Top 10 foods on the menu

SourdoughSourdough bread
Tastes great and is low in GI (glycaemic index), thus satisfies for longer than traditionally-baked breads.
Nuts & seedsNuts and seeds
Packed with protein and healthy fats that help protect from heart disease and inflammatory diseases like arthritis.
Healthier alternative to butter and margarines as avocadoes are high in anti-ageing and anti-cancer antioxidants, and are also high in healthy fats, particularly the monounsaturated type.
Low fat dairyLow-fat dairy
Important calcium source, which we need for healthy bones and muscles, calcium is also necessary for efficient fat metabolism.
Peas and beans are important high-fibre and high-protein foods – good for hunger control and keeping cholesterol levels down.

Great lean protein food, low in fat and extremely satisfying.

Wholegrain cerealsWholegrain breakfast cereals

A great way to start the day, high in slow- release carbohydrates, fibre and good iron source for vegetarians.


One of the best fruits as they are filling, high in potassium (good for kidney function) and regular consumption may protect against kidney diseases like kidney cancer.



Just one glass of tomato juice a day has been shown to prevent blood from clotting. Tomatoes are also a great source of vitamin C, beta carotene (vitamin A) and lycopene which helps prevent prostate cancer.


Lemons add lots of flavour especially to salads and fish and the acidity in lemons slow down the rate of carbohydrate digestion.