor (now editor-at-large) of Healthy Food Guide magazine, a columnist for the Herald on Sunday and a frequent contributor to broadcast media. Niki has been involved in the food media for nearly 20 years. She is currently president of Food Writers New Zealand and a proud ambassador for the Garden to Table programme which helps kids learn how to grow, cook and share food. She is a member of the Council of Directors for the True Health Initiative, a global coalition of health professionals dedicated to sharing a science-based message of what we know for sure about lifestyle and health. Niki is on the Board of the NZ Nutrition Foundation.

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Weeknight meal planner – Winter 7

Enjoy four nights of delicious, nutritionist-approved meals for two, for...

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Mexi spiced rice with chicken and slaw

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Hearty miso ginger chicken soup

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Rigatoni with broccoli and feta

Curries, Asian-style

Rich tomato tofu curry

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Roasted carrot and feta salad with dukkah

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The essential facts about essential oils

Niki Bezzant finds that the latest health craze doesn’t smell...

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Are you skinny fat?

You might look like you’re the picture of the health...

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Weeknight meal planner – Autumn 9

Enjoy four nights of delicious, nutritionist-approved meals for two, for...

Curries, Asian-style

Red dhal with turmeric rice

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Buckwheat vegetable risotto

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Vege spaghetti

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Food for body and soul, in troubled times

In the aftermath of the Christchurch mosques terror attack, Niki...

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How to be plant powered

Science is just scratching the surface of the benefits of...

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Weeknight meal planner – Autumn 8

Enjoy four nights of delicious, nutritionist-approved meals for two, for...

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