Did your New Year’s resolutions include a vow to “eat right”? Many of us make that promise to ourselves in January, but by about March we find our old eating habits sneaking back up on us. Maybe you tried to tackle too much – or maybe you hadn’t really thought about what ‘eating right’ really means.
How do you show your love on Valentine’s Day? Cards and roses may say that you really care, but a healthy and delicious meal will show your loved one that you’ve got a heart of gold.
Struggle to get out of bed in the morning, can’t function without your morning coffee fix, mid afternoon slump sees you reaching for sugary snacks and drinks to get you through the day… sound familiar?
It seems as though every other month there’s a new diet being hailed as a miracle weight loss plan and guaranteeing super-fast results.
It’s dubbed the ‘sunshine vitamin’ but how do we get enough vitamin D when the sun isn’t shining or you avoid sunlight?
"Breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, dine like a pauper." Know this saying? Yes. Live by it? Probably not.
Getting a good night’s sleep should be one of the easiest and most natural things to do. But busy lives and hectic schedules make us less likely to eat properly, and bad food habits can prevent us from getting good quality sleep.
True hunger is usually felt first in the stomach – as blood sugar drops, the body releases hormones that stimulate the stomach to contract, and you get hunger pangs. But some people confuse hunger with wanting to eat – which is actually appetite, not hunger.
The human body is nearly 70% water – so it’s no surprise that we need to stay well-hydrated in order to stay healthy. We need water to transport nutrients to cells, and to get rid of waste products.
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