HOW TO SHOP LIKE GRAN DID!
Step back in time and add these not-so-new ‘superfoods’ to your trolley next time you shop!
Slow-cooked oats are not just filling — they can help lower your levels of harmful LDL cholesterol.
Brussels sprouts can reduce your risk of colon cancer, University of Western Australia research shows.
Green beans are rich in fibre and calcium for strong bones, as well as folate to boost healthy cell function.
Prunes not only help combat the discomfort of constipation — they also boost your bone health. Chop them up and add them to muesli for brekkie.
Pearl barley is a good source of protein and fibre. You can use it in salads and hearty soups and stews to help reduce bad cholesterol.
Parsnips were a popular veg often added to soups and stews. They’re high in fibre, vitamin C and potassium — good for heart and kidney health.