Health experts say the human body’s built-in detoxification system, which includes the skin, lungs, liver and digestive tract, is all we need.
- by Cara Rosenbloom
The idea of a night garden goes back to the very earliest gardens designed to wash away the heat of the day through glowing flowers and the sound of water.
- by Robin Powell
A deadlift can be the most dangerous exercise commonly performed in the gym. Here’s a physiotherapist’s guide to nailing the technique.
- by Luke Pickett
Forget fancy supplements. The science says vitality is down to exercise, diet, naps – and coffee.
- by Caroline Williams
When a French weight-loss “secret” made its way into Netflix series Emily In Paris, viewers were shown a side of French eating culture the English-speaking world doesn’t normally see.
- by Sophie Aubrey
Victoria’s gyms were hoping for their usual new-year’s rush, but the rapid spread of coronavirus has put many fitness plans on hold.
- by Gianni Francis
From micro and HIRT workouts, “fake” fish and “dairy” milk without the cow, here’s how we’ll be eating and exercising in the year ahead.
- by Paula Goodyer
Twenty minutes on an electronic muscle stimulation machine promises to give you the same results as several hours spent sweating in the gym. But is it all it’s cracked up to be?
- by Sarah Berry
Improved muscle strength, heightened concentration and increased energy levels are just some things you’ll notice days after quitting booze, meat and sugar.
- by Boudicca Fox-Leonard