Food and nutrients - Meat, seafood

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New advice on meat, dairy and eggs for...

Last week, the Australian Heart Foundation issued new advice on...

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The future is bright

Age-related macular degeneration is a leading cause of vision loss...

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Hold the bacon

In what could be good news for pigs (but less...

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Just take the first step…

If you want to eat healthier, put on your trainers.Researchers...

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Buy better: Choosing chicken

Chicken is a hugely popular protein. Here are some tips...

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Tips for a healthier barbecue

Kiwis love a summer barbecue and now, thanks to science,...

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Guide to choosing beef

Different cuts of meat have different nutritional values, cooking requirements...

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How to stir-fry meat

Sick of your chicken or beef stir-fries producing watery, pale...

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How to cook steak

Meat cooking can seem intimidating, and you’ll read all sorts...

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High-protein diet and heart failure risk

Middle-aged men who eat a high-protein diet may have a...

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Portion distortion: Steak

A Texas-size steak may seem a great deal when you’re...

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How much saturated fat is in your sausages?

We know the sizzle in sausages comes from the fat...

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How much omega-3 is in that fish?

Not just brilliant brain food, omega-3 is a significant player...

ASK THE EXPERTS

Ask the experts: Risk of bowel cancer from...

Q. I’ve heard the risk of bowel cancer from eating...

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Rare meat

What do rule changes about serving rare meat mean for...

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How to choose frozen fish

We were once limited to the humble fish finger, but...

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Science update: How much red meat is safe?

We’re a red-meat eating nation, but just how much is...

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How to choose sausages

Sausages are part of New Zealand’s food fabric, but not...

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