Daily Life

Sarah Berry

Lifestyle Health Editor

Why the eat less, move more message doesn't work: Michael Mosley

What Michael Mosley has learnt since the 5:2 diet

It's a distinctly unsexy message to move more, eat less and eat your greens. But, break most research about health, nutrition and exercise down to its simplest form and that tends to be the message you'll find.

Experts claim eating fruit regularly makes you 10 per cent less likely to be obese.

Fat chance fruit makes you fat, study says

 Fruit has come off the menu for many in the rush to avoid sugar but let's not throw the baby out with the bathwater, advise the authors of a new study exploring the relationship between nutrition and obesity.

Taking a revealing look at yourself.

How I got the body I always wanted

I've had every kind of relationship with my body - well, mostly the kind that didn't work out - I didn't really appreciate who I was paired with so I sabotaged it and treated it with disrespects.

Push-upsare a stretch contraction exercise.

The 'protective' message in sore muscles

When we try out a new exercise or push ourselves hard, we know that we will  tire our muscles, creating create tiny tears in the fibres, and we are going to feel sore later on.