Time for tea?

March 12, 2018 sees the start of Nutrition and Hydration Week - a campaign that celebrates and raises awareness of food and drink as a way of maintaining health and wellbeing.

Christmas food safety: how to use leftovers

When dinner has been served, eaten and digested on Christmas Day, there’s a good chance you’ll have plenty of leftovers. Indeed, according to the Love Food Hate Waste campaign, every year in the UK 86 million Christmas turkeys and chickens are thrown away uneaten.

Cooking for vegetarians this Christmas

According to the latest statistics from the Department of Health and Food Standards Agency, two percent of adults and children in the UK are vegetarian (that’s more than a million people altogether). But while that’s good news for turkeys, if one or more of your Christmas guests is a vegetarian and you’re not used to catering for them, it could add to your stress levels at this time of year.

10 ways to stop stressing at work

Stress can affect all areas of your life, including the time you spend at work. According to figures in the latest Labour Force Survey from the Health and Safety Executive, the number of work-related illnesses caused by stress is dropping – though according to the latest statistics from the mental health charity MIND, more than half of workers still say they find work very or fairly stressful.

Eat fish for a healthy heart

Chefs and nutrition experts love it. But according to Heart Research UK, fish is falling out of favour, particularly with British youngsters.