We’ve just published our latest paper on the changing breakfast cereal aisle, examining how nutrition and claims are shifting – read more here.
We’re celebrating Good Gut Week from March 8-13 – focusing on incorporating plenty of whole grains and legumes to maintain good digestive health. Join us for delicious new recipes and easy tips and tricks on eating for a healthy gut! Read more here.
To celebrate the humble pulse this World Pulses Day we’ve put together a list of our favourite ways to use beans, peas and lentils… 1. Summer smoothies for breakfast: A healthy breakfast sets you up for a day of healthier eating and on warmer mornings smoothies make the perfect quick and easy option. But have … Continue reading
Sprouted foods have emerged as a major trend over the last few years and based on the steadily growing range of sprouted grain products on supermarket shelves in Australia, this trend is here to stay. But the process isn’t a new one – in fact, its thought the history of sprouting goes back 5,000 years … Continue reading
By Jaimee Hughes, Accredited Practising Dietitian We all know that following a nutritious diet is good for our physical health, but did you know that what we choose to eat also has a big impact on our mental wellbeing? Regularly eating whole grains and legumes can reduce our risk of type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease … Continue reading
We’ve been delving into the latest research on whole grains, legumes and mood and the benefits of eating a balanced diet for good mental health. Take a look at our latest hot topic here to find out more.
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
The New Nordic Diet is the latest media trend being touted as the next big thing. But what exactly is it? And why is it so good for you? We’ve taken a look at the latest research so you don’t have to. Read our blog post here for tips on eating Nordic style today!
As the weather starts to cool down, there are few things more nourishing than warming up with delicious comfort food, like a big bowl of homemade soup. Not only is soup a quick, easy and healthy dinner solution, it’s easily reheated for a wholesome lunch the next day – often tasting even better! Or simply … Continue reading
GLNC’s 2018 Grains Audit revealed that almost half the grain foods in Australian supermarkets were a good source of fibre, with between 4-7g per serve! Click here to see the full breakdown for rice, pasta and noodles.