I can’t express how much I hate running (and rain). As far as I’m
concerned it’s the devil’s exercise – I’m still haunted by the schoolgirl
memory of running 400m, then throwing up at my PE teacher’s feet.
Tina risks getting her face wet in
the hope it will do something spectacular to her body…
no mermaid. At the school swimming gala I was always the one having to start in
the pool because I couldn't dive in. An underwater wardrobe malfunction aged 14
(in front of the boys – of course!) didn’t help my confidence, but I’ve moved
on. And since a friend taught me how to swim the breast stroke correctly, I'm
not averse to getting my face wet, just so long as I can still touch the
Diet is a
four-letter word that often spells failure. In the November issue of Healthy
Food Guide, our experts explain how you can lose weight for good by breaking
free of the vicious cycle of deprivation and disappointment caused by fad diets.
weight loss is all about creating healthy relationships with food and your
body. We asked nutritionist Zoe Wilson for her top tips for healthy eating…
HFG we love finding ways to make our favourite dishes healthier. From
satisfying pies to decadent desserts, we believe that with a bit of nutritional
tinkering most culinary treats can be enjoyed as part of a balanced diet.
our November issue, we put the spotlight on fruit crumbles and our chefs
surpassed themselves when experimenting with healthier fillings and toppings. In
fact, they managed to concoct so many delicious variations there wasn’t enough
room for all of them in the magazine. But we didn’t want you to miss out, so we
thought we’d share the leftovers with you here. A serving of either crumble contains
one of your 5-a-day and is low in saturates and salt.