Ever wondered how a few changes to your daily diet can help your health? Or maybe you'd like to know the secrets of sugar-free baking? Read on to find the answers to your health hang-ups...
Confused about carb-loading? If you've heard the term but the concept still eludes you, sports nutritionist, James Collins explains how, when and why maximising fuel stores can greatly benefit your race performance...
Your marathon questions answered
From the benefits of beetroot juice to keeping cramps at bay - sports nutritionist, James Collins answers more of your commonly asked marathon nutrition questions...
Marathon meal plans
Worried about what to eat and when to run the week before a marathon? Sports nutritionist James Collins has advised Team GB on their Olympic nutrition and here provides advice and recipes for the seven days before your big race.
How to recover after your run
If you're training hard for an endurance race, getting your recovery right is vital for staving off muscle soreness and improving your performance. We asked sports nutritionist, James Collins some of your most commonly asked questions...
What to eat during your run
Keeping your energy up and establishing a solid fuelling strategy for long runs can be tricky. We asked sports nutritionist James Collins some of your most commonly asked questions...
What to eat before your run
When, what and why should you eat before lacing up your trainers and heading out the door? We posed some of your most commonly asked questions to sports nutritionist James Collins...
What to eat at the office
If your midweek munch isn't doing much for your energy levels, our nutritionist's tips will help keep the afternoon lull at bay.
How to stay hydrated
Staying fully hydrated can be a challenge, especially for those who are training hard for an event like a marathon. We asked sports nutritionist, James Collins some of your most commonly asked questions...
How to use grains
From brown rice to buckwheat - good-for-you grains are now widely available, but how do you put them to good use? Chrissy Freer, author of Supergrains, provides a handy guide...
Working mum? Here's how to start your day well...
Getting the children off to school and preparing for your own day means mornings can be hectic. Nutritional therapist, Kerry Torrens advises how to keep your energy up all day long...
Kerry's casebook: Help for heartburn
As a nutritional therapist, Kerry sees up to 15 clients each week. Here she explains how to beat uncomfortable heartburn and acid reflux, which in many cases can be eased by avoiding certain foods.
Eat like an athlete - Keri-Anne Payne
Marathon open water swimming star, Keri-Anne Payne knows how important it is to eat a balanced diet. Here she shares her tips for training, a passion for cooking and a love of American pancakes...
How to get a good night's sleep
Do you struggle to get a good night's rest? Kerry Torrens explains how a few diet changes can make all the difference...
Why isn't my low-fat diet working?
Kerry Torrens explains why some low-fat diets are high in sugar, and how the white stuff may be scuppering your weight-loss goals...
Stay healthy and happy
Fend off the winter blues by eating foods packed with the nutrients your body needs to make serotonin, the happy hormone.
How to eat for more energy
Are you struggling to get going in the morning or hitting a wall of fatigue in the afternoon? What and when you eat can have a profound effect on your energy levels...