Starting a fitness regime from scratch
It’s that time of the year where we love to set new health goals and challenges. But how do you make sure they’re sustainable? Check out our tips to get you started.
why carbohydrates matter
Carbohydrates often get a bad rap for being at best, bloating and, at worst, fattening, so we take a look at some of the reasons why this food group is, in fact, vital to a balanced diet.
Beat the January blues
It's a tough month. But, there are simple things we can do to boost our mood, starting with a better understanding the role diet and exercise has on our brain
Keeping hydrated why water matters
With so many of our bodily functions relying on water, it’s important to make sure you’re drinking enough and replenishing what you lose during exercise.
How to Stay Healthy ish Over Christmas
One thing we don’t tend to associate with Christmas is being healthy! So, we asked nutritional therapist Issy Lowndes for her tips to help keep you healthy, or at the very least to avoid starting January on the back foot.
The truth about Caffeine
Caffeine. It wakes you up and can enhance athletic performance, but it can also stop you sleeping; it’s addictive but legal. So is it good for us, or bad? What does it really do to our bodies and can it be useful in an exercise regime?
Keep well Keep exercising this winter
Autumn has arrived rather quickly this year, which means more colds, coughs and other illnesses. But why do we tend to get more bugs in winter and how can we prevent them?
6 Ways to do Pancake Day the Healthy Way
Depending how you make your pancake or crêpe, they can be a very healthy meal or snack option, particularly if you opt for wholemeal or alternative grain flours, minimal sugar and then top with a variety of colours. But what if you’re avoiding gluten, dai......