A study suggests labels stating 'pizza takes a 45-minute run to burn off' could make the nation healthier – experts tell HuffPost UK why this is problematic.
New research suggests labelling encourages restaurants to sell healthier food – but the public is divided.
If you think a doughnut is one of the most sugar-laden breakfast choices you could make, you’d be wrong.
Public Health England recommends meals should have 600 calories.
Public Health England's latest campaign says adults should aim for a 400-600-600 diet.
Adults currently consume 200-300 calories in excess each day.
The stats are part of Public Health England's latest report on obesity.
Brits consume 50% more calories than they realise each day.
...because let's admit it, the gym is not for everyone.
...and how do I know if I'm under- or overeating?