July 2018

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COVER FEATURE: 20+ delicious recipes • Why am I so tired? • Food allergies: Latest advances in treatment and diagnosis  • Was granny healthier? • Orange and ginger self saucing pud • Easy frittatas 5 ways • and much more…

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  • Food allergy developments: Dietitian Katrina Pace explores the latest in diagnosis and treatment of food allergies.
  • Why am I so tired?: Seven simple ways to get your bounce back.
  • Gluten-free? Here’s your fibre fix: Going gluten-free doesn’t mean you have to have less fibre. Dietitian Lana Hirth shows you how.
  • Was Grandma really healthier?: We sometimes romanticise the past, but which of Gran’s food habits are worth following and which are best left behind?


  • Food for thought: Editor-at-large Niki Bezzant looks at the term ‘plant-based’ and why it’s not just for vegans or vegetarians.


  • Shopping savvy: Geographical indications, Niki’s lunch of the month, book review.
  • How much … is in that?: Vitamin C in that winter food.
  • Smart swaps: To reduce your saturated fat.
  • Portion disortion: Steaks, home and away.

This month’s recipes

  • In season: Enjoy baby leeks, and portobello mushrooms.
  • Flavours of India: We take you to the subcontinent for dinner.
  • It’s on the table: Tasty weeknight meals for two.
  • Get stuffing: Delicious stuffed veges, full of fibre and flavour.
  • 5pm panic: Quick, wholesome family meals.
  • Makeover: Mince ‘n’ cheese pie.
  • Frittatas 5 ways: One-pan wonders, packed with veges and protein.
  • Single serve: Vegetable and sausage pilaf with egg.
  • #HFG Kids: Cheesy baked stuffed potatoes.
  • Sweet treats: Warming winter puds.

… and more!

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