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A simple, filling salad that is just delicious. The benefits of the seasonal vegetables, fresh oily fish, protein from the eggs, and a gorgeous combination...

It’s no secret that when it comes to whole foods vs processed foods, it’s whole foods that are healthier for us. But what is the real difference...

This spicy salad bowl recipe is simple to make and as its low in saturated fat and provides 2 of your 5 a day, makes for a healthy choice for lunch or...

This bircher muesli recipe can be made the night before, saving you stress and time in the mornings. Breakfast is an incredibly important meal, yet...

Written in collaboration with Emily Jones. Everyone would like to have healthy and glowing skin, especially this time of year. With the hot weather,...

Aging is an unavoidable part of life and although genetics plays a large part, our lifestyle choices play an equally significant part in how quickly that...

Regular Pilates will, among many other benefits, increase muscle mass. If done in conjunction with a healthy eating plan, the body will become more toned...

We often associate mint with sweets- soft mints, after eights, mint chocolate chip ice cream all come to mind. Aside from helping to crave a sweet tooth,...

Whilst the wheat we eat in the UK is not (yet) genetically modified, for many of you it may contribute to a host of unsavoury health problems and issues...

Now what I am going to say may not sit well with some of you, and I invite you all to research this little nugget of science for yourselves. If what I...

The question on everyone lips at the moment is what can we do to protect and build a better immune system? We talk to Doctor Sarah Brewer, Healthspan...

Dieting has been a long held obsession in society. From the latest celebrity who lost all their pregnancy weight, to the new burst of secrets as to how...

It’s recommended that we drink between 6 and 8 cups (1.2 litres) of water a day to maintain normal body function. If you don’t currently drink...

Media and ingrained societal norms has us believe that the distinction of healthy is what the scales tell us. BMI, stones and pounds and dress size is...

Sugar has been likened to smoking, sitting and alcohol intake in being bad for you. There’s no denying that too much of it is bad for your health....

I have recently read so many controversial stories surrounding the health benefits of fruit smoothies. The question on so many lips is; are fruit smoothies...

When it comes to our New Year resolutions, fitness tends to top the list of goals. But getting healthier isn’t necessarily about getting fit. Increasing...

Autumn has officially started in the northern hemisphere and winter is not far behind. With the cold weather and a lack of sunlight comes the onslaught...

Metabolism is the internal process where our bodies release energy and burn calories. Our metabolism is continuously working 24/7, even when we sleep,...

By Holly Barry, @HJBarry On the 5th of June the entire globe will come together to take care of our planet on World Environment Day. The theme for this...

We’ve all heard the old wives’ tale that eating cheese before bedtime will give you nightmares – but how else could the food you eat affect your...

For our ‘Let’s Talk’ health feature we welcome back Tracy Tredoux (@TracyTredoux) to talk to us about the vague, but by no means debilitating,...

We welcome back Tracy Tredoux (@TracyTredoux) to discuss how, through diet and lifestyle changes, we can begin to tackle some of the symptoms associated...

In the media and through first hand accounts from friends and family members, we’re hearing more and more about chronic conditions like M.E., fibromyalgia...

A couple of weeks ago we put the 30- day workout to the test to see whether you could, in 30 days see changes to your body. As we all know, diet and exercise...

You go through a lot of changes when you’re pregnant. You’re suddenly on a restricted diet where some seafood, cheeses and nuts are suddenly off limit....