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The World Health Organisation has advised halving the amount of sugar we have on a daily basis in an attempt to crack down on climbing health problems within the population. The current daily allowance of sugar per person is 12 teaspoons. It has been advised…

Do you suffer from back pain, knee pain, sore joints or perhaps you have arthritis? When anything goes wrong with the workings of our muscles, bones, joints and the connecting tissue, pain is the first indication. It can be excruciating and debilitating and the first…

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What are the Reference Intakes (RIs) based on? There are no RI’s for children or separate RI’s for gender. There is only one set of RI’s based on the requirements for an average female with no special dietary requirements and an assumed energy intake of…

Do you find yourself wondering, should you be taking supplements? There are different, often personal reasons why we may choose to take supplements, but usually to achieve good health. According to research by the Food Standards Agency (FSA) in 2008, approximately a third of people…

National Fitness Day (23rd September) is an opportunity to highlight the role exercise and physical activity has on each of us. Raising awareness of the positive impact leading a more active lifestyle can make. We encourage you to partake in some form of physical activity on…

The importance of sleep should never be underestimated. Without sleep, we are useless, it doesn’t matter what food or drink we put into our body, without adequate rest, we will never be feeling or performing our best. But do you often find yourself tossing and…

Snacking can be something we do without even realising it, and can often be on foods high in salt, sugar and fat. Many of these choices will hinder our overall health and wellbeing, as well as provide little in the way of energy and nutrition….

There are a number of popular diets based on the glycaemic index (GI), as well as using the GI of foods as a means to identify carbohydrate containing foods which may influence blood sugar levels. This fact file explores both the GI and glycaemic load…

Eating well doesn’t just boost your strength – the nutrients in food are also excellent fuel for the brain. A newly published study showed eating fruit and vegetables improved mental well-being. Subjects tended to feel happier, less worried, and reported higher levels of overall life…

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Hypertension (high blood pressure) affects about one in four people and the only way of knowing one has hypertension is to have your blood pressure checked. Hypertension is considered when a blood pressure reading is over 140/90mmHg, but should be confirmed by a healthcare professional…

It is often perceived that you cannot have both a healthy diet and healthy bank account; but eating a balanced and nutritious diet needn’t cost a fortune. Here, we focus on how you can eat well whilst saving money by making small and simple changes….

Research has shown that changing from the Western Diet to a Mediterranean Diet (MD) can help to reduce the risk of developing heart disease, cancer and other diseases.   What does a MD consist of? Rich in fruit, vegetables, legumes and cereals (especially wholegrains) Sustainably…