'Healthy' vitamins to avoid if you're ill | UPDATED: 19:24 GMT, 17 September 2012 Are you one of the many who has a pot of vitamins by the kettle or in the bathroom that you vow to take every day — but don’t There may be no need to feel guilty after all.
Are they bad for cholesterol and how many can I have: Unscrambling the truth about eggs | UPDATED: 02:28 GMT, 7 August 2012 Once demonised as bad for the heart, eggs have been repositioned as a health food in recent years as researchers have found that not only are they good for hearts, but can even help you to lose weight.
The great cereal scandal: One of Britain’s leading consumer experts reveals the shocking truth about sugary breakfast cereals By Joanna Blythman Last updated at 11:58 PM on 27th February 2012 The food industry’s biggest con trick is one you’re probably falling for every day of the week.
Use a red plate to lose a bit of weight: People who eat off them cut their food intake by 40% Eating from a red plate could help dieters lose weight, scientists claim. Serving up meals on red plates or drinking from red cups cuts consumption by about 40 per cent, according to one study carried out by German and Swiss academics. Researchers say the colour red may encourage diners to avoid snacking because it is commonly associated with the idea of ‘danger, prohibition and stop’.