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Recipe: How to make Pinch of Nom's low calorie veggie burgers

1 day ago

True to form, Pinch of Nom have come up with a delicious lighter version of everyday favourites. These burgers are bursting with veggies and a hint of Parmesan but are only are 118 calories a pop. No need to skip the bun... >>>

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Why you don’t need to do be bendy to be a great yoga teacher

June 21st 2019 / Victoria Woodhall

Thinking of becoming a yoga teacher? From what to look for in a course, to worries about being flexible enough and preparing for job interviews, yoga teacher trainer Julie Montagu and triyoga’s Yoga Manager Genny Wilkinson-Priest tell you all you need to know >>>

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Pinch of Nom: the new Weekly Food Planner from the record-breaking diet cookbook

June 17th 2019 / Anna Hunter

It's the UK’s most-visited food blog and its debut cookbook rivalled Joe Wicks for sales. Now it's making goal tracking easier with a motivational food journal. Here's what you need to know about the Pinch of Nom phenomenon >>>

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Elle Macpherson: How I keep my legs in great shape

June 11th 2019 / Elle Macpherson

At nearly 6ft tall Elle's nickname at school was 'Legsy 11'. How does she keep those famous pins toned and buffed? In her GTG column this month, Elle talks all things leg care – from whether to wax or shave, to keeping on top of cellulite and the best smoothing moisturiser >>>

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The ayurvedic guide to what your skin is trying to tell you

June 7th 2019 / Eminé Rushton

Our largest organ provides a detailed and insightful map into the goings on within our minds, bodies and emotions. From feelings of grief and anger, to food intolerances and internal imbalances, author of Sattva: The Ayurvedic Way to Live Well and holistic facial therapist, Eminé Rushton, guides us around the root causes of our most common imbalances >>>

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My Week in Food: Hilary Rowland, Co-Founder of Boom Cycle

June 6th 2019

What does the founder of one of the biggest spinning studios in the UK eat to keep her energy levels up? Hilary Rowland reveals all... >>>

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Why the menopause has made me terrified of driving

June 5th 2019 / Jane Druker

Jane Druker used to be confident behind the wheel – until she went through the menopause. As she discovers, it's a surprisingly common issue for menopausal women >>>

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Cankles and all: Deliciously Ella's most candid pregnancy interview yet

June 4th 2019 / Victoria Woodhall

From squeezing lemon on her chips, to hormonal acne, fears over scans and hopes for a home birth: Ella Mills opens up about her pregnancy >>>

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Why Weight Watchers is making a comeback

June 3rd 2019 / Tor Cardona

Once the foundation of popular diet regimes and nutrition guidelines, calorie counting has fallen out of fashion in recent years. However, as millennials increasingly reject trendy programmes in favour of old-school regimens such as Weight Watchers, going back to basics could be the next big thing >>>

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The best budget meal cookbooks for delicious healthy food

May 30th 2019 / Jessica Morgan

These budget cookbooks will help you mastermind your midweek meals for less, cut down on food waste and keep your stomach happy >>>

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5 things we learned from Jessica Ennis’ new fitness app

May 29th 2019 / Anna Hunter

How do you follow Olympic glory and a damehood? Share your health, fitness and pregnancy secrets with the masses if you’re Jess Ennis Hill. Here’s why ‘Jennis’ is a workout app like no other (and not as tough going as you’d think…) >>>

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Wellness Wallet: I am co-founder of a sustainable loungewear startup and I spend £320 a month on wellness

May 26th 2019 / Victoria Woodhall

From supplements to community basketball and a budget gym, here’s what Cucumber Clothing’s Nancy Zeffman spends to keep her bad back strong and her energy levels up >>>

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5 ways to boost your confidence and supercharge your self-belief

May 24th 2019 / Judy Johnson

Is a lack of confidence holding you back? Hypnotherapist Chloe Brotheridge reveals five simple ways to let go of limiting beliefs and regain your self esteem >>>

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Why you should try flotation therapy if you struggle with meditation

May 24th 2019 / Sarah Leigh Bannerman

If switching off doesn’t come easily, 60 minutes of weightlessness could well do the trick, and if the mental benefits don’t swing you, the beauty ones might... >>>

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Why we all need to be able to spot the signs of sepsis - fast

May 22nd 2019 / Jessica Morgan

Sepsis kills more than 50,000 people in the UK every year, including thousands of children, and it can be extremely hard to hard to spot. Now nursing leaders and campaigners are calling for more stringent checks to spot the warning signs early. Here's what you need to know >>>

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On the face of it: when I add up the cost of my anxiety ...

May 19th 2019

Time, money, education and career opportunities - when you suffer from anxiety and panic attacks, the cost isn’t just emotional, says Madeleine Spencer >>>

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How ‘body neutrality’ can help if you’re not feeling great about your body

May 16th 2019 / Pandora Paloma

If you’re struggling with body image issues, the concept of body positivity can be hard to get on board with. Here’s how a new way of thinking could be the key to accepting yourself - rolls, cellulite, warts and all >>>

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How to manage hot flushes when you're at work

May 16th 2019 / Sarah Vine

Hot flushes in the office can be distracting at best, debilitating at worst and there's not a lot you can do to stop them. But you can certainly lessen the impact, says Sarah Vine. From keeping your meals light to wearing specially-engineered 'anti-flush' fabrics, here's what she knows works for this common menopausal symptom >>>

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Iskra Lawrence : "Learning to cook gave me a better relationship with food"

May 15th 2019 / Jessica Morgan

Known for posting unfiltered images of herself and shutting down body shamers with humour, body positive beauty campaigner Iskra Lawrence is a woman on a mission to inspire confidence. She tells us about being a mentor for the Prince's Trust, cooking her way to a better place and not letting her phone rule her life >>>

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The sleep set that’s meant for babies (but helped us sleep like one)

May 13th 2019 / Anna Hunter

It’s a three step bedtime routine kit that’s aimed at kids but had a nigh on miraculous effect on our sleep habits. Whether you want your little one to nod off or need help yourself, here’s why this is a worth a shot… >>>

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I lost 7lbs on a panchakarma detox retreat - and found my sanity

May 12th 2019 / Beatrice Aidin

The upset and stress of her father's Alzheimer's was taking its toll on writer Beatrice Aidin. Could an Ayurvedic detox help her regain her emotional strength? Oil enemas, herbal eye washes and saltwater up the nose, here's how she fared >>>

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Readers’ Edit: your most-wanted summer fashion and beauty buys

May 11th 2019 / Jessica Morgan

From flattering midi-skirts to cult-favourite skincare and the genius makeup bag you never knew you needed, this is what you've been buying >>>

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How your ayurvedic dosha affects your period - and what to do to feel better

May 10th 2019 / Eminé Rushton

Our menstrual cycle provides a unique insight into the workings of our bodies, and depending on your dosha you'll experience it differently. Eminé Rushton reveals the simple Ayurvedic ways to help you balance, support and nourish yourself for happier periods, every month >>>

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7 food and drink hacks for a great night's sleep

May 10th 2019 / Jackie Lynch

Everything that passes our lips during the day has a bearing on our sleep - from morning coffee to evening snacks and even vitamins. Nutritional Therapist Jackie Lynch explains what, when and how to eat to keep insomnia at bay >>>

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“I saw light shining through to my scalp, like a forest half-felled"

May 9th 2019 / Lauren Clark

Journalist Lauren Clark first noticed her hair clogging the plughole at the age of just 24. Here’s her story of experiencing hair loss as a young woman, why Instagram made her feel ‘less than’ and the solutions that worked for her >>>

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