‘Amazing and vibrant’ healthy eating takeaway reveals plans for opening in Nottinghamshire

A healthy eating Korean takeaway is the latest addition to Nottinghamshire’s diverse food and drink scene.

Grounded Kitchen will be opening in West Bridgford – in the former Age UK shop in Tudor Square.

The company already has outlets in Leicester, Market Harborough and soon, Loughborough.

Since first opening in 2017, Grounded Kitchen has made a name for itself with nourishing, flavoursome food.

Specialities include spicy peanut buddha bowls, bulgogi chicken, gochujang tuna and the spiciest dish of all Buldak fire with chicken, beef or prawns and a layer of melted cheese on top.

The business says: “We believe great

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Britain lacks healthy eating focus as response to COVID-19, say academics

LONDON (Reuters) – Britain has failed to adequately support healthy nutrition for its citizens in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, food policy experts said on Friday.

People queue to receive the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine outside a closed down Debenhams store that is being used as a vaccination centre in Folkestone, Kent, Britain January 28, 2021. REUTERS/Andrew Couldridge

In an open letter to Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Professors Tim Lang of City, University of London, Erik Millstone of Sussex University and Terry Marsden of Cardiff University said a lack of government focus on healthy eating amounted to “a dereliction

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11 Simple Steps to a Healthy Diet

Do you think eating healthy means you have to radically change your diet and give up all your favorite foods? Think again. Improving your health could be as easy as switching from white to whole-wheat bread, adding a tablespoon of ground flaxseed to your afternoon yogurt, or ordering your favorite coffee drink with skim milk instead of whole. Making little changes to your diet can add up to BIG health benefits.

Here are 11 steps you can take to improve your diet starting today. Do them all if you can.


Healthy Eating Tip No. 1: Switch to 100%

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New guidelines encourage healthy eating throughout life | Community

If the New Year has you inspired to change your eating habits, the U.S. Departments of Agriculture and Health and Human Services recently released the updated Dietary Guidelines for Americans to help you work toward a healthier lifestyle.

These guidelines are revised every five years and serve as a guide for policymakers. They also serve as a tool for public health professionals and food service managers to help individuals start on a path to healthier living. For the first time, these guidelines encourage all of us to make healthy eating choices across the lifespan, which begins at pregnancy and progresses

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USDA’s new, best advice on healthy eating

“Before that (serving on the committee), I was always a little suspicious of who cares (about the dietary guidelines).” In fact, “People would always say, ‘Who cares?’ said Slavin, a registered dietitian and professor in the Department of Food Science and Nutrition at the University of Minnesota who teaches advanced human nutrition.

Her message now is, “It’s really a lot more important than people think it is. It will affect policy going forward” on such things as school lunches, elderly feeding and the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program, or SNAP, she said. For example, the 2015-2020 dietary guidelines stressed the importance

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10 tips for healthy eating

Christmas is the time of year when most of us let go of healthy eating habits and instead indulge in the rich foods and drinks on offer.

January is Health Month in The Irish Times. Throughout the month, in print and online, we will be offering encouragement and inspiration to help us all improve our physical and mental health in 2021. See
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And while the traditional Christmas dinner of roast turkey with cranberry sauce, vegetables and potatoes isn’t in itself unhealthy, the wines and spirits, Christmas cake, puddings and chocolates that are often binged on for days over the

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How to Cut Back on Sugar in 7 Days, According to a Dietitian

What if we told you just one change a day could help you cut back on or eliminate sugar in your diet? Well, it’s not too good to be true, and this seven-day sugar challenge from the new Hearst Home book Sugar Shock by Carol Prager and Samantha Cassetty, M.S., R.D., will teach you how.

Day 1: Nix the sugary snacks.


Get rid of easy-to-grab sweets in your pantry or drawer—cookies, energy bars, muffins, candy—and you’re already slashing a bunch of unnecessary calories. A good rule of thumb is to stick to 25 grams (or 6 teaspoons of sugar) per

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How to jumpstart healthy eating with a 7-day plant-based diet meal plan, prepared by a registered dietitian



a group of fruit and vegetable stand: A plant-based diet minimizes animal foods like meat, eggs, and dairy. Crystal Cox/Business Insider


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A plant-based diet minimizes animal foods like meat, eggs, and dairy. Crystal Cox/Business Insider

  • A plant-based diet means eating more vegetables, fruits, whole grains, beans, legumes, nuts, and seeds. 
  • You should minimize your intake of animal foods like meat, eggs, and dairy, but you don’t need to exclude these foods entirely. 
  • Research has found that a plant-based diet is very beneficial, as it can improve heart health, reduce your risk of cancer and diabetes, and even help the environment. 
  • Visit Insider’s Health Reference library for more advice.

Plant-based diets are becoming more popular as Americans seek

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What Happens to Your Body When You Eat Farmed Salmon

Fish is, by all accounts, a miracle food. A great source of lean protein and other vital nutrients, it’s often highlighted as the “health-conscious” alternative on restaurant menus. A flaky pink salmon, especially, is the go-to “lighter fare.” But before you order that filet, consider—where did the fish come from? And, maybe more importantly, does it matter? In short: yes and no. Salmon can either be farmed or wild-caught, and there is a debate between experts in the nutrition community about which method is superior—and what happens to your body when you eat farmed salmon.

“Both farmed and wild

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High School Students Still Don’t Eat Enough Fruits or Vegetables

In news unlikely to be shocking to any parent of a high school student, too many have continued to eschew fruits and vegetables, a new analysis shows.



a person sitting at a table eating food: STAMFORD, CONNECTICUT - SEPTEMBER 08: A student prepares lunch in the cafeteria during the first day of school at Stamford High School on September 08, 2020 in Stamford, Connecticut. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, many school districts nationwide delayed the first day of school until after the Labor Day weekend. Stamford Public Schools started the semester with a hybrid model, which includes in-class learning every other day. Many families, however, chose the distance learning option due to fears of COVID-19 transmission between students. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)


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STAMFORD, CONNECTICUT – SEPTEMBER 08: A student prepares lunch in the cafeteria during the first day of school at Stamford High School on September 08, 2020 in Stamford, Connecticut. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, many school districts nationwide delayed the first day of school until after the Labor Day weekend. Stamford Public Schools started the semester with a hybrid model, which includes in-class learning every other day. Many families,

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