Celebrating Atlantis – Our 10th Community Health Intervention

  CELEBRATING ATLANTIS – Our 10th Community Health Intervention By Masoodha Kajee, Eat Better & Affiliate Exec On 15th July 2017, a blistering cold and wet Saturday afternoon, I watched with pride and awe as The Rebecca van Amsterdam Saal in Atlantis transformed from an otherwise cold, echoing gym hall into a space lit up […]

Low Budget Menu

Following a Low Carb High Fat diet doesn’t need to be expensive, by being creative and flexible you can afford to feed yourselves and your family on a budget:

Eat Better SA: One Year Reunion with Ocean View Ladies

  The ladies from Eat Better South Africa’s ground zero project in Ocean View, Cape Town, got together this month to mark the one-year anniversary since embarking on the program and adopting the LCHF lifestyle. The Noakes Foundation team along with the ladies from the Ocean View community gathered at Monkey Valley resort in Noordhoek […]

The Noakes Foundation presenting at Low Carb USA Conference

Jayne Bullen, manager of The Noakes Foundation, will be speaking with the Foundation’s doctor, Dr. Salih Solomon, at the Low Carb USA conference at the end of July. Low Carb USA is bringing together 25 of the world’s top medical and scientific minds on how nutrition can treat and prevent serious disease at the largest-ever […]


NEWS RELEASE February 2016 Lifestyle & Food   THE NOAKES FOUNDATION COMMUNITY BANTING INITIATIVE REACHES TO BUSINESSES   Eat Better South Africa!, a programme created by The Noakes Foundation that is taking Banting to low-income areas, is now extending to corporate initiatives. This will ensure the LCHF lifestyle reaches more South Africans and in so […]

Eat Better South Africa welcomes Banting Blvd & Heba Pap

NEWS RELEASE Dec 2015 Lifestyle & Food EAT BETTER SOUTH AFRICA AND BANTING BLVD. INTRODUCES HEBA PAP The Noakes Foundation and Banting Blvd. have joined forces and are proud new affiliates of a programme that, amongst other products, will include an affordable LCHF substitute to maize pap and bread. “We are particularly proud of HEBA […]

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