A is for Vitamin A. Dr Sarah Brewer and Rob Hobson take us through the A to Z of vitamins and minerals.
Here are ten simple habit changes you can use to try and boost your energy levels.
Mays Al-Ali, a nutritionist at HealthyMays.com, points out the go-to foods for hangover cures and the stodgy carb-heavy comforters you should avoid.
January brings New Year resolutions that not all of us like, here dietician Martha McKittrick answers some of the most common questions about how to commit to a healthy diet and stick to it.
We all have our eating vices – the guilty treats we use as a pick me up, but have you ever questioned why we fall back on them or what the consequences are? Dr Riccardo Di Cuffa reveals all.
Manuka Honey has become famous in recent years due to its health properties and a host of celebrity fans, making it one of the best selling products in health store Holland and Barrett. But why is it so special? And does it work? 50 Connect explores here.
Comfort foods come with a high cholesterol cost! Check out these alternatives to your weekly shop indulgences and reap the health rewards.
Sticking to the basics of healthy eating and adding green vegetables to your diet can help to boost your intake of nutrients that have been shown to be particularly beneficial for brain health.
A survey commissioned by the Health and Food Supplements Information Service (HSIS) reveals that faddy diets and poor knowledge of nutrition are putting the nation’s bone health at risk.
There’s a new diet on the block and this one lets you eat pasta and chocolate. Jackie Wicks explains.
When it comes to the nutritional benefits of eating chia seeds, the list is endless.
Nutritionist Tom Oliver examines why Omega 3 rich foods and supplements are important to women as we age.
Ginger is wonderful for your digestion. Kim Lightbody explains why we should all be drinking ginger tea.
New research suggests Vitamin D has positive health benefits for people with chronic heart conditions.
Rob Hobson puts together a list of detoxifying foods that fit into your diet and nutrition plan all year round.
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