Jamie has this week presented the Government with his own recommendations to combat the rising levels of childhood obesity in the UK.
We’ve all seen the headlines stating that we should reduce the amount of red and processed meat we include in our diet, but why is this and how much should we actually be consuming?
People naturally love a one-size-fits-all approach to dieting. However, as with most nutrition-related subjects, the low-carb, high-protein approach just isn’t as simple as it sounds.
A poor diet does our bodies no favours in keeping healthy. That’s not to promise that a super-healthy diet will prevent you from ever catching a cold, but it will certainly do you no harm in helping you to keep fighting fit and feeling fine.
In the world of fruit there are so many varieties to choose from – each with their own distinct flavour, aroma, texture and nutritional qualities – that there’s really no excuse for eating the same old types, week-in, week-out.
Herbs and spices are such important ingredients to any cook. They can add fantastic flavour to a meal or drink, and have great nutritional benefits, too.
Carbs have a bit of a bad name, and while it’s true that many types of carbohydrates contain empty calories, wholegrains are a delicious, nutritious choice.
The fact that green vegetables are good for you is common knowledge. And not only are the health benefits huge, they’re packed with flavour.
A lot of mistakes in unhealthy diets happen in the shopping basket. Here’s how to make your shopping can help you to maintain a healthy diet.
The terms ‘food allergy’ and ‘food intolerance’ are common. When someone says they’re gluten intolerant or allergic to peanuts, what does it actually mean?