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  1. How to Host a Festive and Healthy Christmas Day

    How to Host a Festive and Healthy Christmas Day

    With the Christmas countdown clock ticking, it’s time to start planning for an incredible Christmas feast with your loved ones. Indulging in all that the silly season has to offer is tradition, but it is possible to prepare yourself in advance for the calorie onslaught. Including some healthy and wholesome foods can be just as delicious and will set you up for feeling fantastic through to the New Year and beyond.

  2. Recipes: Instant Summer Cocktails

    Recipes: Instant Summer Cocktails

    Cheers! Enjoy these instant Summer cocktails using smoothies from the Dietlicious range.

    Ready in a minute, all you need is a cocktail shaker or protein shaker and you’ll be in business!


    1. Add a small scoop of ice to cocktail shaker
    2. Add remaining ingredients
    3. Shake for a few seconds
    4. Pour into a cocktail glass
  3. Healthy Salmon Salad in under 10 minutes

    Healthy Salmon Salad in under 10 minutes

    This dish shows the versatility of our Salmon Chermoulal. Not just a complete meal for one, it can easily be turned into a scrumptious healthy salmon salad for two. The beauty of this salad is that the hard work has already been done for you! It’s also completely flexible - you can easily substitute any ingredients you don’t have and add the optional extras as you see fit.

  4. Body, mind and the occasional shiraz: Red wine benefits

    Body, mind and the occasional shiraz: Red wine benefits

    We’ve all heard that wine is good for us but how good exactly? And how much is enough? And what type is best? 

  5. Recipe: Healthy Anzac Biscuits

    Recipe: Healthy Anzac Biscuits

    These yummy cookies will satisfy your Anzac cravings and leave you feeling gratified and better yet, guilt-free!

    Anzac biscuits have long been associated with the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) which was established in World War I.  The biscuits were initially known as ‘soldier biscuits’ and were sold at fetes and public events to raise money to support the war effort. Later they were included in parcels that loved ones and charities sent to the troops, as the biscuits tended to last well.

  6. Christmas cooking: Make it or fake it!

    Christmas Cooking: Make it or fake it

    Want it all home-made but don’t have the time? We’ll help show you how to fake it this Christmas.  That’s right, but shhhhh now…. it’s our top tips on how to order in this festive season and pass it all off as your own.  Truly, your guests will think you’re rocking a 5 star restaurant.  And why not, it’s just working smarter not harder, isn’t it?


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