With party season in full swing, some of us may be drinking slightly more than we’re used to and likely teetering over the 14 units per week mark. With a whole host of different drinks and glass sizes, from shots to pints – and don’t get us started on bottles – it’s easy to getRead More About What’s in your tipple?
Tis’ the season for festivities, feasting, and fresh produce! Though fresh produce is limited at this time of year, we’re not falling completely short in the freshness department. Keep reading to discover the freshest (and cheapest!) ingredients to add to your shopping lists and Christmas dinner. Brussel sprouts Love them or hate them, it’s sproutRead More About What’s in season this December
‘Getting my steps in’ is a phrase heard all too often these days, and you’ve likely became accustomed to seeing your colleague or family member pacing up and down the room to get those so-called steps in. But, what is the obsession with steps? Why does it always have to be the lucky number 10,000?Read More About Is walking enough exercise?
We’re willing to bet that you didn’t know adults should only be consuming no more than 6g of salt a day (that’s around 1 level teaspoon). It’s an easy assumption for us to make as research has now revealed that, on average, adults in England consume an eyewatering 8.4g a day – 40% above theRead More About Are you eating too much salt?
Festive-themed drinks have officially landed in coffee shops as plenty of caffeine enthusiasts will be scurrying to try them to get into the Christmas spirit, although they may be in for a shock when they discover how much sugar they’re sipping. A ‘coffee and a catch-up’ has been a staple in people’s social lives forRead More About Are you drinking away your daily sugar intake?
A recent NHS-backed project study has made headlines after revealing over a quarter of over-20s in the UK have high cholesterol, blamed on the reliance on food delivery apps and the rise of ‘Deliveroo lifestyles’. Cholesterol is a fatty substance that is vital for normal functioning of the body. However, too much cholesterol can causeRead More About Cut your cholesterol levels with these top tips
With just 24 hours to go until the Festival of Lights, we at Everyone Health are wondering what’s going to be served on the table over the next 5 days. Celebrated by Hindus, Sikhs and Jains worldwide, Diwali is one of the most significant festivals in Indian culture and calls for a number of traditionalRead More About What food are people eating this Diwali?
A new survey by British Nutrition Foundation has revealed that half of Britons are unaware of the UK’s Government guidelines for vitamin D supplements. Given as most of us aren’t getting as much sun exposure as we need currently (hello winter), many of us are falling short in vitamin D (with the main source ofRead More About The vitamin everyone in the UK should consider taking
Feel that chill in the air? Winter is coming. Luckily for us though, there is still an array of fresh fruit and veg in season that we can throw into our dishes to banish the cold winter blues. Keep reading to discover the freshest (and cheapest!) ingredients to add to your shopping lists this November.Read More About What’s in season this November
Taking part in Stoptober this year? Congratulations! You have now made it to 28 days smokefree and are officially 5 times more likely to quit for good. When you stop smoking, good things start to happen – you will begin to see almost immediate improvements to your health, but have you ever wondered what reallyRead More About How stopping smoking for just 28 days can improve your health