Happy heart, healthy body: Not all foods are equal when it comes to good heart health. Here’s what you should be eating – and avoiding.
Use these amazing tips to improve your home’s indoor air quality as the temperature drops and winter approaches.
The school holidays tend to be taxing. Here’s how you can ensure that at least snacking is healthy and easy going.
During fasting, meal schedules, fluid intake, and sleep and wake times are altered. The Ramadan cornerstone is to practice mindfulness.
Start your year and morning off right. This overnight-style baked blueberry oats breakfast is crunchy, healthy and really tasty.
Start your day with something colourful, tasty and packed with all of your required nutrients. Start your year with this low-carb Fontina frittata.
Cooking is often much easier than we think. Our Beef mince stuffed roasted tomatoes are ready within 30 minutes and super tasty.
South Africans across the country will be celebrating National Kidney Awareness Week. Here’s how you can take care of yours.
When you want something light and healthy, a fresh broccoli and pepper salad will do the trick just nicely. Pack your lunch in 5 minutes every day.
The third instalment of the Plate of The Nation report is to understand the eating habits of South Africans amid food price hikes.
Michele Carelse, Feelgood Health Founder and CEO shares these six tips for how to improve indoor air quality in the cold winter months ahead.
The Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Hospital is reportedly running out of food and has been without bread since October last year.
Stay out of the rain and keep warm indoors with your loved ones. Our comforting spicy butternut soup is where the party is at. Enjoy movie night!
While many of us were packing on the kilos during the global lockdown, these celebs were hitting the gym and transforming themselves.
Goodbye overeating!: Consuming these foods will supress your appetite and help you kick those pesky cravings to the curb.
Noodles are quick and easy to prepare, but eating them in abundance can also have potentially life-threatening health implications…
September is Heart Awareness Month and there is no better way to spend it than by eating foods that will keep your heart healthy and your body happy!
Gone are the days when skinny meant fit and fat meant unhealthy. According to researchers, one can be both fat and fit by simply moving more!
It seems that the Manchester United players are skipping their Friday night dessert in a bid to impress Cristiano Ronaldo.
For those long & hot days in South Africa, having a light Broccoli Salad will keep you fed and taste great, making every day better than before.
Perfect for an evening snack, braai or lunchbox, Healthy Potato chips are fun to make and always delicious and crispy.
It’s winter in South Africa and can you guess what we love to eat during the cold evenings? It’s a bowl of warm, comforting soup. Try our Creamy Butternut Soup this winter.
While one might think that drinking orange juice is a vitamin C boost, a study found that some SA brands contain very little of the vitamin and have a sugar content matching that of Coke.
A new study found South Africa to be ‘unhealthiest country’ in the world, after scoring poorly for life expectancy and rates of premature death.
Sugar gives us energy and keeps us sweet — at least that what we’ve always thought.