Diet & Health
Sunshine and warmer temperatures can only mean one thing in the UK - barbecues! But it needn’t mean sacrificing a healthy lifestyle – in fact, provided you’re cutting out the molten cheese and bread, it can be one of the most nutritious ways to eat. Let’s take a look at a handful of healthy barbecue recipes.
Most of us relish a spell of sunshine. It’s a chance to apply a dollop of factor-15 and head out into the garden for a barbeque. With that said, there is such a thing as too much heat! When muggy weather turns your bedroom into a sauna, getting to sleep can be a challenge. Similarly, if you’re out and about, dehydration, heat exhaustion and heatstroke all pose a threat. Children are at particular risk, which is why keeping kids cool during a heat-wave is so important.
Here’s five tips that’ll make keeping cool in a heat wave straightforward - both in the home and out of it.
Spring is within touching distance now and I for one am glad to be making it out the other side. Once the joy of Christmas and New Year is gone and we’re into the depths of winter it can be really hard to keep to any resolutions you’ve set - particularly when it comes to being healthy and losing or maintaining your happy weight. I mean how hard is it to choose the gym over a Shepherd’s Pie and the Winter Olympics right now?
So here are some tips on how to keep on track and achieve your goals, whatever the weather and no matter how you feel.
First - make sure your goals are realistic and achievable - Rome wasn’t built in a day!