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With lots of advice, inspiration, tasty recipes and top tips, we’ve got all you need to make it easier to get the good stuff in your diet right here.

10 Easy Tips

A healthy balanced diet and regular exercise are the keys to a healthy lifestyle – broken down into 10 simple steps you can get there too.



Our team of in-house nutrition experts are here to answer your burning questions with their fad-busting tips, practical guides, recipe ideas and useful videos.


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  • Sweet potatoes are a great source of carbohydrates to help fuel and refuel your body both before and after a workout. They’re also high in vitamin C, which helps to keep our immune systems working properly. Try Jamie’s BBQ baked beans with sweet potatoes recipe for a deliciously healthy dinner.
  • Protein has a super important role to play in the way our bodies function, helping to keep us strong and healthy. Whether you eat meat or not, there are plenty of foods that can give you protein – chicken, fish and dairy, as well as nuts, tofu, beans and legumes all give your body the protein it needs for growth and repair.
  • It’s important to eat a nutritious meal after exercising to fuel your body and help muscle recovery. Eat a carb-rich snack about 15 to 30 minutes after your workout, like a piece of fruit, then follow it with a balanced meal, high in wholegrains and quality protein, like chicken, eggs or beans.

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Frequently asked nutrition questions

Whether you’re looking for advice on how to cut out gluten or dairy, you want to eat a more plant-based diet or you simply need nutrition advice for kids, we’ve got our team of in-house nutrition experts to answer your most frequently asked questions, from food myths to cooking for kids.