A balanced diet should include five portions of fruit and vegetables per day, but exactly how many of us are foregoing this good stuff for unhealthy alternatives? Browse our useful tips and articles on healthy eating to understand what key foods should be in your diet, along with food myths and the facts behind them..
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Seasonal food is generally fresher, tastier and has more nutritional value than food grown out of season.
Because we tend to crave more salt than the body needs, it is important to be aware of how much salt we eat.
By cooking lasagne at home, we can reduce the sodium content to less than 500mg per portion.
With so many of us striving to eat more healthily, people are exploring alternative options to traditional milk products.
This sweet potato and chickpea curry, scented with lemongrass, is vegan friendly and dairy free.
Billions of pounds are spent on slimming each year, but is calorie counting really the answer to losing weight?
Is it possible to survive on nothing but raw vegetables? Karin Mochan, goes on a three-day juice fast.
To help you with a balanced diet we’ve brought together nine common food health myths with the facts behind them.
We have highlighted what we think are some of the key foods we should try to include in our diets.
Part of a balanced diet should comprise five portions of fruit and vegetables per day, something many of us are missing out on.
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We spend billions on them every year, but are energy drinks and snacks the instant boost that they claim to be?
Rather than plates full of sausages there are plenty of healthier food options that still pack lots of flavour.
Your chance to win a NutriBullet super blender and a visit to the Ideal World TV studios.
Glenn Kearney advises top players on nutrition for the Lawn Tennis Association – but he’s ok with breaking the rules now and again.
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