It is that time of year when everyone has made New Year Resolutions it could be losing weight, eating more healthier, being more productive etc. This year it seems that one resolution that many people are taking up is to become Vegan. Personally I try to do one day a week meat free but not sure I could be fully vegan.
So what is a Vegan and can it be a long-term success?
A recent survey shows that in the UK we have around 700g of sugar a week which is around 140 teaspoons per person. You may say ‘well I only have 1 teaspoon of sugar in my tea/coffee a day’ but remember you are sweet enough – and below are some tips on how to cut down on sugar during the dayYet sugar comes in many different forms – Below are some examples of sugar by another name
Any added sugars (and this includes table sugar, honey and syrups) should be limited to around 30g a day and this is for anyone over the age of 11.
There are natural occurring sugar in most fruit, veg and diary. These are far more healthy and full of vital vitamins and nutrients we all need. Also they have fiber and protein which can help slow down the digestion and give you a more steady stream of energy release.
Naturally occurring sugars in things like fruits, vegetables and dairy are much more nutritious than added sugars, because they come with important vitamins and nutrients, as well as fiber and protein that slow their digestion and make them a more steady source of energy.
So below are some tips on how to reduce sugar in your diet with your daily meals
There are so many varieties of wine. A visit to your local store will show a vast array of wines and you are always spoilt for choice. There are so many elements that make up a good bottle of wine – so how can you make sure the wine you are buying is the best wine around?
Below are some tips that will help you determine what is a good wine. These tips will help you make sure that any party you plan will make impress your guests with the quality of wine you are providing and make your event even better.