Being cooped up doesn’t mean we can’t keep active. London-based luxury fitness studio, Core Collective is launching an on-demand fitness video service ‘CCTV’, and it’s perfect for keeping fit during self-isolation.
Home-workouts are a great way to keep up with your training regime when you find yourself stuck indoors – and can be just as effective as an equipment-fuelled workout at the gym.
Protein-packed and easy to make, Julie Montagu’s beetroot, quinoa, black bean and flaxseed burgers make an excellent vegan dinner.
Dale Pinnock’s sesame soy salmon with vegetables and coconut rice is an Asian-fusion dish with serious filling power.
Boost your mood with this vitamin-packed dish. A super-filling yet light dinner, filled with lots of B vitamins, selenium, zinc and, of course, the ever-faithful omega 3.
This March, enjoy a week of wellness with leading nutritionist Rhiannon Lambert in one of the world’s most idyllic destinations.
Put your green thumb to good use with this reviving bowl of fresh goodness.
When making healthy desserts, avocados can be your best friend.
Fighting off an autumn cold? There’s no denying the effect wasabi can have on the respiratory system. Here, the flavours of salmon and wasabi are a perfect match
Grab a fork and pile up a plate – Madeline Shaw’s healthy pancakes are bursting with fresh flavour and nutritious ingredients.
This is a quick and healthy version of the takeaway favourite. No grease, just clean, fresh ingredients.
This fruity yoghurt ‘bark’ comes packed with feel-good health benefits.
These little sushi rolls turn cauliflower into ‘rice’, with added tahini, rice vinegar and sesame oil to give it the characteristic sushi flavours.
A private island resort in the Maldives has launched bespoke ‘Ayurveda Wellness Voyages’ for full holistic wellbeing in paradise.
Looking for a healthy snack to keep you going throughout the day? Reach for one of these power-packed energy balls.
This is a healthy and filling version of a gluten- and dairy-free pizza, with yeast flakes creating the cheesy flavour.
These spiced prawns are dairy, lactose, wheat and gluten-free, so they’re perfect if you’re after a healthy dish that’s still packed with flavour.
A member of the cabbage family, kohlrabi is a funny-looking vegetable. Don’t let this put you off – it’s very easy to prepare and will be a great addition to your diet.
This recipe is infused with flavours and ingredients from all over the world with mouth-watering results.
It’s no secret that I have a sweet tooth. Here’s one of my guilt-free ways to indulge – for under 350 calories and less than 3g sugar