Hidden health benefits of your Christmas dinner

We all know how easy it is to see Christmas Day as a write off when it comes to healthy eating. But did you know there are a good number of hidden health benefits in our Christmas Dinner? Dietician Sophie Claessens reveals the foods to focus on for a healthier, but still delicious Christmas Dinner…

Don’t ditch the sprouts

The Review is Dr. Sally Norton’s comment on the week’s hot topics, health news and research – giving you a clear, simple, trusted view on the very latest findings to affect your health, weight and wellbeing. This week, Sally takes a look at the latest research linking green veg to better health and explains why you really ought to stop avoiding those sprouts. Also, why we need to take a lesson from our kids when it comes to our eating, and how you can find better, healthier food choices more easily!

Healthy ways to reinvent your morning oats

We all know that oats are a great source of slow-release energy, but many people are put off by the idea of a boring bowl of tasteless porridge. Our solution? Take a look at our healthy ideas to help you reinvent your favourite oaty breakfast!

What you can do to beat fatigue

The Review is Dr. Sally Norton’s comment on the week’s health news – giving you a trusted view on the latest research to affect your health, weight and wellbeing. This week, Sally takes a look at the proactive things you can do to combat fatigue. Also this week, how setting rules can help your kids makes better food choices, and the healthy treats available this Christmas.

Sugars – the good and the bad?

The Review is Dr. Sally Norton’s comment on the week’s hot topics, health news and research – giving you a clear, simple, trusted view on the very latest findings to affect your health, weight and wellbeing. This week, with sugar standing firm in our news headlines, Sally takes a hard look at the different types of sugars… answering the question, are some sugars better than others? Also this week, the latest app designed to help make healthy eating that little bit easier.