Weight Management

Guides, recipes, tips and tricks on reaching the weight you want to be


Healthy But Tasty: how to beat the bloat

November 26th 2015 / Amelia Freer

Nutritional therapist and author of Eat, Nourish, Glow Amelia Freer brings you all the know-how you need to put a stop to bloating once and for all >>>


My Week In Food: Laura Agar Wilson

November 25th 2015 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

Laura’s healthy living journey started when she managed to lose over 4 stone. Now a holistic health coach, the founder of Wholeheartedly Healthy hopes to inspire other women to live well, ditch the diet and feel fabulous too. We caught up with her to find out about her weekly food diary >>>


5 ways your smartphone is damaging your health

November 16th 2015 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

Could it be time to give your smartphone a bedtime? With a new study showing that switching off earlier could equal an hour's more sleep, we checked in with a panel of experts to see how our gadgets could be harming our health on a wider scale too >>>


Can you train to run like your younger self?

November 16th 2015 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

A new study suggests you could. We asked an expert for his top fitness tips on not letting age be a barrier to achieving your running goals >>>


My Week In Food: Libby Limon

November 13th 2015 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

What’s cooking on the weekly menu of nutritional therapist and yoga teacher, Libby Limon? Here’s a glimpse into how she stays fit, full and fuelled >>>


Too healthy? 10 wholesome foods to consume in moderation

November 12th 2015 / Anna Hunter

You’ve ditched chocolate for chia seeds and Whole Foods is your new haunt, but could you be overdoing it on health foods? Two top nutritionists tell it like it is >>>


Fad vs Fact: Is gluten really so bad for us?

November 9th 2015 / Anna Hunter

It’s been blamed for everything from making us fat to triggering anxiety, but is gluten truly the dietary demon it’s been made out to be, and should we all be going against the grain where gluten is concerned? >>>


Men, fitness and the rise of muscle dysmorphia

November 7th 2015 / Anna Hunter

‘Bigorexia’ is thought to affect around 10% of men who work out, but as eating disorders and mental health issues go, it’s largely ignored. Here’s why it needs to be higher on the agenda, and how to spot it… >>>


8 easy (but healthy) dinner ideas for when you’re too tired to cook

November 2nd 2015 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

Wondering what to make for dinner tonight? Here are 8 deliciously healthy, quick and easy dinner recipes and tasty takeaway and delivery services to provide some appetising food for thought... >>>


The breast cancer cookbook: regaining control by getting in the kitchen

October 26th 2015 / Anna Hunter

Behavioural risk factors associated with diet and lifestyle are thought to influence up to 30% of cancers. A new book proposes cooking as a means of coping and prevention, and it certainly provided us with some food for thought… >>>


The not-so-sweet stuff: 15 reasons why fizzy drinks are evil

October 26th 2015 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

With Jamie Oliver's sugar tax campaign picking up steam, we shed the spotlight on one of the sweet stuff's not-so-sweet constituents - fizzy drinks. You’ll never look at your can of Coke in the same way again... >>>


Boxing: why it's the full body workout that actually works

October 25th 2015 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

Ready to rumble? Boxing has fast become the calorie-blitzing sport the A-list loves. Hitting fitness levels, weight loss goals, shape and definition in one hard-working regime, here’s why GTG HQ is hooked >>>


Gluten-free Halloween recipe: stuffed pumpkin

October 24th 2015 / Elizabeth Bennett

Pumpkins aren't just for carving this Halloween, why not stuff them instead with this tasty vegetarian and gluten free recipe >>>


How to stop your hormones wrecking your life (and waistline)

October 19th 2015 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

From menopause to your menstrual cycle, perimenopause to a new study on the side-effects of HRT, here's how to stop your hormones sabotaging your fitness goals, energy levels and skin >>>


Weekend Wishlist: The £6.50 smokey eye, trampolines and hula hooping

October 17th 2015 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

Struggling to find things to do this weekend? In the first of our new series, we went on the hunt for the products to buy and the activities to try to make it one to remember... >>>


An Email Exchange with...Nikki Cooper, Founder of Inner Me

October 14th 2015 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

How does the busy businesswoman, mother and supplement sage balance the demands of life, family and a successful company? Here’s what our email thread revealed... >>>


Healthy But Tasty: How to do healthy comfort food

October 13th 2015 / Amelia Freer

Nutritional therapist Amelia Freer shows us how to do blues-beating comfort food that still looks after the belly >>>


What it's like to do...Barry's Bootcamp

October 13th 2015 / Susannah Taylor

In the first of our new feature 'What it's like to...' Editor-in-Chief Susannah Taylor discovers what it's like to train insane at Barry's Bootcamp in London >>>


How to give your smoothie superpowers

October 12th 2015 / Anna Hunter

Forget the sugarbombs you find on the shelves. Make your own and give it wings with a few of the following nutritious additions… >>>


Should men and women exercise differently?

October 10th 2015 / Rich Sturla

Struggling with those pull-ups? You could have a viable excuse, but that doesn’t give you a Get Out Of Jail (Gym) Free Card... >>>


Herbalife: fad, fact or weight loss sham?

October 10th 2015 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

How does the weight loss heavyweight really measure up? We asked a nutrition expert for his honest opinion about whether the billion dollar company actually delivers bang for its buck >>>


6 seriously moreish nut butter recipes

October 9th 2015 / Anna Hunter

PB & J and nut butter on toast are undeniably delicious, but there are more ways to devour nut butter (it even makes kale taste good). Read on and drool… >>>


3 tasty, quick and healthy suppers that'll boost your cooking skills

October 5th 2015 / Hanna Ibraheem

With a new poll showing that young people are spending more on food because they 'lack cooking skills,' here are three easy, fast recipes from nutritionist Vicki Edgson that will keep you on the healthy straight and narrow >>>


Tummy Friendly Foods: 6 ingredients that will improve your digestion

October 5th 2015 / Zoe Stirling

Nutritionist Zoe Stirling shares her top six ingredients that will help to beat the bloat and keep your digestion moving >>>


What should you really look for in a multivitamin?

October 4th 2015 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

If you’re looking to supplement your healthy eating artilleries, here is the criteria you should mark your multivitamin against in order to find your perfect match >>>

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