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Go Bananas for Plantain This New Year

The New Year is the time when many Resolve to find exciting but healthy alternatives to our culinary guilty pleasures.  Well, Lisa Roukin, the successful chef and author of cookbook ‘My Relationship with Food’, has developed some fantastic grain and gluten free recipes filled with fantastic health benefits using a super Banana known as the Plantain.

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Five top tips to eat well for less in the New Year

With the festive season over, many of us all over the country are looking to the New Year as the perfect time to make a difference in our lives. Some will it be resolving to eat better, while others will look to make taking better care of their finances their main New Year’s Resolution.

The New Year’s Resolutions Show spoke to Ewen Crilley, Hospitality Operations Trainer at the University of Derby, who thinks that if you making it your mission to be both healthy and save money in the New Year, you should forget crash diets and costly weight-loss products, but instead follow a few simple steps that will enable you to eat well without burning a hole in your pocket.

Make Fitness a Pizza-Cake with MuscleFood

The New Year's Resolution Show went to Leisure Industry Week in Birmingham and interviewed MuscleFood about their new Pizza range. MuscleFood are a provider of premium nutrition products, aimed at athletes, body-builders and sports enthusiasts.

Get Fighting Fit with Jennifer Metcalfe

The New Year is a time when many Resolve to take up exercise, with hitting the gym or losing a few pounds exercising at home being one of the most common New Year’s Resolutions. The New Year’s Resolutions Show spoke to Former Hollyoaks star and LighterLife Fast ambassador Jennifer Metcalfe about her top tips for getting, and staying, in shape.  

Top Tips to Beat the New Year Bloat

We all look to make a healthy start to our eating regimen in the New Year, but often the festive period has left us tired and bloated. Here are 5 top tips to ‘Beat the Bloat’.

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Men the Biggest Losers in New Years Diet Wars

Guys - if you’re tempted to ditch your New Year’s weight loss regime on January 15th (the day tipped as the most likely that people will fall off the diet wagon) – don’t – as a recent poll by Nutracheck shows that men rather than women have greater success in achieving their weight loss objectives, making men the biggest losers.

Sixteen Spells End Of Sport For Half Of Women

With many of the nation’s women making their New Year’s Resolution to increase their physical activity, it could be that the route of the problem lies in women feeling excluded from sport at a young age. Sweet sixteen spells the end of sport for more than half of teenage girls, a study has found. Losing interest, a lack of time and feeling like they weren’t good enough means 53 per cent of girls give up sport once they finish school and compulsory PE lessons.

Declare War on Your Weight with BMF

The New Year's Resolution Show went to Leisure Industry Week in Birmingham and interviewed British Military Fitness. British Military Fitness began as an alternative form of group fitness training to gyms, with the idea to get people of all fitness abilities outdoors training in parks, and give everyone a fun and effective form of training using the highly professional skills learnt in the military

Key Fitness Trends for This New Year

The world of fitness is always changing, and last year was one of crazy innovation across the fitness industry.  Perhaps nothing defined last year more than Pokémon GO (more on that later!), except maybe the Mannequin Challenge or the unstoppable rise of the “Dab”?

For gym-goers, there has been no shortage of new technology that has revolutionised the way we keep fit. Now, with the New Year upon us, we’re certain that things will continue to develop in the coming 12 months.

Don't Be Clueless About Your Health This New Year

While many think of New Year’s Resolutions in grand terms, you don’t need to join a gym or completely overhaul your diet to make a significant change. A new study has shown that many Britons are completely clueless about the subject – with more than half admitting they don’t know what their own blood group is.

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