Spicy Peanut Tofu

Are you vegan?

Are looking for tasty vegan recipe?

Or maybe, you are not vegan but would like to vary and try new foods?


This is the recipe you are looking for – Spicy Peanut Tofu!


This recipe comes from an Asian cuisine. Asian cuisine is home to many different cultures and food. However they have many common ingredients such as rice, ginger, garlic, sesame seeds, chilies, dried onions, soy and tofu. They also have traditional cooking methods such as stir frying, steaming and deep frying.

This Spicy Peanut Tofu recipe offers a rich taste due to its various herbs and spices used, especially in the peanut sauce. This recipe is quite easy as it takes about 10 minutes to prepare and 30 minutes to cook.


Total Time: 40 minutes

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 30 minutes


Serves 3

  • 1 block of dry tofu
  • 1 tablespoon flour
  • 1 small head of broccoli, cut into florets
  • 1 red bell pepper, cut into strips
  • 140g rice
  • 3 tablespoons olive oil
  • Pinch of salt
Peanut sauce:
  • 60g peanut butter
  • 40g light soy sauce
  • 40g sesame oil
  • 30g vinegar
  • 1 tablespoon chili paste
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • A small knob of ginger, peeled
  • A clove of garlic
  • 30ml water


  • Press the tofu to remove the liquid out. Cut the tofu in cubes and coat it in the flour. Arrange on a baking sheet.
  • Arrange the broccoli florets and peppers on another baking sheet. Drizzle the olive oil and salt.
  • Place both baking sheets in the oven at 220 degrees Celsius for 20 – 30 minutes or until the tofu is slightly crisped and the broccoli is properly roasted.
  • In the meantime, cook the rice as per packet instructions.
  • Also, prepare the sauce by blending all the ingredients together.
  • Serve tofu and broccoli with rice and a good drizzle of peanut sauce.


NB: For a dry tofu thaw the day before in the fridge, drain and press water out. You will be able to get more water out of tofu that way.

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SIBO – Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth

Have you ever heard of SIBO?

Can SIBO be treated?

What to do in your diet if you suffer from SIBO?

Here’s what to do to elevate your symptoms!


SIBO! We don’t usually hear this word often but that doesn’t mean that it is rare. In fact, it is considered quite a common condition. Unfortunately, there are no reliable date on how many people are diagnosed with SIBO. In this blog, we are going to look across the latest researches to answer these questions and provide you with current, scientific data.

SIBO stands for Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth. This condition affects the small intestine and occurs when there is an abnormal increase in the overall bacterial population. These bacteria are not commonly found in that part of the digestive tract as they usually found in other parts of the gut, where they are eliminated regularly. SIBO can cause various symptoms such as:

  • Abdominal bloating
  • Abdominal pain
  • Constipation
  • Indigestion
  • Gas and flatulence
  • Diarrhoea
  • Fatigue
  • Malabsorption of macro and micro-nutrients
  • Nausea
  • Vitamin deficiencies
  • Anaemia
  • Weight loss
Possible causes of SIBO

This condition is not yet well understood and there are numerous potential culprits. To list some:

  • Anatomical and structural problems inside and outside the small intestine such as scar tissue.
  • Other medical conditions such as IBS or IBD, coeliac disease and diabetes mellitus can slow down the digestion of food.
  • Absence of antimicrobial barriers such as pancreatic enzymes which naturally prevent bacteria from inhabiting the small intestine.
  • Drugs that change the pH level of stomach acid can also weaken your immune system.
  • Poor Immune System caused by cancer, HIV, coeliac disease, IBS or IBD.
Treatment of SIBO

SIBO can be treated with:

  • long term antibiotics
  • diet changes


When it comes to diet reversing nutritional deficiencies is an important part of treating SIBO, especially among individuals who had severe weight loss. In addition, a low FODMAP Diet may also be prescribed. FODMAP stands for fermentable oligosaccharides, disaccharides, monosaccharides and polyols. The diet focuses on excluding carbohydrates that are high in the mentioned types of sugars i.e. oligosaccharides, disaccharides, monosaccharides and polyols. Foods containing this type of sugars can ferment in your intestines, act as bacterial food and you end up with SIBO symptoms.


If, you suffer from any of the symptoms above and you still don’t know what’s causing it I suggest you visit your doctor or a registered dietitian. If, you would to have to dietitians help kindly contact us. In addition, please subscribe to our website for more nutrition information and free recipes.


Obesity in Children

What is obesity ?

What causes obesity in children?

How should we treat obesity in children?


Wriiten by Ms Dilara Kamisli; Reviewed by Ms Rowinda Dimech


According to the World Health Organization (WHO), obesity is one of the most serious health problems, worldwide. In fact, over 4 million people die each year as a result of being overweight or obese. Overweight and obesity in children increased from 4% to 18% in the past few years. As health professionals, we use certain tools to measure overweight and obesity. These are growth charts or Body Mass Index (BMI). The BMI is a measure of body fat based on a child’s weight according to his height. The readings below indicate that:

  • BMI below 19 – underweight
  • BMI 20 to 25 – normal weight
  • BMI 25 to 30 – overwieght
  • BMI over 30 – obese
What is obesity?

First of all in this blog, it should be emphasized that obesity is not an aesthetic concern, but a silent disease. Therefore, obesity needs to be treated holistically in both adults and children in order to prevent various chronic conditions, later in life. Children who suffer from obesity have a higher risk of cardiovascular diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, kidney failure and fatty liver.

There are many reasons for obesity in children. Some of these reasons are:

  • Sedentary lifestyle
  • Unbalanced diet
  • Consuming too much fast food
  • Consuming calorie-dense foods
  • Consuming large portions
  • Consuming too much sugary drinks
  • Mood changes
  • Socio-economic level of the family.
  • Certain diseases – such as adrenal diseases and thyroid
Treatment of obesity in children

Obesity treatment in children must be dealt in a professional and holistic way. This means a team of professionals including a doctor, dietitian, sports therapist, family support and child’s compliance. The most important goal of obesity treatment is to ensure weight control throughout the child’s life. For this reason, regular nutrition and sports should be made a part of the child’s lifestyle. Below is a basic list of suggestions which can be done as part of treating obesity in children.


  • More fun activities which involves movement
  • More play time
  • Physical activity – ideally being part of a sports team
  • Eating more fruit and vegetables
  • A habit of eating regular, healthy meals
  • Limit consumption of sugary and carbonated drinks
Obesity in children and diet

In a nut shell, the five main food groups which include grains, dairy, protein, vegetables, and fruit, are generally a good starting point for any diet. The portions of each respective food group will depend heavily on age, genetic makeup, and physical activity therefore all children will have different portions sizes. In other words, two children of the same gender and age might still require different portion sizes. This is why it is very important not to compare your child’s diet with other children. In addition, since children are in the growth and development period, nutrition plays a very important role.

In fact, weight loss in children is different than weight loss in adult. This is why, we mentioned that a team approach is needed to treat children’s obesity. Dietary restrictions applied to achieve weight loss in children can lead to malnutrition, eating disorders – anorexia and bulimia nervosa, poor concentration and faltering growth. For this reason, energy-restricted meal plans are not recommended in the nutritional treatment of obese children and adolescents. However, in certain cases energy-restricted meal plans might help. It depends on the child’s situation.


This is why it is of utmost importance that if you would like that your child lose weight you consult a registered dietitian. If you would like to receive more nutrition information and free recipes please subscribe to our website. In addition, if you would like to book a consultation for your child please do not hesitate to contact us.



Ruby Red Mocktail

Are you looking for a refreshing drink this summer?

Are you looking for a sweet drink which can be enjoyed by all your family?

Here’s the recipe for you – Ruby Red Mocktail!


Mocktail is a non- alcoholic drink, usually made up of fruit juices, soft drinks, herbs and flavorings. This recipe of Ruby Red Mocktail contains mainly 3 ingredients which are cranberry, rosemary and lemonade. It is super easy to make. I decided to give it the name of ‘ruby red’ due to its colour from the cranberry juice.

This recipe offers plenty of micronutrients such as vitamin A, Bs and C, iron, calcium and proanthocyanidins. Proanthocyanidins are a type of anti-oxidants specifically found in cranberries which prevents urinary tract infections. If, you suffer from frequent urinary tract infections I suggest that you include more recipes with cranberries to your diet. In addition, since this recipe is non-alcoholic therefore it is ideal for all your family even if you have young kids. In fact, I would encourage you to try this recipe for your child since it offers a sweet taste but contains much lower sugars and calories than sugary drinks such as soft drinks.


Serves 4

Total time 10 minutes


For the rosemary syrup

  • 1L water
  • 800g sugar
  • 150g fresh rosemary
  • 4 whole cloves (optional)


  • 90g rosemary syrup
  • 90g cranberry juice
  • 90g lemonade


  • In a saucepan add the water, sugar, rosemary and cloves over medium heat. Simmer for 10 minutes until the sugar dissolves.
  • Remove the cloves and store in the fridge.
  • Add the rosemary syrup, cranberry juice and lemonade together and stir. Taste the mixture and adjust according to your palatable taste.
  • Garnish with rosemary and serve.
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Tuna Salad with Sour Cream Sauce

August…the hottest month of the year! Currently, with temperatures reaching over 40 degrees Celsius in Malta, it might become a continuous struggle to cook nutritious meals. And, it is understandable! This heat is leaving everyone exhausted with an attitude of ‘I don’t want to do anything!’ Usually, I love summer as I don’t suffer from heat but this year I have to admit that I want it to pass as quickly as possible. If, you are experiencing the same feelings about summer this year and you don’t feel like cooking I have the perfect recipe prepared for you. This Tuna Salad recipe is perfect for this period of time as it doesn’t involve any cooking. It is quite quick and easy to prepare in fact it takes only 15 minutes.


In addition, this tuna salad is full of vitamins, minerals and anti-oxidants. It is rich in vitamin A, Bs, C and E from the vegetables. It is also rich in omega-3 from the tuna and almonds. Omega-3 rich foods are important in our diet  as they lower cholesterol, reduces the risks of heart problems and optimize proper mental function. This recipe is also rich in anti-oxidants such as capsanthin, violaxanthin, lutein, quercetin and luteolin. These are important for proper immune function and to prevent cancerous cell formation in our body by reducing oxidative stress.


Serves 4 persons

Preparation time: 15mins

Chill time: 30 mins

Total time: 45 mins

  • 150g light sour cream
  • 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice
  • 80g peas
  • 80g celery
  • 80g green bell peppers
  • 60g onions
  • 60g olives
  • 360g canned tuna
  • Lettuce leaves
  • 60g toasted almonds
  • Put the sour cream, lemon juice, peas, celery, pepper, onion and olives in a bowl.
  • Cover the bowl and chill for 30 minutes up to 4 hours.
  • Place some lettuce at the bottom of a plate.
  • Mix the tuna with the chilled mixture prepared in the first step.
  • Put the mixture on the lettuce and sprinkle some almonds.


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Avocado Salad with Feta Cheese

Quinoa, Sweet Potato Salad


Healthy Drinks suggestions with this recipe:

Homemade Strawberry Lemonade

Non-alcoholic Sangria

Alcoholic Pear Harbor Cocktail


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Healthy Rice Pudding with Oats

Are you simply looking for a healthy dessert idea?

Do you have some extra time on your hands to prepare a delicious dessert?

Or maybe, you want something sweet for breakfast?


Healthy Rice Pudding with Oats

Written by Dilara Kamisli; Updated by Ms Rowinda Dimech


Thumbs up, if yes. This recipe of healthy rice pudding with oats is creamy and has the yummiest golden top. I would say that it is, one of the best gluten-free desserts out there! These type of desserts are popular in all continents around the world but mostly in Asia where rice is abundant. In Turkey, the country where I come from, this type of dessert is known as Sutlac and it is the most popular in the category of milk-based desserts. In this blog, I decided to modify the original recipe in order to be more practical and fast. Therefore, we will use oats instead of rice and flour. This recipe takes a total time of 45 minutes.

Serves: 4-5 persons

Total time: 45 minutes

  • 4 cup of milk
  • 4 tablespoon of ground oats
  • 4 tablespoon of oats
  • 3 tablespoon of honey
  • 10 grams of vanillin
  • Lemon zest (optional but highly recommended)
  1. In a saucepan add in milk , oat ,oat flour and vanillin with sugar. Let it simmer for about 10 minutes over low heat. You can add lemon zest at this step.
  2. Remove the pan from heat ,add honey and mix .
  3. Pour the hot mixture into individual ovenproof cups.
  4. Place the cups into an oven tray. Fill half of the oven tray with water so that the pudding has that nice silky skin layer on the top. This step will also keep the rice pudding creamy and prevent it from getting dry.
  5. Carefully place the tray on the top shelf of a preheated oven at 200 degrees Celsius. Bake them uncovered until golden brown. It is even better if you have some burnt bits. Watch their top and remove from the oven when they reach the desired golden color.
  6. Remove from the heat and carefully take the bowls from the tray. Let them completely cool down and chill in the refrigerator for a few hours before serving.

Tip: You can top them with nuts such as hazelnuts or pistachios. Bon Appetit!


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Diet Myths

What are the most popular diet beliefs for weight loss?

Are these beliefs true or just myths?

In this blog we go in detail about some popular diet myths.


Written by Ms Dilara Kamisli; Updated by Ms Rowinda Dimech


As a dietitian I continuously hear diet myths from people all around me – family, friends, colleagues and clients. In my opinion diet myths are dangerous beliefs as they impact your quality of life, especially your psychological and emotional well being. This is why in this blog we are going in detail about some of the most common diet myths.




The myth that bread cannot be eaten on a regular basis in your diet is a myth! Unfortunately, I believe that this myth has always been preached. We, dietitians, have been hearing a lot of people saying ”I don’t consume bread” based on this believe. Research shows that bread is one of the best carbohydrate resources that needs to be part of our daily food intake. Bread helps you not to get hungry so quickly. This is because bread is a complex carbohydrate. Therefore, one of the most important things about consuming the bread is the portion size of bread you are eating, rather than totally eliminate it from your diet. In addition, if you suffer from diabetes, it would be ideal if you consume wholemeal bread instead of white bread. Wholemeal bread bread will help you control your blood glucose levels and calorie intake since it is rich in dietary fiber.




Flavored water, vinegar, pills, branded smoothies, etc. Unfortunately, people always expect to lose weight (which they gained in a long period of time) fast by consuming these kind of products. Actually, it sounds very tempting: “weight loss in a short period of time” but what about the consequences. What does these miracle foods do to your body? What is the long-term effect? Is it possible that a fast weight can really be  lost?


We, healthcare professionals often hear, ‘’I’m drinking  lemon water,  green tea , herbal  teas,  etc and I am lost 10 Kg in 2 weeks.’’ To start explaining this think about it this way: if weight loss can be done with any tea, pills or any food product, there would be no such problems with ‘obesity’ in this world. So, now let’s explain it more scientifically. Rapid weight loss will occur due to huge calorie deficit in your diet. This will be much less than the minimum calories/energy your body needs. This will result in muscle loss rather than fat loss. Therefore, it is important to lose weight slowly over time so that it doesn’t alter your metabolism. And as I always emphasize in my blogs, there is no food that will  make you gain or lose weight. It all depends on the portion sizes consumed throughout the day.




I don’t eat anything all day long, I eat very little, why can’t I still lose weight? You might think that the less you eat the more weight loss you will achieve. Actually when we skip meals, this leads to a slower metabolism. In fact, when you try to lose weight in this way, muscle loss will occur and hence the slower metabolism, leading to malnutrition. Since a diet like this is not sustainable for a long period of time you will quit the diet. So when this happens and you start having a normal diet again you will end up gaining weight faster due to a slower metabolism.




There is this believe in today’s society that ‘‘I can consume as much as I want if it is healthy’’. There is nothing that can be eaten in an unlimited amount in nutrition and any excess food you eat will be stored as fat in the body. Therefore, it is important to eat a healthy diet by having an adequate and balanced diet.




It is of utmost importance that nutrition is individualized. This is because diet varies according to gender, weight, height, age, level of physical activity, hormonal problems, lifestyle and eating habits and medical conditions such as diabetes, Irritable bowel disease, Irritable bowel syndrome and other metabolic syndrome. The  only reason you should want to lose weight is to be healthier and improve your quality of life.


İn today’s web one finds a lot of myths about food and diet. The truth is that all type of food contains a certain amount of calories. Calories are used by the body in the same way since all our physiology and metabolic pathways work the same since we are all human beings. Therefore, I would advise that if you would like to lose weight and not sure what to follow as a diet, it is best to leave it in the hands of a dietitian. If, you would to seek professional advise kindly contact us. İn addition, please subscribe to our website for more nutrition information and free recipes.




Cow’s Milk Allergy (CMA)

Food allergies


Cow’s milk allergy is a type of food allergy. Food allergies are immune system reactions that are triggered by a certain type of food. These can produce symptoms such as digestives problems, hives and swollen throats. In severe cases, it can lead to an anaphylaxis shock. Food allergies affects about 8% of children under 5 years old and adults about 4%. It is common that children outgrow their allergies when they get older.


Cow’s milk allergy


Cow’s milk allergy (CMA) is an allergy specific to cow’s milk and dairy products. CMA is very common in babies in fact it affects 1 in 50 babies. This usually remains until they are about 1 year old as the immune system starts to develop and function properly. If, it continues after age of 1 it usually resolve by the age of 6 years. CMA is very rare in adult.

The immune system plays an important role in CMA as it responds to a specific protein found in milk. Every time that it encounters this milk proteins it produces a bigger reaction. During this reaction the immune system produces the release of histamine and other immune mediators. These chemicals cause the signs and symptoms of CMA.


Signs and Symptoms


This type of allergy can vary from mild to severe according to the level of symptoms experienced by the child. Mild symptoms may present themselves after hours or even days. Mild symptoms of CMA includes:


  • Urticarial
  • Eczema
  • Swelling of the face
  • Persistent cough or wheezing
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea


On the other hand, severe symptoms starts soon after cow’s milk consumption. The severe symptoms can lead to an anaphylaxis shock. In which case, the health professional must treat with an epinephrine shot as it can be life-threatening. Severe symptoms include:


  • Breathing difficulty
  • Swelling of the nose, tongue or throat
  • Hoarse voice
  • Persistent cough or wheezing
  • Anaphylaxis shock

Breakfast Shakshuka

Are you bored having porridge for breakfast?

Are you looking for healthy & delicious breakfast ideas?

Have you ever heard about breakfast shakshuka?


written by Ms Weronika Kordjaka, updated by Ms Rowinda Dimech


This recipes name ‘ breakfast shakshuka’ means ‘all mixed up’ and it is made from poached eggs in a rich and spiced tomato sauce. It is a traditional Israel breakfast although it originated in either Yemen or Tunis. Try this easy and delicious recipe, which undoubtedly is worth trying for your loved ones and friends!



  • 200 g canned tomatoes
  • 2 eggs,
  • 2 slices of whole grain bread
  • 1 tablespoon of olives, sliced
  • 1 tablespoon of olive oil
  • ground pepper
  • salt
  • mixed herbs


  1. Sprinkle olive oil on the pan and add the tomatoes. Mix it with the condiments, bring to boil, cover and let simmer for about 5-10 min until tomato sauce will get thickened.
  2. Use the spoon to make some indentations in the sauce and crack the eggs inside them.
  3. Add the olive slices on the top and cover the skillet over low-medium heat and leave until the whites will get settled.
  4. Slip off the cover and garnish shakshuka with chives, basil, parsley or herbs.
  5. Serve with toasted bread.


Nutritional information


Nutritional information
Per 100 g
Energy (Kcal) 437
Protein (g) 20,8
Carbohydrates (g) 32,1
of which sugars (g) 5,3
Fats (g) 24,1
of which saturates (g) 5,4
Fibre (g) 8
Salt (g) 1,9


This recipe can be modified by adding other ingredients such as cheese, seeds and cream. As you can see, this recipe is healthy, quick and most importantly delicious. Let me know what you think of this breakfast shakshuka recipe. Leave me your comments below. If, you would like more of these recipe you can order our recipe book. It contains 50 low calorie recipes all with nutritional information inside!


Artificial Sweeteners

Are artificial sweeteners beneficial or harmful to our health?

Are artificial sweeteners really effective in reducing blood sugar levels in diabetics?

If so, at what cost?


What are artificial sweeteners?

Artificial sweeteners offer a sweet taste without any calories. There are different types of sweeteners such as saccharin, acesulfame, aspartame, noetame and sucralose which are approved for consumption by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). In order for the approval of these sweeteners in the food supply chain there has been a comprehensive safety assessments and experiments.

In addition, the American Heart Association (AHA) and American Diabetes Association (ADA) also agreed with the use of artificial sweeteners to replace white sugar. The reason behind this is that since sweeteners do not contain any calories they can reduce overweight, obesity and the risk of metabolic syndrome. Metabolic syndrome refer to a group of metabolic disease such as diabetes, cardiovascular, kidney and liver diseases. But, is there a cost?

Effects on health

It is argued that since sweeteners are calorie free these can be a way of calorie and carbohydrate control. It is known that overweight and obesity is mainly caused by high calorie intake from overeating. Therefore, by adding sweeteners to food instead of sugar they help reduce obesity, diabetes and tooth decay.

On the other hand, there is a positive correlation between sweetener consumption and obesity. Till now there isn’t a reason for this but it could be psychologically. A person consuming sweeteners may think “these are diet biscuits so it’s all right to eat as much as I want.” In fact, I encounter this type of thinking frequently in my profession and usually leads the person eating a whole packet of biscuits. This will result in an enormous amount of calories being ingested at one go and therefore contribute to obesity instead the other way round.

Another drawback of sweeteners is that they are much sweeter in taste than white sugar. Therefore, people who use sweeteners on a regular basis may have changes in their taste buds. They may start to find naturally sweet food such as strawberries, sour meaning unpalatable. This may also suggests that sweeteners may have a tendency to be addictive for an individual too.


Sweeteners and health impact


Sweeteners are not metabolized by our body like the other foods we eat. It is known that sweeteners are digested by our intestinal bacteria. Therefore, these may have an effect on our gut health. A study shows that individuals who consumes sweeteners on a daily basis have higher body mass index (BMI), blood pressure and blood glucose levels. In addition, people who did not usually consume sweeteners were given 5 mg/Kg/day which resulted in half of them developing poorer glycemic control meaning high blood glucose levels. This type of research is still in the early stages and further research and studies are required for evidence based data.

One of the sweeteners known as aspartame contains phenylalanine. This is an amino acid which must be avoided by people who suffer from Phenylketonuria (PKU). PKU is a rare condition where the amino acid phenylalanine is unable to be metabolized by the body. When aspartame is one of the ingredients it must be labelled ‘contains aspartame (a source of phenylalanine).’ So, it is important that if you suffer from PKU you check all the food labels properly.


As you can see from the information above sweeteners can be both beneficial and harmful to health. If, you have a normal weight I suggest that you don’t consume sweeteners or food containing sweeteners. On the other hand, if you are trying to lose weight I would suggest the use of sweeteners with caution. In other words, the use of sweeteners should be limited as much as possible. When it comes to food there are always plenty of options to choose from so I suggest to choose wisely. I will end this blog by an answer from an obesity and weight-loss specialist at Harvard-affiliated Boston Children’s Hospital. When he was asked about sweeteners his answer was:

“Sugar-containing foods in their natural form, whole fruit, for example, tend to be highly nutritious—nutrient-dense, high in fiber, and low in glycemic load.

On the other hand, refined, concentrated sugar consumed in large amounts rapidly increases blood glucose and insulin levels, increases triglycerides, inflammatory mediators and oxygen radicals, and with them, the risk for diabetes, cardiovascular disease and other chronic illnesses.”


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