Diet & nutrition

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Diet & nutrition
Too much sugar isn’t good for you, but cutting down is hard. Reduce your sugar intake with these tips.

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To tackle obesity, you need to change the way you eat and the way you live. These are the foods you need to swap in and swap out to get there.

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Eating well isn’t just about good health – it’s also about feeling fantastic. Here are dietician Tabitha Hume’s ten tips for getting the most out of your meals.

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September is Heart Awareness Month. Do your heart a favour and learn about the difference between good & bad fats.

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Do you eat when you’re angry, stressed or sad? This kind of emotional overeating can lead to weight gain and depression. Here’s how to confront the problem.

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Mandy Collins gives this great advice on how to reclaim a healthy relationship with food.

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Growing your own vegetables is great for your health and your bank balance. But can you meet a family’s food needs from your back garden? We investigate.

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It’s no surprise that sugar is bad for you, but people are saying it’s as bad as smoking cigarettes. We investigate.

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You’ve heard that you need to drink eight glasses of water a day to stay healthy. But you’ve probably also hear that’s a myth. So how much water should you drink, really?

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If you do only one thing for your health this year, make it home cooking. Taking control of your diet is the best gift you can give yourself.