We’re willing to bet that you didn’t know adults should only be consuming no more than 6g of salt a day (that’s around 1 level teaspoon). It’s an easy assumption for us to make as research has now revealed that, on average, adults in England consume an eyewatering 8.4g a day – 40% above theRead More About Are you eating too much salt?
The International Diabetes Federation has revealed that 1 in 10 adults worldwide currently live with diabetes, with over 90% of these having type 2 diabetes. Although there are now a number of ways to check your risk for type 2 diabetes, it is believed there is still an estimated 850,000 people in the UK whoRead More About How can I reduce my risk of diabetes?
We know the feeling all too well: when 5pm hits and you still don’t know what to have for dinner. Of course, opening up the all too familiar UberEats or Deliveroo is an option – but you’re on a budget and you’re really trying to make healthier choices. This is why stocking your cupboards withRead More About Stock your cupboards with these foods
So, you’ve made it to the gym or set up your home-workout area. Before jumping straight into your workout, there are a number of things you can do to ensure your safety and effectiveness of your workout to make it count. Ensure your exercise space is clear If you’re headed to the gym, make sureRead More About Get the most out of your workout with these top...
A ‘coffee and a catch-up’ has been a staple in people’s social lives for years, however research has now revealed that some high-street chain coffee shops are selling coffees that are laced with MORE sugar than a Mars bar. NHS Health Advice suggests people should not exceed a maximum of 30g – or around seven teaspoons of free sugarRead More About Are you drinking away your daily sugar intake?
Cold and flu season is well and truly upon us! If you’re on a mission to avoid the flu this year (aren’t we all), then you might want to think about revamping your dinner menu with these foods that can help to boost your immune system. Broccoli Supercharged with vitamins and minerals, and packed withRead More About Boost your immune system with these foods
The weather is colder and the nights are beginning to draw in, which means it’s now officially acceptable to unearth our slow-cookers and start plating up some comforting meals to keep us warm this Autumn. Luckily, there is still an array of fresh fruit and veg in season that we can throw into our AutumnRead More About What’s in season this October
Eating seasonally is a beneficial way of getting variety in your diet whilst cutting the cost of the food shop. Seasonal eating refers to purchasing and consuming food around the time that it naturally harvested. Below is a breakdown of the seasonal fruits and vegetables that you can get in the UK: There are someRead More About Why you should be eating seasonally
It’s almost time to wave goodbye to August and the (not so very) Great British Summertime. But do not fear, September is here and it’s bringing us an array of great fresh produce – with some of our autumnal favourites starting to make an appearance (we’re looking at you, pumpkins). Keep reading to find outRead More About What’s in season this September
Millions of parents over the nation can be heard cheering in unison as kids start to head back to school – however these cheers can soon be silenced with the thought of having to pack and come up with lunchbox ideas for yet another school year. It can be difficult to know what to packRead More About Get back-to-school ready with these lunch and snack ideas