Sarah Berry It turns out that there is good food for thought behind many so-called fad diets. In addition to this they are not as different as first appearances suggest.
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Paula Goodyer If the Americans, Brits and Canadians are allowed to eat hemp, why aren't we?
Susie Burrell As we learn more and more about nutrition, and the greater the number of "experts" out there publishing diet books inevitably leads to the propagation of new diet beliefs and trends, whether or not...
Sarah Berry We can all exercise our inner control freak by counting kilojoules. But at what cost?
Sarah Berry I do yoga "so I'm not an arsehole", says yoga trainer to the stars Cameron Shayne.
Sarah Berry Life's wake-up calls rarely come in welcome ways. But when they do come, they can be transformative in wonderful ways.
Rachel Clun There's no denying it – Beyonce looked smoking hot in her Grammy Awards performance with husband Jay-Z last month.
New year, new you - but how hard is it to embark on a radical health regimen? Three people put their bodies on the line.
Dr Max Pemberton Why we tend to forget everything we know about biology, physiology and nutrition at the start of the year.
Sarah Berry We power through our yoga, party at an equally accelerated pace and then furiously go on a fast. We want to have our activated almond nut mylk liquid cake and chew it at least 20 times.
Kathleen Alleaume Juices and smoothies are equally fashionable within the cleanse culture, yet each has distinct advantages and drawbacks.
Despite its benefits, the poses and the chanting can be too much of a stretch for some males.
Sarah Berry This year it's all been about the twerk. At least it has been according to the most searched exercise terms on Google.
Paula Goodyer We're used to the idea of getting a shot of energy from a drink spiked with caffeine - but how about a dose of tranquillity in a drink with a hit of calming chamomile?
Paula Goodyer After a tsunami of energy drinks, could relaxation drinks be the next wave?
There’s more disappointing news about multivitamins: Two major studies found popping the pills did not protect ageing men’s brains or help heart attack survivors.
Kathleen Alleaume The "alkaline" diet claims to whittle the waistline, curb inflammatory conditions and even cure cancer. Yet the evidence supporting any of these health claims is pretty slim.
So-called "fat-burning" supplements can cause liver damage, study finds.
MJ Angel Here are the top 10 superfoods we can expect to see gracing menus, supermarkets, health food stores and dinner tables.