The idea that breakfast is the most important meal of the day has little scientific basis according to nutritionists at the University of Bath.
Smoothies have been positioned as a ‘healthy drinks option’ for years now and some people believe they are a substitute – an easy alternative – for eating fruit and vegetables.
For decades, young and old have been told to ‘Eat your greens!’ at the dinner table as generations of mothers and grandmothers handed down the knowledge that vegetables, like cabbage and broccoli, kept the doctor away just as much as eating an apply a day.
While many of us were fulfilling New Year’s resolutions, the Government’s Chief Medical Officer, Professor Dame Sally Davies, announced an update to the UK’s drinking guidelines. The guidelines highlight
As the obesity problem in the UK continues to grow, NHS England plans to introduce a 20% levy on sugary drinks and food in hospital cafés by 2020. Organisations like Cancer Research UK, Action on Sugar and The National Obesity Forum back this move. Here […]