Whilst not everyone feels the need for breakfast, research does
show that eating breakfast can improve concentration and makes
you less likely to get cravings for more unhealthy foods if you
have had something to eat in the morning. Even eating just a piece of fruit can help provide your body with valuable energy for the day ahead.
Our April newsletter is out now! We have been very busy recently with new sign-ups to our mailing list, so we are taking a look at the main Project Food principles for eating well this month. Remember, it’s not just … More
Our March newsletter is out now! Last month we took a look at the different types of sugar and how to identify them. This month the spotlight is on food labels and ‘sugar swaps’. Learning more about this can help … More
We recently welcomed BBC Spotlight news to our kitchens to film a news feature on our cooking classes for children from low-income families or with SEND. Working with River Cottage and NHS Property Services volunteers, we hosted 3 days of … More