6 Things You Need to Know about Food Labels

Look on the nutrition panel under sugar. 1 teaspoon of sugar is 4g, so if the product says it has 20g of sugar; it has five teaspoons of added sugar. The World Health Organisation recommends that adults eat no more than six teaspoons of sugar...

The Benefits of Having a Gym Partner

Although working out alone at the gym does provide you with great qualities including levels of focus and concentration, sometimes working out with a partner offers a number of great benefits as well. If you are someone who is lacking in motivation or a bit...

How to Travel and Eat Healthy

I stepped onto the scale, scrunched my face and turned away as the numbers changed and fear kicked in. All those extra large meals of pesto, pizza and chocolate desserts seemed like a good idea at the time. As the numbers came to a halt,...