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Eat Yourself Healthy

Monthly archive for February 2016

Smoke Point Chart for Cooking Oils

How Much Protein Is Contained In Food

How Much Protein Is Contained In Food

Protein Content of Commonly Consumed Foods Animal Sources Meat and Fish Chicken, breast, skin off, roasted, 100g: 34 g of protein Lamb, chops, 100g: 28g of protein Beef, 100g: 27g of protein Snapper 1 x fillet (approx. 170g): 45g of protein Salmon 1/2 x fillet (approx. 180g): 39g of protein Tuna, tinned, 85g: 22g of protein Ham, 100g: 17g of protein Bacon whole rashe, grilled, 100g: 22.2g of protein Sausage, beef, grilled, 100g: 13.9g of protein Sausage, pork, grilled, 100g: 16.8g of protein   Dairy and Eggs Eggs, 1 x large, poached: 6g of protein Milk, goat’s, full fat, 100mL:

Are nut milks all they’re cracked up to be?

Are nut milks all they're cracked up to be?

  If you’re like me, then you may be pretty nuts about nut milk!  Since being diagnosed with an intolerance to cow’s dairy as a kid, I was pretty relieved when commercial brands of nut milks came onto the market. Nowadays it’s possible to buy everything from almond through to cashew nut milk, and the latest kid on the block – macadamia! But are these commercial brands of nut milk really all they’re cracked up to be as far as their nutritional value and the hefty price tag many of them tend to carry? Those looking to replace cow’s dairy