What does fibre do in the body? How do I know if I’m eating enough? How can I get more fibre in my diet? What about gas and bloating? Get your questions about dietary fibre answered quickly and clearly.
The aim of mindfulness training is not to spend 15 minutes in the present, or concentrating on your breathing or with a blank mind or in some altered state. It’s much easier than that.
What to do when you hate to exercise? Exercise snacking is fun. Here are some suggestions of things you could do. It’s best if you can attach them to some other active that you always do during the day. That way you are much more likely to remember to do them.
Alcohol has the power to make us feel good. It also has the power to make us feel bad, very very bad. Let’s look at the long term effects of heavy drinking on our physical and mental health.
We are offered many solutions to problems with our physical and mental health, inclding pills and therapy, but spending time in nature is a simple option which research shows really benefits both our physical and mental health. It doesn’t cost a lot or have side effects!
I regularly post salad pics on Instagram, and people often comment how tasty and interesting they look. So here’s how to make great vegan salads without a lot of effort and planning. A vegan salad recipe for the disorganised.
Right now our immune systems seem to be under threat, as never before. One thing is clear that we need a strong immune system to deal with the pandemic. You will find lots of suggestions on the web about how to do this, but here are six that are based on solid scientific evidence. Some of them may need to be adapted at this time to take into account the movement restrictions.
Looking after your bone health is part of a bigger picture of looking after your health and well-being so you can stay healthy and happy into old age. Here is information on research that tells us how to do it.
I’m not fond of perfection. If we aim for that, we are likely to end up dissatisfied. If we are dissatisfied, it’s easy to let things slip further until we are back where we were. I try to live what I call a 90-95% life, a life that is good enough.
There’s lots of advice available about how to make your life happier. Most of it focuses on you or talks about big changes. But there’s a really simple, easy way to make everyone’s life better.