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Continuously battling with the 4pm slump? Is the 4pm slump turning into an all-day slump? Here’s what you should be including in your diet to increase your energy levels.
What we know about the basics of nutrition hasn’t really changed much over the years. The food we eat provides us with the energy we need to carry out our daily routine and this energy is in the form of calories which are gleaned from carbohydrates, fats and protein - the macronutrients (or ‘macros’). Here's everything you need to know about macros.
Public concern about food quality has intensified in recent years. A series of food scares and the controversy surrounding genetically modified crops have prompted heated debate about the safety and integrity of our food. We take a look at the manufacturing and marketing of healthy food.
Hormones are governed by the brain to communicate with the rest of your body and are constantly fluctuating to help maintain equilibrium. These chemical messengers play a huge role in controlling things such as weight, mood and appetite, meaning you definitely want to avoid any hormonal fluctuations. Rob Hobson outlines four ways in which to help balance your hormones through your diet.
The popularity of low-carb diets and the realisation of the true impact that sugar and other highly processed varieties can have on our health and waistlines have made carbohydrates the poor relation of healthy fats and proteins. But are they really that bad for us? Rob Hobson explains more.
Our nutritionist Rob Hobson will be answering your most pressing nutrition-related questions each month. This month you asked: Should you get your nutrients from food or from supplements? In particular, omega 3 supplements versus eating fish.
Research has shown that people who follow a vegetarian or vegan diet have a lower incidence of diet related diseases but not everyone eating this way makes healthy food choices. No matter what dietary preferences you choose to follow the basics of what constitutes a balanced diet are still overarching.
Alongside population increases has been a change in the way people eat as they shift to unhealthy foods high in calories, heavily processed and reliant on meat. The reality is that this way of eating is unsustainable and is contributing to both the global burden of disease and environmental stress. The Planetary diet, which has evolved from the expertise of 37 leading researchers in the field of climate change, nutrition and farming, promises to offer the best outcomes for both health and the environment.
Stress is something unavoidable that can arise at any point during the day. Getting from A to B, work deadlines, maintaining relationships, cooking or even trying to fall asleep are all activities that can trigger stress. In more chronic cases, stress can increase your risk of diseases such as type 2 diabetes, heart health and obesity if left to linger. Rob Hobson reveals his top diet tips to beat stress.
Our nutritionist Rob Hobson will be answering your most pressing nutrition-related questions each month. This month Rob covers how to avoid bloating (in particular on a plant-based diet), how much fat we should be consuming each day and the best vegan protein powders.
Our nutritionist Rob Hobson will be answering your most pressing nutrition-related questions each month. We'll host the Q&A on Instagram each month and then include Rob's answers in our newsletter! Your question this week was: How much fat should I eat per day?
Our nutritionist Rob Hobson will be answering your most pressing nutrition-related questions each month. We'll host the Q&A on Instagram each month and then include Rob's answers in our newsletter! Your question this week was: What are the best foods to prevent bloating? In particular, how do I avoid bloating on a plant-based diet?
Our nutritionist Rob Hobson will be answering your most pressing nutrition-related questions each month. We'll host the Q&A on Instagram each month and then include Rob's answers in our newsletter! Your question this week was: I have a soy allergy. What's the next best plant-based protein? And can you recommend any protein powders?
Beetroot is a really good source of both potassium, betacarotene and folate – and this is what makes beetroot such a great ingredient for this time of year. These nutrients will work hard to cleanse your liver after an indulgent festive season and help you to reset for the new year ahead.
We speak to the founder of The Nue Co, and friend, Jules Miller. The Nue Co.make supplements from real food – you won’t find any chemicals or fillers in their products, just organic ingredients that you can trust to really make a difference. Here, Jules shares some illuminating information about the difference a healthy gut makes, along with some tips on how to keep yours as ship-shape as possible.
Upping our berry intake is firmly on the to-do-list, but maybe it’s time to put a little focus on the cherry. Cherries can put a smile on your face ten miles wide, so you’re in luck that they’re coming into season. They’ve got a multitude of nutritional benefits, not to mention they taste delicious too.
Eat. Sleep. Work. Repeat. Now while this is most definitely not a rose-tinted way of looking at life, the point is that we are all guilty of finding ourselves rushing around at full speed, to the point that we can sometimes forget to properly look after ourselves. Which is why we’ve come up with our top 5 tips for feeling less stressed.
Obesity rates are on the rise, and the under-reporting of how much we really eat is to blame, claims a new study. The Behavioural Insights Team has claimed that national surveys are not capturing the changes in the way food is eaten in Britain, particularly snacking outside the home and restaurant meals. We weigh in on the matter.
The ‘war on sugar’ has come on in leaps and bounds in the last year, the most notable development being the tax on sugary soft drinks announced back in March. The problem is, with the promise of 'zero sugar' and 'zero fat' products, something has to replace the sugar and the fat, and it's often something nasty.
A report by the National Obesity Forum and the Public Health Collaboration is demanding a major overhaul of official dietary guidelines. They claim the last thirty years of NHS official health advice urging people to adopt low-fat diets is having “disastrous health consequences”, and is based on “flawed science”. So is fat our friend or foe?
Whether you choose to eat meat or not is a matter of personal preference. It is true that meat is highly nutritious. It provides a valuable source of protein and other key nutrients such as vitamin B12 and iron. But adequate amounts of these key nutrients can be gained from eating other highly nutritious plant-based foods.
Simply select the package that is right for you, choose your start date and duration, and look forward to your first delivery of wholesome food.
This 1,500-calorie package provides a rich source of nutrients, made up of whole grains, legumes, vegetables, fruit, nuts, seeds and lean protein. All of our meat is free-range and our fish and seafood are sustainably sourced.
those who are looking to permanently change their lifestyles for the better. Packed full of energy and nutrients, this package is perfect for those who would like to begin or maintain a healthy diet