Simple Summer Swaps

Summer’s the time when many of us think about how we can improve our health and weight. Maybe it’s having … Continued

Ketogenic Diets – the good, the bad and the ugly

There has been a lot of hype about ketogenic diets or low carb, high fat (LCHF). Maybe you have tried … Continued

Eat your way to football success

Why spend all those hours training and run your socks off on match day if your nutrition isn’t up to … Continued

Stock up with convenience foods

One of the reasons we can struggle with healthy eating and weight control is lack of time. When we’re in … Continued

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.

Could coffee culture be damaging our health?

With recent news that coffee shops are set to outstrip pubs, should we be worried? I think so. Don’t get … Continued

Caffeine – fuel or foe?

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 reviews caffeine, to take a balanced look at the research behind its benefits and flaws when it comes to health

Who’s having lamb this Easter?

With all thoughts turning to Easter festivities, there seem to be two constants on the food front. The first, of … Continued

What does one portion of fruit or veg look like?

We all know we need to eating at least five portions of fruit and veg a day (preferably more!), but … Continued

National Pie Week – Guilt-Free!

It’s National Pie Week. But how can you guarantee a hearty and healthy pie – rather than a heavyweight? Here … Continued

Bread – friend or foe?

Many of us have been swerving the bread basket for years under the misguided belief that we’re doing our waistlines a favour. Registered dietitian, Sue Baic takes a look at the humble loaf and its much maligned nutritional status.

The power of food

This week Sally looks at the role food can play in treating and preventing illness… As a doctor it never … Continued