You have a firm plan in mind. It looks fabulous on paper, complete with beautiful images of new healthy recipes. However, it’s consistency that’s truly the most challenging hurdle of all when it comes to healthy eating.
It’s time to start talking about the elephant and guide it out of your living room. Here are a few strategies to overcome late night grazing. Consider starting with these top tips.
Feeling the heat? Here are some easy tips on how to keep cool as the thermometre rises.
1. Wear cotton. Ditch those synthetic, silk and other fancy fabrics as cotton is great for ventilation and cools you down.
From their heart-healthy benefits and skin-loving nutrients to their unique versatility in recipes and making snack times extra delicious, we love having avocados every day!
No matter what eating guidelines you follow, the humble avocado works for all!
Meditation should be seen as just one tool in a whole weight-loss toolkit. Diet and exercise are important parts of the equation too, and you’re always going to see the best results when you combine all three of them into a lifestyle that you can continue long-term. The key with meditation, like diet and exercise, is dedication. You need to stick with the practice to see lasting changes.
It's bedtime and you still have two more hours of work to do. Should you stay up later to get your work done? Or just call it a day even though your unfinished work will mean you have more to do tomorrow?
Staying up an extra hour or two to finish your work can be tempting. But missing just a few hours of sleep today can have serious consequences tomorrow.
Vegetarian and vegan diets are popular. Reasons for following a vegetarian diet are varied but include health benefits, such as reducing your risk of heart disease, diabetes and some cancers.
The number of vegans in Britain has risen by more than 360 per cent over the past decade, according to a new survey that shows record numbers of people are avoiding food derived from animals.
White bread is one of the most common staple foods in American pantries, but it’s something that you really should avoid if you want to eat healthy. Here are five reasons why you should skip the white bread, and instead eat bread with whole grain as its first ingredient.