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.
Kate Hagan Major study finds commonly used dietary supplements do not extend the life of older women.
Rachel Clun There's no denying it – Beyonce looked smoking hot in her Grammy Awards performance with husband Jay-Z last month.
Dr Max Pemberton Why we tend to forget everything we know about biology, physiology and nutrition at the start of the year.
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.
Paula Goodyer Some white breads come with added fibre and nutrients - but are they as good as wholegrain?
Paula Goodyer Should you take a daily multivitamin pill? There's no easy answer to this, partly because results of research into multivitamin pros and cons are so conflicting, and partly because it depends on who...
Waste of money?
Paula Goodyer Are multivitamins a way to plug nutritional gaps - or a waste of money?
Kathleen Alleaume Juices and smoothies are equally fashionable within the cleanse culture, yet each has distinct advantages and drawbacks.
Cassy Small A long term study recently online in the June JAMA Internal Medicine has revealed that those who follow a vegetarian diet can enjoy an almost 12 per cent lower mortality rate than their meat loving...
Siobhan Moylan Coffee, eggs, salt, oil. One week they are good for you, the next they're not. So what's the real deal?
Amanda Sheppeard and David Brill The procedures GPs accept - and avoid.
Sarah Berry People are throwing out the baby with the bathwater when they avoid fruit in their diets.
Cassy Small Forget robots and hover boards, the future is far more sophisticated than Hollywood predicted and will transform the way we look at health and fitness in the future.
Melissa Shedden Want an extra boost in the bedroom? Load up your trolley with these all-natural aphrodisiacs.
Cassy Small Do you work so hard before your holidays that you end up falling in a heap within the first couple of days?
Sarah Berry I'm on the phone with 64-year-old Janette Murray-Wakelin while she is running. Road trains thunder by in the background and the reception is dodgy, but she doesn't sound out of breath.