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We are so excited to be sharing our love and passion for nutrition, health and food with you! Feel welcome to browse through our blog where you will find evidence based articles on nutrition and health. We also share some super YUMMY and healthy recipes with you under our recipe tag and BE INSPIRED by our meet the dietitian and success stories!

Latest Posts

Heart, dumbbells and fruits, apples, oranges on a white wooden background Expert Tips for a Healthier Lifestyle (2/22/2017) - February is national Healthy Lifestyles Awareness Month, with Healthy Lifestyles Awareness Day being celebrated on 22nd February. The National Department of Health encourages all South Africans to live healthier lifestyles, through promoting healthy eating, regular physical activity, avoiding tobacco products, and drinking alcohol in moderation, if at all. But can improving our lifestyles have much … Read More
adsa_what-adsa-does-collage The facts about ADSA (2/21/2017) - Have you ever wondered who ADSA is or why you should become a member? Read on to find out more about what ADSA does and how you can get involved. The Association for Dietetics in South Africa, or ADSA, is the professional organisation for registered dietitians, and has been committed to serving the interests of … Read More

Latest Recipes

adsa_melktert_1 Melk Tart, a South African Classic (11/25/2016) - We love the sweet tooth satisfaction offered by this better-for-you twist on a classic South African dessert. Created by chef, Vanessa Marx, this Melk Tart recipe is a great family dessert. Dietitian Cheryl Meyer says that seeds like pumpkin, sunflower and sesame seeds are easily incorporated into a variety of dishes. They not only boost flavour and … Read More
adsa_chicken-recipe_2 CHICKEN SKEWERS, DIPS & SEED FLATBREAD (11/18/2016) - We love this recipe – it makes a delicious starter for summer entertaining. Making your own dips and marinade rather than using store-bought varieties gives you more control and means you know exactly which ingredients have gone into those dishes. Not only are the chickpeas in the hummus rich in slowly-digested starch and fibre, helping to … Read More

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