Sarah Berry

Sarah Berry

Sarah Berry is a Life & Style reporter.

Wellbeing

What you eat for lunch can make or break your afternoon

Sarah Berry It's lunchtime and you're tossing up what to eat. You know that a protein-packed salad or a tuna and hummus and veggie wholemeal wrap are smart options, but Subway or a vending machine sandwich with...

Conscious consumers: How to have happier meals by eating ethically

Food for thought: Green eating.

Sarah Berry Breatharians unite, let's SAVE THE SALAD, because the ethics of eating plants have been called into question.

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Five ways to prevent burnout and find work balance

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Sarah Berry Most of us struggle to find the work-life sweet spot.

Does reheating pasta make it healthier?

Pasta perfection: Reheat to reap the benefits?

Sarah Berry A test on BBC's Trust Me, I'm a Doctor has found that reheating pasta makes it healthier and may even help us to lose weight.

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Why Richard Branson beefs about giving up meat

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Sarah Berry "More and more people recognise that conventional meat production can have truly devastating environmental impacts."

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Health benefits

Coffee loves your liver, study finds

Coffee: Liver-loving brew?

Sarah Berry In news that will have coffee lovers reaching for a cup, a new study has found that our beloved brew may help to protect our livers.

Sunscreen exposed: the quandary about covering up

Protect yourself: there is heat in the sunscreen debate.

Sarah Berry 'Tis the delicious season of sea, salt and sunshine, but it comes with a harsh bite.

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Bachelor Blake Garvey is dating contestant Louise Pillidge after dumping Sam Frost, New Idea reports

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Sarah Berry He spoke of having his heart broken after having to say goodbye to "many, many incredible women – all of them, now".

The female orgasm as you know it does not exist

The female orgasm: not as we know it?

Sarah Berry The vaginal orgasm does not and cannot exist.

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Fermenting is the new food trend

Top trend: fermented foods.

Sarah Berry We are seeing a surge in popularity of this ancient food practice. This is why.

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Naomi Wolf slammed for 'unhinged conspiracy theories'

Under fire: Naomi Wolf is standing by what she wrote.

Sarah Berry Bestselling author Naomi Wolf has hit back at claims she is advancing ''unhinged conspiracy theories" after she questioned whether the recent videos of beheadings by Islamic State militants were real.

Facial symmetry does not make for better health

Sarah Berry Facial symmetry is not just a marker of beauty, but of health as well. Or is it?

Smoking, obesity still the top causes of cancer

Staying physically strong: Green vegetables and exercise.

Sarah Berry Half of the men and one third of women in Australia will be diagnosed with cancer by the age of 85. If this statistic wasn't sobering enough, much of it is preventable.

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High-class prostitute Amanda Goff happy and unrepentant over Samantha X book scandal

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Sarah Berry "I'm probably the most boring woman in the world." This is what Amanda Goff says of herself.

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Earth, wind and fire: Ayurveda for 'perfect' health?

Ayurveda: finding your own unique balance.

Sarah Berry I've heard the word 'Ayurveda' bandied around for several years now.

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Cereal offender: is it time to bin breakfast cereal?

Cereal: is it good or bad for us?

Sarah Berry Cereal is no longer the breakfast of champions.

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Burn calories at your computer

Active work: work out at work.

Sarah Berry Active workstations offer a way to be sedentary less and burn calories more.

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'At least now I can wear heels'

'At least now I can wear heels': Caroline Wozniacki walks tall after Rory McIlroy split

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Sarah Berry She has said she could never hate her former fiance, but Caroline Wozniacki isn't exactly thrilled with him either.

Can we train our brains to sparkle for brussel sprouts like they do for cupcakes?

Sparkle-brain: the brain 'hyperactivates' at the thought of kilojoule-rich foods.

Sarah Berry Cupcakes make our brains sparkle. Seriously. But can we teach them to do the dopamine dance for brussel sprouts instead?

The best diet is the one you stick to, study says

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Sarah Berry Every year, nutrition experts battle it out to determine the 'best and worst' diets.

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