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The Best Foods to Help You Lose Weight
There's magic formula to losing weight, other than a balanced diet and regular exercise. Many foods quickly create the sensation of fullness, or supply you with a high level of energy from just one small serving, so let’s take a look at the ones you should be putting into your diet to help you lose weight.
Greek Yogurt and Regular Yogurt: What's the Difference?
Greek yogurt has earned a reputation as the healthy snack that complements a variety of naturally sweet goods, as well as featuring plenty of its own inherent health benefits should you eat it on its own. But just how different is Greek yoghurt from any other kind of yogurt, and are there any specific health benefits?
Why Grapefruit is One of the World's Healthiest Foods
The super-sour member of the Rutaceae that looks like an oversized orange but with a uniquely pink color on the inside, grapefruit is the citric fruit most commonly found at the breakfast table and in a wide variety of juice products. With just over 80 calories per serving, it's also of the healthiest foods out there and it definitely deserves more attention.
How to Save the Planet: Cut Down on Meat and Stop Wasting Food
Food production is one of the world’s most damaging industries, with 15% of all greenhouse gases emitted globally being the result of livestock. And that’s not taking into account the amount of energy and resources needed to rear that livestock. Cutting down on the amount of meat you eat, and making sure your plates are empty at the end of every meal, can really help save the planet.
The Best Foods for an Upset Stomach
Just as important as keeping your stomach satisfied is keeping it healthy and feeding it the right kinds of healthy, nutritional foods to prevent it from getting upset and giving you some terrible cramps and aches as a result. Here are some of the best foods to naturally relieve symptoms of an upset stomach.
Why You Should Be Eating Steak Just a Few Times a Week
Steak and other meat-based products are still to be enjoyed – and they have plenty of health benefits – but what you eat really can change the world. Cutting down on your consumption of meat to just a few times a day can make a substantial change to the world around you, so while beef is still to be enjoyed, here's why you should cut back to eating it just a few times a week.
Cucumber Health Benefits

Cucumbers are the secret superfood that you should really take more seriously, as they offer so much more than an added bit of crunch to your salad or some flavoring to your water pitchers. Here’s a breakdown of the health benefits of the humble cucumber, and why you need to put more of it in your diet.  

Kale Health Benefits (and How to Cook It)
Even in the past few years, it seems you couldn’t open a single health food magazine, or scroll through more than three feet of an organic retailer’s website, without finding at least one mention of the fluffy green superfood. But kale has always been the lowkey superfood and there are plenty of good reasons to get more of it in your diet.
What's the Difference Between Carbon Neutral and Carbon Negative?
Unlike many other fads that come and go with the tide, being environmentally conscious is one trend that will never go out of style. This evergreen lifestyle choice is one that will only become more and more prescient in the years ahead and can implemented across every level of day-to-life. One of the most important moves being made by companies is to be either carbon neutral or carbon negative - but what's the difference?
7 Nutritious Herbs You Can Easily Add to Your Diet
As every artist has their mixing palette, so too does every chef need their herbs and spices rack. These are the small pots of magic that can be used to transform the aroma and flavour of any meal, adding warmth and texture to transform the dining experience. They are also loaded with health benefits, so here are nine of the best to get into your meal plans.
What are Good Foods to Eat During the COVID-19 Pandemic?
A varied and nutritional diet is always an important consideration in anyone’s lifestyle, but during this worldwide health crisis it has taken on a whole new level of significance. Maintaining a strong immune system is the best way to ward off illness, so here are some dietary guidelines to help you through COVID-19.
Guide to Different Kinds of Apples
Good for your heart, believed to reduce the risk of diabetes, and even containing certain compounds which can combat the effects of asthma, there are plenty of plus points for getting more apples into your diet. To help you see why exactly, here’s the quick guide to apples you’ll be happy to have come across.
The Best Foods to Eat (and Avoid) for Acid Reflux
The right diet can soothe most ailments and illnesses, often serving as a substitute for certain store-bought medications, and the same can be said for combatting acid reflux. Here are some of the best foods to eat - and avoid - if you suffer from acid reflux.
Tips on Keeping Safe in the Kitchen During COVID
Good hygiene in the kitchen has always been a top priority for any chef, but, with so many of us cooking at home, it takes on a whole new level of importance in this current health crisis. To keep you safe in the kitchen, here are some of the top tips to keep in mind and keep the risks of contamination down.
Summer: What's in Season?

Summer brings no shortage of encouragement to step outside and catch some rays but it also proffers enough exciting new ingredients to help you enjoy a more varied diet and serve up more vibrant dishes. With so much to look forward to, here are some of the Buffalo Market favourites due to come into season from the end of June.

Piedmontese Is the Incredibly Lean and Tender Beef You Need to Try
The pride of meat-lovers the world over, Piedmontese beef steak is beloved for its incredible tenderness and juiciness. Yet, with few familiar with this exquisite breed of cattle, it may just be the best steak you've never heard of.
Spring: What's in Season?
Spring is the season in which the world really comes alive after months of dark evenings and cold mornings. With the explosion of new tastes, textures, and colours soon to find their way into your kitchen, here are some of the foods you can look forward to this season.