Are You Sitting Comfortably? How To Perfect Your Posture

All too often it takes a problem to arise before people will do any work to correct their bad posture. Instead of sitting – or indeed slouching – there, waiting for lower back or neck pain to develop and then working on your posture, put in some preventative work now and hopefully you’ll...

Do You Really Need That Protein Shake? One Expert Doubts It

When you’ve put in maximum effort in at the gym, finishing your workout with your muscles quivering and lungs burning, it’s only natural to try to make sure you get the biggest bang for your buck. For many people, that means cramming in as much protein as possible straight afterwards. It’s not an unreasonable...

Learn How To Say No At Work

The world of work is changing, according to Alexandra Cavoulacos and Kathryn Minshew, founders of online careers hub The Muse and authors of The New Rules Of Work. Follow their advice to fast-track your career progress and find more time to do the things you love. Managing your time more efficiently doesn’t only mean...

The Experts Behind The Vurger Co Explain How To Make Your BBQs Less Basic

We recently worked with Tabasco to create the Auburger, an aubergine-based burger for the AU-EM-GEE pop-up in London’s Spitalfields Market. It was so popular it sold out in three hours. You haven’t missed out, though – veggie burgers are surprisingly easy to throw together. Here’s how to make a simplified Auburger for starters, and...

How To Cook Steak Like A Pro

Photography: Ben Backhouse A thick steak might seem like the sort of food that’s a monthly treat – but it’s time to rethink that. A single 250g, grass-fed, aged-28-days slab of sirloin costs about the same as a Quarter Pounder meal – and unlike Uncle Ronald’s fare, it packs in around 70g of protein,...

You’re Eating More Processed Food Than You Think

When you’re looking to tweak your diet to make it healthier, one of the first pieces of advice you’re likely to come across is to cut down on the amount of processed food you eat. Because that usually results in a reduction in fat, sugar and salt consumption, it’s a savvy move –...

Is There Such A Thing As A Healthy Freakshake? This Powerhouse Mint Choc Protein Shake Comes Close

A monumental workout requires a monumental protein shake to refuel afterwards with and this, friend, is a very special protein shake. This isn’t one to glug down after a quick 20-minute workout at lunchtime – it’s one to be saved for those 90-minute weekend super-sessions that leave you in a puddle on the...

Giving Veg Exciting Names Makes More People Eat More Of It

When children refuse to eat their greens there’s a variety of tactics parents can employ to force the issue. Whether that’s pretending the fork containing said vegetables is an aeroplane, or grim threats of a pudding ban for those who spurn broccoli. You’d hope that most adults wouldn’t require such cajoling to eat their...

Five Recipes From The Zero Sugar Diet

The Zero Sugar Diet, is a healthy, tasty, easy-to-follow eating plan – created by David Zinczenko, the former editorial director of Men’s Fitness in the US – designed to bring your hormones into balance, assist liver function and take away food cravings while delivering rapid weight loss. Generally speaking, it works by doing one...

Is Himalayan Pink Salt Good For You, Or Are Its Benefits Oversold?

As exciting new superfoods go, Himalayan pink salt has all the right credentials. The name gives it an exotic mystique while also highlighting its Instagram-friendly colour. Sounds much better than boring old table salt already. Unfortunately, once you look beyond the name and colour, there are few reasons to recommend a switch from table...


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