Updated: Thursday 3 September 2020

Food is an energy source. Used well, it will maintain a steady energy level throughout the day, used badly and your energy levels will peak and trough, along with your ability to function properly. Our expert tips will help you get the most out of your diet to feel great every day.

Updated: Thursday 3 September 2020

Roasted chickpeas are a great snack for slow-release energy to help you feel fuller for longer. Nutritional Therapist Mary Cotter dishes out the recipe.

Updated: Thursday 3 September 2020

If you're in need of an energy boost that will last, these protein-packed energy balls are just the thing. Nutritional Therapist Mary Cotter provides this simple and delicious recipe.

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: Friday 25 October 2019

Health and Halloween don’t usually go hand in hand. We know how tricky it can be to escape the influx of sugary snacks this time of year. So why not get the family together to bake these delicious yet nutritious pumpkin oat biscuits?

Updated: Thursday 15 August 2019

What is so great about oats? Nuffield Health Nutritional Therapist Jessica Andersson explains their superpowers and why they're the best start to the day.

Updated: Friday 14 December 2018

Finding the right things to eat as part of a balanced, enriching diet is a daily struggle for millions. In our hectic lives we seldom stop to think about what the best choices are when it comes to meals.

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: Tuesday 11 September 2018

If you struggle with high blood pressure, it might feel like the things you shouldn’t eat outnumber the ones you should. These quick tips from our Nutritional Therapist Jessica Andersson will help you to make good choices when hunger strikes.

Updated: Wednesday 16 May 2018

Living the busy lives that we do it can be hard to keep track of the food that we eat. Snacking is a quick fix for when we’re on the go and can be a good way to maintain our blood sugar levels, but it can also lead to unhealthy eating and weight gain.

Updated: Thursday 7 December 2017

Popcorn is a great source of wholegrain, antioxidants and fibre. Nutritional Therapist Mary Cotter explains why adding coconut makes this simple recipe even better.