Comfort Eating

The False Promise Of New Year's Day And Mondays

Karen Oliver | Posted 03.01.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Karen Oliver

Coping mechanisms come in all forms - whether it looks like a bottle of red after a tough day, avoidance of social situations or munching on biscuits all day at work. We either need to find alternative coping mechanisms for the circumstances we can't change, or address the source of stress and anxiety in the first place.

Why Being Kind to Yourself Is Key to Never Having to Diet

Jacquie Lavin | Posted 10.01.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Jacquie Lavin

Learn to treat yourself as you would a best friend, in a way that's encouraging, supportive and without blame. Remind yourself of the things that you have already achieved and remind yourself that one bad day doesn't mean that you've blown everything.

New Dawn, New Day

Sarah Blackwood | Posted 29.04.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Sarah Blackwood

I want to make today, this moment, this food choice as healthy as possible and to learn from each day to make tomorrow better. That is my New Year's resolution, starting now... at the end of February.

10 Foods That Can Stop You From Comfort Eating

The Huffington Post UK | Poorna Bell | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Lifestyle

The path to healthy eating is an easy one - don't eat too much or too little, and choose the right types of foods for your body. Translating that ...

Healthy Eating in Winter

Dr. Claire Kehoe | Posted 23.01.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Dr. Claire Kehoe

Sir Rannulph Fiennes, a man who knows a thing or two about coping with colder weather, once said that "There is no such thing as bad weather, only inappropriate clothing." I would like to change that slightly and say there is no such thing as a bad season, only inappropriate food choices.

How to REALLY Look Good Naked

Laura Williams | Posted 25.10.2011 | UK Lifestyle
Laura Williams

Looking good naked isn't about staying imprisoned in a body which you're not happy with - it's about turning mantras like "Because you're worth it" into truly positive actions. And I believe you can only do that by developing a healthy relationship with food and calling a reluctant truce with exercise.