Niki Bezzant - Editor-at-large

Niki Bezzant

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Niki Bezzant is a writer, speaker, editor and commentator. She’s the founding editor (now editor-at-large) of Healthy Food Guide magazine, a columnist for the Herald on Sunday and a frequent contributor to broadcast media. Niki has been involved in the food media for nearly 20 years. She is currently president of Food Writers New Zealand and a proud ambassador for the Garden to Table programme which helps kids learn how to grow, cook and share food. She is a member of the Council of Directors for the True Health Initiative, a global coalition of health professionals dedicated to sharing a science-based message of what we know for sure about lifestyle and health. Niki is on the Board of the NZ Nutrition Foundation.

More reading from Niki Bezzant

Breakfast

Shakshuka with lentils and feta

Mains

Smoky paprika tofu scramble

Fritters

Lamb ragout with barley and cauliflower pilaf

Mains

Brisket and vege open sandwich

ADVICE

A tax we can be sweet with

Niki Bezzant calls for government action on taxing sugar-sweetened beverages....

ADVICE

How to smash your daily fibre target

Nutrition experts have known for a long time that dietary...

SHOPPING

Weeknight meal planner – Winter 7

Enjoy four nights of delicious, nutritionist-approved meals for two, for...

Mains

Mexi spiced rice with chicken and slaw

Mains

Hearty miso ginger chicken soup

Mains

Rigatoni with broccoli and feta

Curries, Asian-style

Rich tomato tofu curry

Mains

Roasted carrot and feta salad with dukkah

ADVICE

The essential facts about essential oils

Niki Bezzant finds that the latest health craze doesn’t smell...

ADVICE

Are you skinny fat?

You might look like you’re the picture of the health...

SHOPPING

Weeknight meal planner – Autumn 9

Enjoy four nights of delicious, nutritionist-approved meals for two, for...

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