To celebrate South Asian Heritage Month, we're sharing some of our favourite gloji recipes to help you cook traditional dishes in a healthier way. Lentils, vegetables, and oily fish are staples of a traditional South Asian diet. These foods are generally healthy, containing high levels of...

This Heart Month, we've put together the ultimate recipe to keep your heart healthy. Learn about six heart-healthy foods, their benefits and how to incorporate more of them into your diet. Every year in the UK, The British Heart Foundation declares February as National Heart Month...

As our excitement grows in the build up to Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee, we celebrate the incredible achievements of our Queen who has continued to serve her country well into her twilight years. Whilst there aren’t many of us who plan to be working into...

Simply put proteins are the building blocks of life, the body uses them to repair and maintain itself and is mainly used by the body to repair cells and make new ones. Protein is also important for growth during childhood, adolescence and pregnancy. When protein is...

This week we are joined by Robyn from Achieve Oxfordshire to explore how to break out of the diet cycle. We’ve all heard that if you want to lose weight, you need to eat less and move more. Sounds simple, doesn’t it? The reality is much more difficult...

This week, we are joined by Hattie, as she discusses the importance of magnesium in our diets. Magnesium is an essential mineral with a huge amount of health benefits. Here in the UK, intake of this mineral is common to be too low. It is especially...

Many of us feel that eating a healthy diet means expense. Sure, if we choose to shop at a boutique delicatessen this can definitely be the case. If we go for exotic, unusual or the latest fad we can certainly spend more than we mean...

Food is fuel for your body. It’s important that you are fuelled correctly for exercise. That means eating the right foods at the right time. How can you fuel your body correctly? Read on to find out! Eating before exercise (2-3 hours before) as opposed to exercising...