The Colour Beige: My Battle With A Fussy Eater

Chloe Dawson | Posted 22.08.2017 | UK Parents
Chloe Dawson

It's weird because I said when he was tiny that I'd never be a convenience food mum but Harry's forced my hand somewhat. Learning to be adaptable and going with the flow is a huge part of being parent to a toddler and as anyone in the same position will know, sometimes it's just about picking your battles and whatever gives everyone an easier life.

Five Things To Know About Eating Disorders

Samantha Glass | Posted 06.03.2017 | UK Universities & Education
 Samantha Glass

Eating disorders are potentially life-threatening conditions which affect everyday life, including both mental and physical health. With the way celebrities, models and other people of interest are portrayed in the media, it is not surprising that the number of young people experiencing an eating disorder is increasing. So, let's start with some education.

MY Favourite Eats Around The Yucatan Peninsula

Cassie Pearse | Posted 24.02.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Cassie Pearse

This post has been published on The Huffington Post's blogging platform. The views and opinions expressed in this blog are those of the author and should not be taken as those of The Huffington Post. The Huffington Post does not allow bloggers to acquire products, access or accommodation for review in the site's name.

10 Must Try Eats And Drinks In Japan

Alexis Zahner | Posted 24.02.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Alexis Zahner

Quirky, colourful and downright strange - here are my top 10 eats and drinks in Japan! Full to the brim with all things weird, wonderful and deliciou...

Be Food Smart When Shopping For Your Family

Dr Alison Tedstone | Posted 05.01.2017 | UK Parents
Dr Alison Tedstone

The new app allows parents to scan the barcode of their everyday food and drink to see how much sugar, saturated fat and salt they contain in an easy to understand way so the healthy choice can be the easy choice. It also features food detective activities for children and mini missions that the whole family can enjoy, embedding healthy food and drink choices early on in life.

Tips For Mental Health Friendly Resolutions

Sian Abigail Bradley | Posted 31.12.2016 | UK Universities & Education
Sian Abigail Bradley

Which we don't; it turns out I'm among the almost 80% of people who fail to achieve our resolutions. This can have a massive impact on our mental health if we feel like we failed. We try to kick-start this new healthy life, filling the gyms with eager motivation, only to slip back into our old lifestyle before the end of January, full of shame.

Could You Do Christmas Every Week?

Caroline Bourne | Posted 21.12.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Caroline Bourne

It's stressful to read all the articles, and even more stressful to follow all the instructions. And if I don't get it all done? If the sprouts are soggy and the potatoes are burnt? If people cry in horror as they unwrap their gifts? Well, the glaring spotlight of failure will be shining on me.

Eaters At Work Make Me Sick!

Dave Berry | Posted 16.08.2017 | UK Entertainment
Dave Berry

I'm not opposed to work pals sitting in the canteen or grabbing a sandwich to eat at their desk because people are pressed for time - but this is a totally different kettle of fish, a kettle of fish that's smells and has been devoured by Jim in accounts and its one that is causing a work place divide between two camps.

Farmer's Daughter, Los Angeles

Richard Brownlie-Marshall | Posted 04.07.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Richard Brownlie-Marshall

When visiting Los Angeles it's hard to decide which area to call home. Are you more Bellini's in Beverley Hills or happy hour in WeHo, the pavements in Downtown or the sand of Long Beach. And if you think area is difficult, the next step is choosing the right hotel. Los Angeles has something for everyone, and on my most recent trip, I discovered that there's no place quite like Farmer's Daughter.

My Guide to the Best Nut Butters (and How to Use Them)

James Haskell | Posted 07.06.2017 | UK Lifestyle
James Haskell

Peanut butter is tasty, versatile, and a great high calorie food for those looking to bulk up. It's also the cheapest nut butter around, and the easiest to find. Providing you're not allergic, peanut butter can be a good addition to the diet of an athlete - but you do have to be careful.

BBC To Chop 11,000 Recipes From Website In 'Ridiculous' Move

The Huffington Post | Kathryn Snowdon | Posted 17.05.2016 | UK

Thousands of recipes will be removed from the BBC website as part of a plan to cut £15 million from the corporation's budget. The BBC said that the f...

Are Eating Disorders Really Contagious?

Olivia Petter | Posted 12.05.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Olivia Petter

Cough, splutter, sniff, nose wipe, BOOM...eating disorder? Surely not. While the general consensus has always been that anorexia and bullemia are a little more complex than the common cold, recent studies suggest new parallels which indicate that, like your snotty nose, eating disorders might be somewhat contagious...could this be true?

BBC Recipes Being Cut From their Website Is More Than I Can Stomach

Louise Ridley | Posted 10.05.2017 | UK
Louise Ridley

The Tories have crossed the line in their latest move to impose cuts on the BBC... Ministers are planning to axe several "soft" elements of the broadcaster's output, including travel advice and 'magazine' style features. But the most shocking casualty will be the removal of most of its cooking recipes, which range from a humble burger to a painfully fashionable kale and quinoa sauté.

10 Great Breakfasts for Building Easy Muscle

James Haskell | Posted 09.05.2017 | UK Lifestyle
James Haskell

The classic pairing of scrambled eggs and avocado make for the perfect rest day breakfast. Packed with healthy fats, it will keep you fuller for longer whilst also giving a great testosterone boost - ideal for those looking to gain size.

The Best Meat Feasts in London

Carolina Are | Posted 02.02.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Carolina Are

Whether you're a catholic or looking to test your willpower, February 10th marks the beginning of Lent, forty days in which some people decide to give up on meat. So if you're trying to get your fix of beef briskets, pork ribs and roast chicken, here are the best meat feasts in London.

Ready Meals vs Ready Made

Rebecca Heslop | Posted 17.10.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Rebecca Heslop

It's much easier and quicker to order takeaway or pop a ready-meal in the microwave than taking the time to plan, prepare and cook a meal. And this has got me thinking: can ready made products provide the answer? Can they help encourage people to cook at home?

London Fashion Week 2015: Your Ultimate Guide to Soho

Emma Grace Bailey | Posted 17.09.2016 | UK Style
Emma Grace Bailey

When the British Fashion Council announced London Fashion Week would be moving to Brewer Street, I have to confess I was secretly chuffed. Although Somerset House is iconic - far more attractive than an old, converted car park - it never provided the most palatable offering of eateries and brew houses to see me through the five-day stint...

A Crustacean Craze Is Hitting the Capital!

Rebecca Heslop | Posted 20.07.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Rebecca Heslop

There is currently a lobster-mania gripping the capital at the moment. London is becoming inundated with lobster restaurants. What was once a luxury, reserved for the fanciest of places (with a price tag to match), is now becoming widely available, as lobster restaurants pop up all over the city.

Avocado and Lemon Pesto Spaghetti With Parma Ham

Beth Thomas | Posted 29.06.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Beth Thomas

This delicious pesto dish is ready to eat in the time it takes to cook the pasta and is a great way to use up really ripe avocados. I use a couple of tricks to make this recipe extra special - using avocado creates a light and creamy pesto, and is a healthier alternative to cream or oil.

Tiny Model And Former Miss Earth Contestant Devours 120 Chicken Nuggets In 16 Minutes

Storyful | Posted 04.06.2015 | UK Universities & Education

Former Miss Earth New Zealand Nela Zisser is not your typical competitive eater. The tiny model looks like she has no space at all in which to pac...

Hot Cross Buns

Lisa Roukin | Posted 30.05.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Lisa Roukin

If your crosses have disappeared during the cooking process, you can make a paste with icing sugar and water and pipe again over the buns. Will keep in a airtight container for a few days; reheat in the oven for 5-10 minutes before serving.

Raw Snickers Bar

Lisa Roukin | Posted 26.05.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Lisa Roukin

When dividing the base and top chocolate layers, make sure you have equal amounts for top and bottom. Use a serrated knife to cut when ready....Keep in the freezer, to prevent you from eating too much, and the chocolate melting!!!

The One With The Made Up Meals

Georgy Jamieson | Posted 18.05.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Georgy Jamieson

If I do make something from a recipe book I can't help 'tinkering' with it until eventually it's beyond all recognition of the original. I rarely look at a cookbook anyway, unless it's for the proportions for Yorkshire puddings; for some reason I always have to look that up, or buy Aunt Bessie's, who is known in this house as the patron saint of the roast dinners.

Bolognese with Spiralized Sweet Potato

Lisa Roukin | Posted 16.05.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Lisa Roukin

This meat sauce is a good recipe to freeze up to three months. Defrost thoroughly, then return to a saucepan and reheat gently, bubble for 10 minutes and use in other recipes.

Bored Of Sandwiches? Here Are Five Delicious Lunch Recipes

PA/The Huffington Post UK | Natasha Hinde | Posted 18.11.2015 | UK Lifestyle

It's easy to fall into a lunch rut and bring the same old soggy sarnies or tired salad to work each day. A recent poll of 2,000 employees by Lurpak...