in this issue!
Eat the rainbow! Blue and red foods like berries and beetroot can naturally ease inflammation. (5 top foods to beat inflammation, p18) This Peanut butter & jam milkshake is a breakfast worth getting out of bed for! (Shake it up, p84) Eat vitamin C-rich foods (like oranges and broccoli) with iron-rich foods (like red meat and spinach) as iron helps you absorb vitamin C. (6 steps to get your energy back! p38) Which snack bar is the healthiest? Choose one with over 3g of fibre. (How much fibre is in that snack bar? p32) Feeling cranky? Research has found our gut bacteria helps stabilise our mood. And these gut bacteria thrive on healthy food! (Why you need a gut full! p44) Whip up this delicious seafood paella in just 20 minutes! (5pm panic, p72) Cocoa powder has the most antioxidants of all chocolate, so hot chocolate is a healthy treat ( just skip the marshmallows!) (Why you should choose dark chocolate, p28) Chow down on chickpeas, beans and lentils. Studies show that a diet high in these foods leads to weight loss — even without dieting. (News bites, p12) Be kind to your heart and swap the cheese on your salad for avocado. (Smart swaps — salt, p24) Balsamic vinegar slows digestion so you feel full for longer. So this winter, splash it on roast vegies like pumpkin and sweet potato. (Stack on the flavour, p26)