It’s true! Peanuts grow under the ground so are technically considered a legume, but nutritionally are more similar to nuts. Whatever you class them as there’s no denying they’re delicious and versatile. Find out more about their benefits here.
New research has shown why not all flours on Australian supermarket shelves are equal and revealing the health benefits behind choosing whole grain. Read our media release here.
In response to the announcement in favour of a review of the 2013 Australian Dietary Guidelines, we’re calling for a greater emphasis on plant protein foods as per our latest Public Statement. Read more here.
With the start of the new finanical year we decided it was time for a fresh new look, so we’re excited to reveal our new logo and branding! Everything we stand for has stayed the same, you’ll just notice a more modern colourway on all our communications channels from today – if you have any … Continue reading
Got a cupboard full of beans, peas and lentils and struggling to know what to do with them? Take a look at our blog post here for recipe inspiration and the lowdown on just why legumes are so good for you!
Next week we’re kicking off our Whole Grain Challenge! Will you be joining us? Find out here how you can take part and enjoy the benefits of three serves of whole grain every day.
If you’ve suddenly found yourself working from home you may be wondering what to eat to keep you fuelled up and motivated for a long day online – download your copy of our latest e-book here for delicious inspiration…
You can’t have failed to notice the recent media hype given to a group of little grains, commonly referred to as ‘ancient grains’ and which are frequently touted as being considerably more nutritious than traditional grains such as wheat, oats and rye – more than likely to justify their often considerable price tags. These trendy … Continue reading
Pseudo-grains, or pseudo-cereals as they’re also known, have increasingly been enjoying the limelight as our awareness of grains expands beyond wheat, oats and barley and new grain varieties become more and more popular. So what is a pseudo-grain? Pseudo-grains like quinoa, amaranth and buckwheat are actually seeds and just like regular grains have similar overall nutrient compositions, being a … Continue reading
Why is breakfast so important? Take a look at our blog post here by exercise and nutrition scientist Kathleen Alleaume, showing why we should be taking the time to break our fast in the morning and just how to create a balanced breakfast!