Are you living off takeaways and £1 ready meals? New research from Pru Health shows more than half (52%) believe their health has suffered as a result of the recession and they are cutting costs on the weekly food shop to make ends meet.
When it comes to losing weight usually a healthy chunk of willpower is required. Giving up all of your favourite foods, ditching that evening glass of wine and clearing your cupboards of chocolate is hard and most people find themselves giving up after a matter of days.
Keep that fruit bowl handy for optimum heart health. Scientists have found a large-scale study that concludes that, as well as providing a vitamin C boost, citrus fruits may also help protect the body from a stroke in later life.
While healthy snacks can help sustain energy, new research from the US suggest eating mid-morning can be a sign of 'mindless eating', slowing weight loss. Women who didn't have a mid-morning snack lost more weight over a year of dieting.
You may have packed your suglasses, sun cream and aftersun, but have you packed your pomegranate juice? New research from the University of Wisconsin finds that the antioxidants in pomegranate juice can protect the skin from sun damage.