Forget turmeric lattes and Fitbits – this year is all about brain supplements, tiger nut milk and tracking your own mindfulness
Today’s glasses, 450ml compared with 65ml 300 years ago, encourage consumption, Cambridge scientist tells Hay festival
Diet and detox marketing makes us feel bad about our holiday season excess. But most of the best advice is obvious and cheap
It’s not just non-sugar fizz. From low fat to exercise highs, it’s time to expose a few other pound-shedding myths
No one can agree on what it means – and that’s because the obsession with eating ‘clean’ is less about what you put into your body and more about how you sell those choices to your followers
Cancer, diabetes, heart disease, dandruff… can these things really be cured, or at least prevented, by what we eat?