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    Bone Health

    Bone Health

    We all know as we get older, particularly women, can suffer from loss of bone mass especially as you reach menopause age. It is important to keep fit and active to keep your body strong as well as eating lots…

    BNF Healthy Eating Week

    BNF Healthy Eating Week

    This week is The British Nutrition Foundation’s Healthy Eating Week, so I thought this would be an ideal time just to go over the basics of how to eat healthy. Keep to these basics  1. Don’t skip breakfast Skipping breakfast won’t help you…

    Is coffee good or bad for you?

    Is coffee good or bad for you?

    The Good & Bad News about Coffee and Your Health Health research on coffee swings back and forth between good and bad news more frequently than almost any other topic. When you hear about one study claiming health benefits while…

    Constipation

    Constipation

    Constipation is when a person is not passing stools (poo) regularly, or cannot completely empty their bowels. Constipation is common and affects around 1 in 7 adults and 1 in 3 children. It is more common in older age and…

    Food Allergy Awareness Week

    Food Allergy Awareness Week

    How to Lose Weight Safely With Food Allergies  Maintaining a healthy body weight can be hard when you have food allergies. Being on a restricted diet doesn’t mean that you automatically lose weight (despite what people might say). In fact,…

    Calories

    Calories

    Counting them won’t necessarily help you lose weight. Whatever your history with calories (counting them, avoiding them, indulging in them, all of the above here are some insights that’ll help you look at them wisely. Not All Calories Are Created…

    Food labels explained

    Food labels explained

    Food labels explained in 3 simple steps Did you know that a study by Label Insight found that 35 per cent of us are confused by food labels? This could mean many of us are at risk of making unhealthy…

    Potassium

    Potassium

    Potassium is a mineral which has several important functions in the body, largely regulating fluid levels and nerve and muscle function, including regulating heart rhythm. It is normally possible to get all the potassium we require through a healthy diet…

    Exercise to suit your mood

    Exercise to suit your mood

    Exercises to Suit Your Mood Your emotions play a huge part when you’re exercising. Think about it; have you ever done a strenuous boxing session to release stress? Or completed a really fulfilling run because you felt happy? To get…

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