Diets and Nutrition
Breakfast could soon be a thing of the past – with four out of ten adults now tucking into their first meal of the day at lunchtime, research has revealed.
As food intolerances, and awareness of them, continue to rise many of us who suffer from bloating* will have been told we ‘should cut out dairy and see what happens’
The traditional three meal-a-day diet could soon be a thing of the past – as Britain becomes a nation of grazers, research has revealed. Experts found as many as four out of ten of us now don’t eat three square meals a day, with many opting for snacks and treats instead.
Have you ever considered making a change to your diet and going veggie for a couple of days a week? With ‘Veggie Month’ taking place throughout all of March, there really isn’t a better time to ditch the meat-laden meals and opt for delicious vegetable rich dishes instead.
It seems too good to be true, sugar substitutes that can give us all the sweetness, and more, of sugar, but without the calories…well now new research has been published that supports the fact that for some types of sweeteners it is, although for others maybe not!
DNA from tartar preserved on the teeth of ancient skeletons has revealed the consequences of changes in human diet and health from the Stone Age to modern day.
Millions of busy young professionals cook just once a week and survive the rest of the time on quick-fix meals such as beans on toast, scrambled eggs and instant noodles, research has shown.
Wearing black, applying fake tan and carrying an oversized handbag are among the tricks women use to look thin, a study has revealed.
The health benefits of Omega 3 fatty acids are well known, but what isn’t so well publicised is the fact that up to 40% of us have difficulty swallowing pills and capsules, meaning many of us could be missing out on the potential positives of supplementing with the essential fatty acid.
Scotland’s reputation for having the poorest eating habits in the UK has been confirmed as new research reveals that a third of Brits (33%) say Scotland is the unhealthiest nation– and it seems Scots agree with them.
Leptin is the name given to a hormone our bodies produce, which is believed to play an important role in controlling our appetite and metabolism. It is thought that those people who produce lower amounts of leptin, or who aren’t as sensitive to it, are more likely to put on weight.
With ‘dry January' over for many and the second month of the New Year well under way, data from Quidco - the cashback and voucher site - reveals that Brits are struggling to stick to their New Year's Resolutions, well before the beginning of February.
Losing weight can be difficult, especially when you lead a busy life. While many people take up fitness and health resolutions at the start of the year, maintaining these regimes is the biggest difficulty, ultimately.
A new soy brand launching in Tesco stores this January hopes to show us why dairy is ‘so last year’ with their range of exciting soy drinks.
How do you shop? Do you have a shopping list and stick to it? Do you make impulse purchases? Are you easily swayed by special offers?
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