7 Foods that help with skin health: 1. Almonds Vitamin E and Zinc both help your body produce Keratin, which helps to maintain healthy skin, nails and hair. One way to ensure your body is getting a good source of vitamin E is by enjoying almonds on a regular basis. As well as providing your … more
The power of the sesame seed dates back thousands of years ago when it was used by the Egyptians as a medicine, while the women of ancient Babylon mixed honey with sesame seeds to prolong youth and beauty. While we can’t guarantee sesame seeds will keep you looking younger, it can actually be really good … more
With its great protein power and high sources of fibre, it’s easy to see why flaxseeds are becoming increasingly popular with adults looking to keep healthy.For someone who has never tried flaxseeds before and is keen to add them to their diet, one question always seems to appear – how do you eat flaxseeds? Flaxseed … more
We’ve teamed up with UK Specialist Registered Dietitian Nichola Whithead (Nic’s Nutrition) to give you some New Year healthy eating tips! With Christmas and New Year celebrations over, it may seem like a great time to address your diet and set a New Year’s resolution to “eat healthy”. Given that most New Year’s resolutions fail … more
We often talk about the great benefits of having flaxseed in your diet but did you know that it is also an extremely versatile ingredient and can be consumed in three ways – milled (or ground), whole faxseed or as flaxseed oil. This often results in the following question – what is the best way to eat flaxseed? Well, when it comes to eating flaxseed, most people will opt for a milled or whole form of the seed, as the oil (also known as linseed oil) is best used in cooking in place of oils like sunflower and olive oil. So with this in mind, we thought we would take a look at the differences in milled flaxseed and whole flax seed.
Eating healthy doesn’t need to break the bank when it comes to your weekly shop. When it comes to shopping on a budget it can be all too easy to reach for the value products and frozen microwave goods, which are often void of actual nutrition.
Here are our top tips to help you shop healthier without feeling it in your pocket at the checkout.
With each New Year comes resolutions, and although made with the best of intentions many people often struggle to make it to the end of January with them. Going to the gym and exercising regularly is often one of the most popular resolutions as we seek to shed those Christmas pounds. However, finding time to go to the gym can be hard, and when you get there the queues for some machines can be crazy, especially in January. To save time and money on gym membership we have created this list of exercises for you to try at home and stay on track with that get-fit resolution.