A new survey by British Nutrition Foundation has revealed that half of Britons are unaware of the UK’s Government guidelines for vitamin D supplements. Given as most of us aren’t getting as much sun exposure as we need currently (hello winter), many of us are falling short in vitamin D (with the main source ofRead More About The vitamin everyone in the UK should consider taking
Feel that chill in the air? Winter is coming. Luckily for us though, there is still an array of fresh fruit and veg in season that we can throw into our dishes to banish the cold winter blues. Keep reading to discover the freshest (and cheapest!) ingredients to add to your shopping lists this November.Read More About What’s in season this November
It’s World Menopause Day, and this year’s theme is focusing on cardiovascular disease. Menopause is one of the risk factors that can increase the risk of cardiovascular disease in women as a result of the lack of oestrogen being produced. Oestrogeon is necessary for your heart health as it protects the arteries of your heartRead More About How you can keep up with your cardiovascular health
No gym membership? No problem. Home workouts can be just as effective as the gym to reach your health goals. Break a sweat with some of our top tips to getting the most out of your home workouts. Find a designated space in your home to workout in It doesn’t have to be a bigRead More About How you can stay fit at home for free
October marks the start of Black History Month here in the UK, a time where we continue to recognise and celebrate the invaluable achievements and contributions of the Black community, as well as championing for inclusivity. This year’s Black History Month theme of ‘Saluting our Sisters’ is to celebrate the exceptional achievements of black women,Read More About Everyone Health are Saluting Our Sisters – Black History Month
A ‘coffee and a catch-up’ has been a staple in people’s social lives for years, however research has now revealed that some high-street chain coffee shops are selling coffees that are laced with MORE sugar than a Mars bar. NHS Health Advice suggests people should not exceed a maximum of 30g – or around seven teaspoons of free sugarRead More About Are you drinking away your daily sugar intake?
Sober October is upon us once again, and as we gear up to enter the last (and arguably, the most stressful) quarter of the year, we feel this is perhaps best time to say bye to the booze for 31 days and reset ourselves and our relationship with alcohol. A month of sobriety can haveRead More About Are you going sober for October?
Cold and flu season is well and truly upon us! If you’re on a mission to avoid the flu this year (aren’t we all), then you might want to think about revamping your dinner menu with these foods that can help to boost your immune system. Broccoli Supercharged with vitamins and minerals, and packed withRead More About Boost your immune system with these foods
The weather is colder and the nights are beginning to draw in, which means it’s now officially acceptable to unearth our slow-cookers and start plating up some comforting meals to keep us warm this Autumn. Luckily, there is still an array of fresh fruit and veg in season that we can throw into our AutumnRead More About What’s in season this October
‘Getting my steps in’ is a phrase heard all too often these days, and you’ve likely became accustomed to seeing your colleague or family member pacing up and down the room to get those so-called steps in. But, what is the obsession with steps? Why does it always have to be the lucky number 10,000?Read More About Is walking enough to increase my physical fitness?