Catching a cold and feeling a bit blue come January just seem to happen in the winter. I’m going to explain why so much of that is down to your levels of vitamin D, which is sometimes called the ‘sunshine vitamin’ (and hence a lack of it in winter).
We’re all prone to a little indulgence at Christmas, but rich food and overeating can play havoc with your digestion, leaving you bloated and uncomfortable. Follow my expert tips to trouble-proof your tummy this Christmas
“Intense throbbing pain, with a vice-like grip, and every bright spot of light, or minor sound becoming a searing aggravation”, are the words used to describe a migraine attack from a frequent sufferer. Here's more on the proposed mechanisms behind migraines, why some are the unlucky ones and what can be done
Diabetes – it is unfortunately a disease we have come to know well and I’m sure we all know a friend or family member who suffers from it if not suffering ourselves. Today is World Diabetes Day, so I thought I would talk a little bit about what causes type 2 diabetes and what can be done to help prevent it.
Cholesterol...we've all heard of it, most of us had ours tested but what if I was to say cholesterol isn't necessarily the enemy?
Could you go vegan? What does it mean to be vegan? What is good about it? What's not so good? And where might you struggle in changing your diet?
Apple Crumble - the smell of it cooking - is one of the most wonderful things about October. This healthy version uses dessert apples rather than tart cooking apples, meaning no sugar is needed for the filling to taste sweet.