Skip navigation
Find your personal diet Consultant today! Find a Consultant


59 articles in Health & Wellbeing

Walking trainers

Why Walking Is Great for Your Health

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!


Staying on track during Ramadan

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!

Mark Gilbert Nutritionist looks at the link between obesity and Coronavirus

Coronavirus - healthy diet, healthy outlook

Our Commercial Nutritionist, Mark Gilbert, looks at the link between obesity and coronavirus, particularly in men.

How to start your day right

How to start your day right

Your morning sets you and your mood up for the day ahead. Here’s our guide on how to start your day feeling happy, positive and ready to take on the world!

Mark Gilbert Commercial Nutritionist

Coronavirus Q & A with Commercial Nutritionist Mark Gilbert

We’ve sat down with our Commercial Nutritionist Mark Gilbert to help answer some of the questions relating to Coronavirus

Jade Pearce workout demos

Sofa Workout You Can Do During Ad Breaks!

Struggling to tear yourself away from your latest Netflix obsession but want to exercise, carry on watching and work out from home? Well now you can with these moves...

World Kidney Day

World Kidney Day: Keeping your kidneys healthy

It may not be on your calendar that 12th March is World Kidney Day, but we thought this would be a perfect opportunity to talk about these brilliant little organs and how diet is crucial to keeping them healthy.

Aby dingle weight loss before and after

Aby loses six-and-a-half stone for dream wedding

Bride-to-be Aby Dingle feared she wouldn’t be able to walk down the aisle. Now, having lost an impressive six and a half stone, she has celebrated her dream wedding, and has gone on to inspire others on their journey to self-confidence, as a Consultant for The 1:1 Diet by Cambridge Weight Plan.

Beth and Bex before and after

Dynamic duo Beth and Bex turn their lives around

Couple rediscover their love of health and fitness after following The 1:1 Diet.

John Peate weight-loss before and after

John loses ten and a half stone following life changing accident

John Peate turned his health around with The 1:1 Diet by Cambridge Weight Plan after motorbike injuries led to weight gain.

Aileen Gray before and after

Tram ticket inspector no longer needs to wear men’s uniform

Aileen Gray is celebrating her five stone weight loss and new found confidence

Laila Rouass down 1 stone 1 pounds

Kick starting Laila’s confidence

Actress Laila Rouass explains why she turned to The 1:1 Diet by the Cambridge Weight Plan to help her feel confident about herself again

top dieter pitfalls

Diet-beat-ease: Diabetes day alarm for 20m UK men

20 million British men unaware that obesity is a leading cause of type 2 diabetes according to new study

One Leap for Man Research Infographic

Male obesity in UK fuelled by fat-shaming

Over a third (32%) of the UK’s male population try to keep it a secret that they’re on a diet, according to new survey*. 


30 day plank challenge

The Plank – A simple, yet effective way to work your core (‘abs’). This ‘Challenge’ will transform the muscles of your midsection in 30 days!


The best fruits for weight loss

Once you hit Step 3, quite a few options open up and you can really put together a great daily menu that delivers maximum health, flavour and slimness. Part of this includes fruit!


Benefits of drinking water and staying hydrated

Why so much water? It helps with weight loss, hunger, metabolising and eliminating body fat and the nasty toxins that are stored in it.


Battle of the Sweeteners – are some sugar substitutes better than others?

This study shows that sucralose (the low-calorie sweetener we use) results in better change in body weight, as compared to aspartame, saccharin and stevia extract. Read about the sugar substitute battle here!