Exams need not be stressful

A’ levels, GCSEs and SATs are all being taken at the moment, and if you have children or teenagers in the throes of doing any, or all, of these, it can be a time of anxiety and stress. We have had a look at how you can help to calm …

How to complete ‘Dry January’

Over the past few years, Dry January, has become ‘a thing’ and one that is gathering momentum. Just to give you an overview, Dry January is an annual event where thousands of people give up alcohol for the first month of the year. While January is a tough month already, …

Keep your immune system strong

Before the party season gets underway, why not take a look at how you can boost your immune system so you can keep healthy as you burn the candle both ends this December. If you make a conscious effort to look after yourself you will be at an advantage when …

Eat your way to tight abs

OK, you need to exercise too, but if you are mindful about what you put on your plate and into your body, the benefits can be seen around your tummy. We have had a look at good grub for great abs and we think you’ll be running to the shops …

Get fab abs from your food

You might be a total gym bunny or a Pilates queen, but if you don’t eat the right foods, no amount of exercise will give you the toned tummy you so desperately want. Stock your kitchen cupboards with these winning ingredients, and your battle with that bulge could be over. …

Combat the Christmas Hangover

For many of us, Christmas is the one time of year that we allow ourselves to eat, drink and be completely merry, whilst maintaining a clean lifestyle for the rest of the year. This can often mean only one thing – a nasty hangover the next day! As much as …

Boost your mood with your food

Whilst some of us love wrapping up warm and kicking the leaves in the park, for others the cool winds of autumn are unwelcome and can create feelings of sadness and lead to snacking and comfort eating. Whilst cakes and crisps might taste great, not only can the add to …