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return to the basics of eating whole-foods

 

• basic food facts • ultra-processed foods • food 4 health • food sensitivities •

 

FOOD BASICS

  • food facts
  • components
  • nutrition
  • food history

FOOD GROUPS

  • commodities
  • food guides
  • NOVA groups
  • ultra-processed

FOOD 4 HEALTH

  • food 4 health
  • diet & disease
  • food choices

 

SENSITIVITIES

  • food allergies
  • intolerances
  • low FODMAP
  • restricted diets

Welcome to Food.4.Health
facts on food,
food groups,
food processing,
food for health,
food sensitivities,
nutrition on restricted diets.

 

Leonie Elizabeth
Master of Human Nutrition
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DISCLAIMER

Nothing on this website should be taken as medical or dietary advice. Anyone reading any information within should seek advice from their own medical practitioner for any condition, disease, illness or health-related issue. Always seek your own advice from a medical practitioner or dietitian before changing your own diet.

 

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