Health Tips

When it comes to dieting, one size doesn’t fit all

When it comes to shedding those extra kilos, according to Danish researchers, success is less about what you eat and more about who you are at a biological level.

Maintaining the same weight as you age may prevent diabetes

Even if you are moderately overweight to begin with, keeping your weight steady over the longer-term could significantly reduce your risk of diabetes.

Seven foods to supercharge your gut bacteria

A healthy gut is key to your well being. The good news is that you can begin to cultivate a new healthy gut flora, in just 24 hours just by changing what you eat.

Should you eat before exercising?

According to new data exercising in a fasted state might trigger more favourable changes in fatty tissue which, and bring more health benefits over the long term.

Natural remedies for measles symptoms

If your child gets measles, symptoms and discomfort can be relieved and the immune system supported with complementary remedies. Here’s some simple advice for helping your child back to health.

Eat beautiful – whatever your age

It’s a fact that our skin ages, but that doesn’t mean we can’t keep it looking as fresh and line-free as possible with help from the foods we eat.

The health benefits of a hot bath

A hot bath burns calories, helps control blood sugar and keeps your blood vessels healthy. What’s not to like?

Health Check: four reasons to have another cup of coffee

If you like coffee there are reasons to be cheerful – and reasons to be cautious. Here’s what you need to know about the benefits and risks of one of the world’s favourite drinks.

Natural treatments for acne

From honey face masks to essential oil massage blends, facial steams and compresses – here are some of our favorite alternatives ot help keep your skin clear.

Bribing kids to eat vegetables is not sustainable – here’s what to do instead

If your kids are not eating all the vegetables they should be, here are some tips to get your picky eaters into lifelong healthy eating habits.