56 articles in Health & Wellbeing
14th November is World Diabetes Day, so Commercial Nutritionist Mark Gilbert explains what this means, and how weight loss can be an important factor in preventing Type-2 diabetes.
When we made our New Year’s resolutions at the start of this year, none of us could have predicted what 2020 would bring.With everything going on, we've put together some helpful advice to keep you on the right track.
One of the most common but controversial topics in the dieting world is metabolism. Our Nutritionist, Mark Gilbert, discusses the research surrounding the question; is fixing your metabolism the secret to sustainable weight loss?
20th October marks World Osteoporosis Day, so we’ve explored what this means, and the importance of nutrition in preventing this disease.
Every year, 29th September marks World Heart Day. With the help of Mark, our Commercial Nutritionist, we discuss what this means, and how to keep a healthy heart.
Mediterranean diet has been a popular keyword recently. So, with the help of Commercial Nutritionist Mark Gilbert, we've explored exactly what is a Mediterranean Diet, and is it really best?
The 1:1 Diet has found 3.3 million UK adults in the UK have piled on more than a stone during the crisis
We’ve put our products and one-to-one support to the test, and the results speak for themselves. Tens of thousands of dieters have achieved incredible results using our Plan, and now the NHS is also officially endorsing the health benefits of a low-calorie diet.
Since lockdown, many of us have taken more notice of our health and wellness. In fact, internet searches for the term ‘wellness’ have gone through the roof! So, what is wellness and why is it important?
Mark Gilbert talks about programmes and news articles that discuss how quickly diets can work and how much weight can be lost, such as, 'how to lose weight in 21 days' or 'lose one stone.'
Just because a product contains a variety of ingredients, which may have obscure names, doesn't mean you should give it the cold shoulder!
Research suggests that as your BMI increases, so does your risk of having severe symptoms of coronavirus. So, what is BMI and how can we reduce it and our risk?
Our Commercial Nutritionist Mark shares his top tips to help maintain full body health and reveals the food you should be eating.
Almost half of Brits (47%) say they have put on weight since lockdown began in March. We’ve explored why and how one dieter saw this as an opportunity.
Walking is a near perfect exercise that can be enjoyed by almost everybody and can be performed almost anywhere. You do not need any special equipment, and best of all it is free!
For many, Ramadan begins on 23rd April for one month and the aim is to instil discipline within ourselves. Quite often we put too much emphasis on food in Ramadan, when in fact the whole purpose of Ramadan is to be humble and be grateful for what we have. Do not use Ramadan as an excuse to go off Plan – stay focused!
Our Commercial Nutritionist, Mark Gilbert, looks at the link between obesity and coronavirus, particularly in men.