Food & Nutrition

All of our food and nutrition articles have been published by our in-house team. Our most popular guides are related to finding healthy foods in UK supermarkets.

Glutathione | Everything you Need To Know When Supplementing

By IMo | February 22, 2022 | 0 Comments

Did you know that Glutathione is a fantastic hangover cure? I didn’t either. Most other people use it to support their bodies as they age, or from wear and tear from impact sports. I heard about Glutathione first on the Joe Rogan podcast – he referenced that it was part of his supplement game and that it should be taken…

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African Coffee Beans: Our Full Guide with Tasting Notes

By IMo | February 18, 2022 | 0 Comments

African Coffee beans, in our opinion, are overlooked in the grand scheme of things. While South America and the Caribbean take a lot of the credit, African Coffee is among the most varied and quality on the planet. Or at least we could be biased. Regardless, finding the right coffee beans from the right country is a little bit tricky…

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Are Marmite rice cakes healthy?

By Finn H | February 11, 2022 | 0 Comments

When we saw Marmite rice cakes in our local supermarket, we weren’t surprised to see that they were flying off the shelves. On their own, both marmite and rice cakes have been touted as health foods in some corners of the internet. The healthy amount of Vitamin B12 in Marmite is what makes the spread healthy, whereas it’s the low-calorie…

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Is non-alcoholic Guinness good for you?

By Finn H | February 10, 2022 | 14 Comments

Guinness is one of the most popular alcoholic drinks in the world, and although no alcoholic drink could ever truly be described as “healthy”, there has long been debate surrounding the health benefits of a pint of Guinness. These apparent benefits include the supposed high iron content, the low-calorie count per pint, and even the ability to prevent heart clots….

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Is the Pret Coffee Subscription Worth it?

By IMo | February 7, 2022 | 0 Comments

While you could get yourself a local, craft coffee, the queues can be ridiculous and a coffee every day catches up to you. Pret is the ideal place to drop in and grab a great coffee at a decent price – plus there is one on every corner (especially in London). The decision was made (by an annoyed, tired, caffeine-deprived…

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Which Country has the Best Coffee in Africa?

By IMo | February 4, 2022 | 0 Comments

There is hot, hot, hot debate about which African country produces the best coffee – but we’re not (too) interested in which is the best because each country offers a wealth of variety. What we plan to do is help you understand what each Coffee rich African country offers, and which is best for you. Your tastes… and for your…

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Quorn making you bloated? This is what you can do about it

By Finn H | January 29, 2022 | 1 Comment

We’ve noticed online that there are lots of people talking about how Quorn has made them feel quite bloated after eating. We found threads on Quora, Reddit, and on some running forums about this very issue. And to be honest, it is something we have experienced and have dealt with. So we thought we’d publish a post about why Quorn…

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Kefir in coffee – we tried it so you don’t have to

By Finn H | January 27, 2022 | 0 Comments

Once upon a time, Kefir could only be found at the far ends of the dairy aisles in pricey, slightly strange health shops. But nowadays, kefir is becoming more and more mainstream, and you can find lots of great kefir available to buy. You’ll find it on the shelves of most large supermarkets, which is quite remarkable really given that…

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Can taking Cod Liver Oil help to reduce acne?

By Finn H | January 27, 2022 | 0 Comments

Acne is a strange and mysterious skin condition. Despite dermatologists studying the condition for decades, there remains a distinct lack of concrete advice about what to do if you want to reduce your acne. Skincare companies will be quick to tell you that the surefire way to treat acne is with a cream or lotion, whereas some health professionals remain…

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Best products to buy for travelling in 2022

By Finn H | January 26, 2022 | 0 Comments

After the last couple of years we’ve all had, we’re all praying that 2022 will be the year of travel. However, given how long it has been since we’ve been able to travel properly, we’re sure that many of you need to refresh your travel kit and gagdets. That’s why we thought we’d round up a handful of the travel…

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Quorn vs meat – cheaper, healthier alternative?

By Finn H | January 21, 2022 | 0 Comments

We’ve spoken previously about how much we love Quorn, but for many staunch meat-eaters, the idea of swapping animal flesh for mycoprotein can seem a little…weird. Well, we’re here to convince you that swapping meat for Quorn is definitely something you should consider, especially if you’re looking for something cheaper, healthier, and, dare I say it, even tastier. We’ll be…

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The best Quorn products (in our unprofessional opinion)

By Finn H | January 21, 2022 | 0 Comments

Quorn is one of the most popular meat alternative brands in the UK, and since its launch in the mid 80s the brand has gone from strength to strength in terms of popularity and taste. We’re massive fans of the Quorn products and think that despite all of the new competition on the block, Quorn remains one of the best…

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The best Wagamama dishes

By Finn H | January 16, 2022 | 0 Comments

Wagamama has been in the UK since 1992, and despite plenty of competition on the high street, the chain restaurant has remained a popular choice with punters. The unique dishes are known and loved in the restaurant, and such was their demand that they produced a book with how to make Wagamama dishes at home. The variety of food choices…

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Best tasty treats to try for 2022

By Finn H | January 11, 2022 | 0 Comments

If you’re looking for a new tasty treat to get stuck into for 2022, look no further than this list. We’ve rounded up our favourite snacks, spreads and more for you to check out. Let’s get into it: ChicP – best for a healthy, planet-happy hummus Good hummus goes with just about everything, the only issue is finding good hummus….

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Floradix Review – Iron & Vitamin B Liquid Supplement

By IMo | December 29, 2021 | 0 Comments

An iron deficiency sucks. You feel tired all the time. It’s rough. Apparently, 23% of pregnant women and 14% of non-pregnant women have anaemia globally. So lots of people suffer from a lack of iron. While you could tailor your diet to get more iron in you – it’s easier for sure to take a supplement for two. Floradix is…

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Start 2022 right with these amazing healthy products & services

By Finn H | December 17, 2021 | 0 Comments

The last couple of years have been stressful for everyone, but we hope that 2022 will be the start of something better. There are loads of products and services out there which claim to be great for your health and wellness, but we wanted to round up a few of our favourites for you to give a shot. Let’s get…

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Review Time: Your Zooki Vitamin C (Liposomal)

By IMo | December 9, 2021 | 0 Comments

I freakin’ love a good morning orange. It’s zesty, fresh and jucy. Just does something to my mood. Especially in the summer – an orange, coffee and balcony is my jam. Just makes my day glow. In the winter my reason for eating an orange is to make sure I don’t always get the sniffles that I am always prone…

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I Tried a ‘Liposomal’ Mulitvitamin – Was it worth the extra pennies?

By IMo | December 7, 2021 | 0 Comments

Healthy and Nutrition is something I am quite passionate about. Everyday well-being, to me, is a small ritual that provides a little extra energy and confidence in my body. It’s like brushing your teeth… just for your insides. Always before the day and after a workout. Recently, there has been a new craze in the USA about a new type…

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7 Things to Know for Fibromyalgia Awareness Day – 12th of May

By IMo | May 12, 2021 | 0 Comments

Today, it is the 12th of May, and it is National Fibromyalgia Awareness Day. You guessed it: a day to shine a bright light on the condition and celebrate how much great work has been done over the years. Fibromyalgia (or Fibro) affects millions of people around the globe and is often misdiagnosed, mistreated or often ignored. Fibromyalgia is a…

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