Updated: Tuesday 29 September 2020

Small changes to your lifestyle could make you happier, and see you living a longer, healthier life. There's no magic cure, but Head of Clinical Research Dr Ben Kelly has 5 top tips to help you keep your mind and body firing on all cylinders well into retirement.

Updated: Thursday 3 September 2020

If you’re not sleeping enough, the effects could be more significant that bags under your eyes, and there could also be dramatic but hidden effects on how you think and feel. Head of Preventative Medicine, Dr Ben Kelly, explains sleep can be closely linked to your physical and mental health.

Updated: Wednesday 2 September 2020

Not getting as much exercise as you’d like? Maybe you’re still working from home, or you’ve become a bit less active over lockdown. Dr Ben Kelly, Head of Clinical Research has 5 tips to help you move around more on a daily basis – starting with easiest first.

Updated: Wednesday 2 September 2020

They say mathematics can explain the universe. It can also explain why you’re not achieving your weight loss goals. Head of Preventative Medicine, Dr Ben Kelly crunches the numbers.

Updated: Monday 24 August 2020

Exercise is a great way to help normalise your blood pressure levels.

Updated: Wednesday 15 April 2020

Dr Benjamin Kelly, Head of Clinical Research at Nuffield Health, explains how to calculate your BMI and analyse the results.

Updated: Monday 30 March 2020

If you struggle with high blood pressure, subtle changes to your diet can help improve your situation alongside the advice given to you by your GP.

Updated: Monday 2 March 2020

Everyone knows exercise will help lower your blood pressure, but this little trick can help accelerate the drop. Best of all, it takes next to no effort. Head of Preventative Medicine, Dr Ben Kelly explains.

Updated: Thursday 12 December 2019

Not sure what to make of your blood pressure? Here’s how the numbers work.

Updated: Thursday 15 August 2019

Head of Clinical Research and Outcomes, Dr Ben Kelly, explains the truth behind the hype.

Updated: Monday 5 August 2019

If you’ve been told your cholesterol levels are high, there are exercise habits you can adopt to help combat the problem.

Updated: Thursday 17 January 2019

Doing a 30-minute HIIT workout just three times a week could make you measurably fitter and healthier in only a few weeks. Dr Ben Kelly, Nuffield Health’s Head of Preventative Medicine explains.

Updated: Thursday 17 January 2019

Your health isn’t just about the number on the scales. Here’s what having above average body fat percentage means for you, even if your BMI is normal.

Updated: Friday 7 December 2018

High blood pressure and cholesterol levels are a clear and present danger to your heart health. But there’s a super food that can turn the tide.

Updated: Monday 9 October 2017

A high cholesterol rating means you should think carefully about what you eat, but it doesn’t mean all the fun has to go out of meal times.

Updated: Friday 25 November 2016

Dr Ben Kelly explains why the real key to burning fat lies in understanding how your muscles work.

Updated: Monday 8 August 2016

A high blood glucose level (which may also be referred to as a high blood sugar level) can be actively controlled through exercise.

Updated: Friday 10 June 2016

Blood glucose levels can be improved by changing your diet. Here are five tips to get you started.