Eating For Better Bloods and the Importance of Regular Blood Tests. Reviewing Natvia Salted Caramel Topping. Leanne's Recipe for Healthier Festive Treats.

The Nutrition Couch

12-12-2023 • 20 mins

From Susie and Leanne on The Nutrition Couch this episode:

  • We explain the importance of getting routine blood tests regularly and teach you how to eat for better bloods.
  • We review the Natvia Salted Caramel Topping.
  • Leanne shares her recipe for healthier festive treats.

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