How long does it take your local takeaway to deliver your dinner? Forty-five minutes? Thirty on a good day? We’ll bet we can help you get a healthy, mouth-watering meal on your plate in far less time. Don’t believe us? Here’s a bunch or healthy recipe ideas that take...
Coach spends a fair amount of time covering health news and advice in the hope that we can help you avoid the big C later down the line, but it’s a sad reality that in all likelihood someone you know will get cancer, and you may too. When...
Protein is so much more convenient these days. Where once gym-goers had to tuck into a couple of rotisserie chickens to refuel their muscles after a hefty workout, they can now mix up a protein shake or, more convenient still, tuck into a protein bar. Protein bars are now...
Back in 1996 if you mentioned HIIT most people would probably have assumed you were talking about an Oasis record rather than an exercise style, but it happens to have been the year one of the most well-known branches of HIIT was born: Tabata training. What Is Tabata Training? Tabata...
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...
Photograph: Glen Burrows We don’t have to tell you about Joe Wicks. You, like us, are probably already one of his dedicated 1.7m Instagram followers, constantly double-tapping on the delicious quick-fire recipes he uploads, all of which remove any excuse to reach for the takeaway menu and dial up...
Photography: William and Susan Brinson When you’re in the mood for comfort food, you want it to taste like it’s supposed to: rich, delicious, comforting – not all “healthified” (“low fat!” “sugar free!”) and cardboardy. Well, prepare your taste buds for the surprise of a lifetime, because we’ve come up...

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...
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...
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...