1. Don’t suppress your rage It’s crucial to recognise that anger is a perfectly normal human emotion, and suppressing your rage can have far-reaching negative health impacts including anxiety, depression and physical damage to your heart, according to the British Journal Of Health Psychology. That said, moderation is essential because...
We all know the importance of starting the day right, and last week was no exception! 60 men and women took to the sky and joined us bright and early for yoga in The Shard to celebrate wellness in association with California Walnuts. Surrounded by the city's epic skyline,...
Men’s Fitness invites you to vote for your favourite brands and products in the Sports Nutrition Awards 2018 and be entered into a fantastic prize draw. Once the votes are cast, we’ll announce the winners in the March 2018 issue of Men’s Fitness (on sale 24th January 2018)...
Nippy mornings require a warming brekkie, and porridge is the definitive warming brekkie. Sure, you might have experimented with muesli or some other fanciful cereal during the summer, but come September it’s time to turn back to porridge. This is Britain after all – you can expect a...

Smoothies

Smoothies are big business. First they were an indulgent way to get a couple of your five-a-day, then a high-end gym staple and now ubiquitous.  But while enterprising supermarkets and juice bars are engaged in an arms-race of flavour combinations – mango and mint is surprisingly good – are...
Even the most draconian of dinnertime dieters can be far less scrupulous when it comes to healthy snacks, and plenty of worthy lifestyle goals are sabotaged every afternoon as desk drawers are opened to reveal multipacks of savoury saturated fats. The UK loves crisps, and even though substantial efforts...
In case you don’t understand just how bad junk food is for your body, there’s a simple study known as the Cafeteria Diet that makes it clear. In an attempt to accurately measure food intake in a group of ten lean, healthy men, researchers filled two vending machines...
Exercising for just an hour a week, regardless of the intensity, can help prevent depression, according to new research on 33,908 people who were tracked for 11 years. The study – led by scientists from the Black Dog Institute, which conducts research into mental health issues – concluded that...
For many people stress is part and parcel of everyday life, and some can even thrive under the pressures ahead of a deadline at work. However, if left unchecked, stress can have a severely negative impact on your life. World Mental Health Day is 10th October and while looking...

Healthy Eating Made Simple

“A new type of thinking is essential if mankind is to survive and move toward higher levels,” Albert Einstein once said. And while he probably (OK, definitely) wasn’t talking about getting in shape, the man has a point. If you’re still selling yourself down the nutritional river with ready-to-go...