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From fruits and nuts to grains and seaweed, what benefits do superfoods offer in the real world? We’ve put together a handy little guide to some of the most common superfoods and their super powers.

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Brrrr! Winter weather may make you shiver but it’s the perfect time of year to break out hearty comfort dishes for dinner. Check out these simple recipes using time-saving Panasonic microwave ovens and kitchen appliances to give you maximum in winter warmth with a minimum of effort.

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Easter eggs have been appearing on the supermarket shelves since New Year and by now they have whole dedicated aisles but that doesn’t need to mean you have to take home the same foil-wrapped treat as everyone else.

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You have a kitchen full of appliances but are you working them to their full potential? We’ve comprised a list of simple kitchen hacks …

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Maca is a Peruvian root vegetable that is dried and taken as a dietary supplement. It is rich in fatty acids, Zinc, and vitamins C, B1, B2, and B12. Health benefits can include improved energy levels, fertility levels, immune functioning, and libido.

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This hack is a method chefs have been swearing by for years. It will make removing the shell from a hard-boiled egg that much easier.

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A quick and easy recipe for making your own nut (of your choice) butter.

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Contains 290 kcal per 100g. Spirulina is a natural salt-water plant, and is consumed as a dried dietary supplement. It contains all of the essential amino acids and is rich in ‘good’ fats. It is also a very good source of Magnesium, Potassium, Pantothenic acid and vitamin K. Pregnant women and infants should not consume Spirulina due to the possibility of water pollution accumulating in Spirulina.

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Contains 89 kcal per 100g. Bananas are an excellent source of fibre and vitamin B6, and are a good source of vitamin C, Potassium and Manganese. Whilst bananas are a great fuel for the body, they are relatively high in sugar, so moderate consumption is recommended for weight loss purposes.

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Contains 50 kcal per 100g. Kale is an excellent source of Beta Carotene, vitamins K, B6, and C, Calcium, Potassium, Copper, and Manganese. It is also rich in fibre, Riboflavin, Iron, Folate, Phosphorus, and Magnesium.

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