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Bake healthier with these substitutes

Posted on September 23, 2016 by Brynna Gabrielson
But if you have a weakness for baked goods and a demanding sweet tooth, there are a few baking tricks and substitutions you can employ to make your treats a little healthier. Just remember, even with a healthy substitute, it won't make your treat guilt free!  Continue Reading

UK websites to support your health

Posted on September 16, 2016 by Helen Field
When it comes to health it's hard to know which websites and forums are trustworthy. We want to help make sure you're looking on sites which are accurate, up to date, and contributed to by reputable health professionals. So we've put together a list of recommended UK health websites. They're not just for checking symptoms - there's a lot more to gather along the way. Continue Reading

7 healthier ways to spend your lunch break

Posted on September 8, 2016 by Brynna Gabrielson

Everyday millions of UK workers are working through their lunch break, and/or are choosing to eat at their desks or on the go (YouGov/Simplyhealth Everyday Health Tracker April 2016). If you're one of these millions of people, then maybe it's time to revaluate. Taking a proper lunch break during your working day can actually help you become more productive, and can have a positive impact on your health! So now you know why you should take a lunch break, but if you're struggling to find something to do on your break - we've got a few ideas. Each and every one of them better than just eating a sad lunch at your desk! Due to your office location and available amenities you may or may not be able to do all of them, but hopefully a few will catch your eye!

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5 healthier burger recipes Featured

Posted on August 25, 2016 by Laura Miller
Making your own burgers means you can create a whole range of flavour combinations using chicken, lamb and turkey as well as the traditional beef, or you can try a meat free alternative! Continue Reading
There's evidence to show that those who take it easy in between sessions of intense training see better results than those who consistently exercise without much downtime in between workouts. But how does it all work? Continue Reading