Keep your gut happy
Eating well is key. Make sure you get enough fibre and keep tabs on the amount of sugar and fat in your diet. Keeping hydrated by taking in enough water is also really important.
Your gut plays the vital role of absorbing nutrients from food you put in your mouth, before carrying what you don’t need through to the other end. How much do you know about what you’re feeding it though? Take our quiz to find out!
Coping with common problems
Mindless eating is an easy habit to pick up. But why not learn to concentrate on food? It could help your digestion and have mental health benefits too. Pablo Vandenabeele shares eight tips to help you get the most out of meals and your interactions with food and drink.
If you’re affected by a particular food intolerance, allergy or condition that affects what you can eat, you’ll need to follow your doctor’s advice about the healthiest diet for you. It may be different to the general healthy eating guidelines for everyone.
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