What is a balanced diet?
Our experts offer advice on discovering your recommended daily amounts of various nutrients, how to serve perfect portions and which recipes to make to keep you happy and healthy.
A balanced diet for women
Find out exactly what a balanced diet looks like for women with our expert guide. We explain how much carbohydrate, protein and fat you should be eating and when.
A balanced diet for men
Discover what a balanced diet looks like for men. Our expert guide explains how you can eat a healthy diet that will keep you full around the clock.
A balanced diet for vegetarians
If you’re a vegetarian or just want to cut back on meat, make sure you’re getting all the nutrients you need with our guide to a healthy vegetarian diet.
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Healthy pregnancy diet
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A balanced diet for toddlers
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Healthy eating: What young children need
Is your child aged five or under? Find out everything they should be eating for a healthy, balanced diet that meets all of their needs.
Healthy eating: What schoolchildren need
Find out how to ensure children aged five to 13 get the nutrition they need – from all-important breakfast to healthy snacks – with our expert guide.
Healthy eating: What adolescents need
Find out what teenagers need in their diet to stay happy and healthy, plus top tips to encourage a positive relationship with food and manage comfort eating.
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