We all know exercise is good for us, and an essential part of a fit, healthy lifestyle. But did you know that moving your body on the regular can have a positive impact on other areas of your life too?
Who hasn’t grabbed a few handfuls of chips or a biscuit or two when you come home from work starving? Investing some time in advance to pre-prep some healthy snacks will make it that much easier to choose the option that’s better for you.
We’ve all heard of drinking milk for strong bones, but is that really all it takes to keep our inner framework healthy? What if you’re lactose intolerant or want less dairy in your diet? We’ve got good news ...
Trying out Dry July this year? Drinking less alcohol is always a good thing – alcohol is linked to a whole raft of negative health and wellbeing factors including risk of cancer, heart disease and depression. Here are Fitfood’s top tips for staying true to the mission this Dry July.
Have you ever thought back over your day and struggled to remember what exactly you ate, and when? Do you drift to the cupboards out of habit rather than hunger? It’s time to shift our collective eating attitude from mindless to mindful, and don’t worry – you don’t need to meditate over every grain of rice to do it.
So you’re wanting to try a low-carb diet, keto, or start consuming more carbohydrates to smash a few athletic goals – good for you! Adapting to a different energy source than what you’re used to can be a tricky transition, but never fear – these tips are here to help.
Make every day a Mediterranean holiday, at least when it comes to food. There’s nothing like the fresh flavours of Italy, Greece, Spain, the Levant and North Africa – olives, tomatoes, cheeses, fish, wholegrains, lentils and even a splash of wine. And the cherry tomato on top is that the Mediterranean diet might make you live longer and feel healthier!