“Vegetables and fruits are a great source of nutrients and contain little-to-no salt whilst ‘bulking up’ your meal.”
Is your choice of the morning a pot of tea or a strong mug of coffee? The choices you make may indicate more than would first appear.
With April Fool’s day upon us, sometimes it can be difficult to separate fact from fiction, so here are some common myth-busting tips surrounding heart health:
Sweet potatoes make a tasty alternative to white potatoes and they are very versatile.
“It is estimated that the average person in the UK consumes two to three times their recommended calorie intake on Christmas day, so why not get off the sofa, get moving and burn off some extra calories this Christmas.”
“Oats contain a type of soluble fibre known as beta-glucan, which can help to lower your cholesterol. “
“Unless you are a wheelchair user, there is evidence to show that prolonged periods of sitting can increase your risk of developing heart disease. “
The first atlas of human heart cells has been created.
Tips to help you avoid unnecessary stress and deal with existing stress in a healthy way.
When the weather is good there is nothing better than eating outside. You may be holidaying at home or planning a short day trip.