It seems an obvious thing to ask, but do the so-called ‘smart’ foods offer any benefit to your mind?
Losing weight is not difficult, breaking our small habits is. One study has articulated the triggers that we need to break if we’re going to free ourselves from the cycle.
Love those sweet cafe baked goods? Well, according to dietitians the size of the portions they offer may be the reason why our pant sizes continue to grow. Damn.
A new study from Deakin University reveals it’s not your genes that determine your sensitivity to fat – it’s what you’re stuffing into your pie hole!
According to one PhD candidate, those among us who subscribe to the grazing method of eating are in for a rather generous shock indeed.
Registered holistic nutritionist Mitra Shirmohammadi (aka @NutriHolist) inspires TBS to get healthier with our eating through vibrant images and stunning meals.
A quick and easy recipe for delicious scones, made from only three ingredients and guaranteed to make your day, courtesy of The Home Grown Country Life.
With the world trying to live up to dangerous body image standards, our Fitspo interviews introduce us to those who remind us of the importance of a healthy body – and of a healthy lifestyle.
Don’t be put off by the “gluten-free” tag, this bread will win over your preconceptions and keep you fed – healthily! – for a week!
Our resident nutritionist reveals the health and fitness trends in 2016, including the UN’s plan for World Peas. (Yes, really. No, we will not apologise for that pun.)
It’s the end of the long weekend, and predictably we’re seeing the results. Our resident nutritionist has some tips to reverse the weight gain and get back on track.
TBS spoke to The Nude Nutritionist Lyndi Cohen about her least favourite things on social media and why she decided to go Photoshop free.
The health of the gut affects other areas of the body, so performing an effective reset is crucial – our resident nutritionist explains how.
Richard Jackson’s Long Reads looks at a prediction of the internet from 20 years ago, McDonald’s tough road to health and a school with a difference.
Coming down from the Christmas and NYE high, we’re all feeling a little worse for wear, but Sarah Carman insists our urge to “detox diet” our way out of this state will not be fruitful.
Sarah Carman gave up bread for a couple of days…and it’s not because bread is bad (#hellyescarbs), but rather, it’s that “giving up” can occasionally be good.
Lyndi Polivnick isn’t surprised by the connection between the rise in obesity and anxiety, but finding a solution to the issue must be stress-free…
Yes, TBS has 2014 Budget coverage later today, but Lyndi Polivnick is here first up to brighten the dreary #budgetblah with advice on healthy eating that beats the budget blues
Beyoncé the ultimate “Independent woman” and role model for young women? The Nude Nutritionist Lyndi Polivnick thinks not!