Eating Well

Revealed: How The Recession Has Affected Our Eating And Drinking Habits

PA/The Huffington Post UK | Posted 04.11.2013 | UK Lifestyle

Struggling households are turning to cheaper, fattier food to help keep bills down in the wake of the recession but the quality of produce is plummeti...

Why You Need to Break Up With Sugar Today

Dr Michelle K. Nielsen | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Dr Michelle K. Nielsen

Aside from sugars other detrimental effects on your teeth, bones and general health, SUGAR MAKES YOU FAT, SICK AND TIRED! Walk away now, while you still can.

What to do if You Suspect a Friend or Family Member has an Eating Disorder

Annemarie Louw | Posted 14.01.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Annemarie Louw

If you have a family member/friend with an eating disorder, you are going to experience a range of emotions from helplessness and loneliness to anger, frustration and despair. You may even become preoccupied with your own or your family's eating behaviours and weight.

Sculpting It Alone

Sabi Phagura | Posted 13.10.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Sabi Phagura

Body sculpting, has fascinated me for a long time - and that was way before Jodie Marsh popped up on our screens looking all honed and toned. And now with Olympic fever gripping the entire nation, I know I'm not alone in being jaw-droppingly fascinated by the scores of athletic bodies adorning our TV screens.

Celebrating Our Local Food Heroes

Jude Thorne | Posted 08.08.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Jude Thorne

I grow a few acres of asparagus on my farm in Kent and this year I have looked on helplessly as the asparagus first sulked underground in the rain and cold, refusing to grow at all and then shot up faster than we could pick it as soon as the sun came out. With this small taste of the unpredictability of farming life, my respect for our farm shop partners grows and grows.

7 Reasons to Eat Chia

Polly Noble | Posted 10.05.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Polly Noble

I am a huge fan of chia seed. Chia is an ancient superfood staple of the Incan, Mayan and Aztec cultures which means means 'strength' in Mayan so it is not surprising that they have earned the nickname 'Indian Running Food'.