Healthy eating

Find out information about eating healthily, making changes to your diet to benefit your health and a range of top tips.

Click through our guides below to find out more about ways you can improve your diet, the importance of a balanced diet as we get older and some top tips.

Healthy eating and nutrition

Eating healthily is important for all of us no matter what stage of life we’re in, however ensuring you have plenty of nutritious foods in your diet throughout later life will help you stay active and healthy for longer.

Top tips for eating well on a budget

Think you can’t eat healthily on a budget? Think again! We’ve listed the top tips for how you can make the most of your money and eat well on a budget.

Tips to improve nutrition in older people

Older people are more susceptible to malnutrition which is why it's important to ensure we all eat a varied and balanced diet. We list some ways to help improve nutrition in older people.

Creating a healthy and balanced diet

Ensuring that you eat a healthy and balanced diet is good for you and you should always try to eat a wide variety of foods to get enough essential vitamins and minerals. We’ve listed some ideas for ways to help you eat well and develop a nutritious diet for yourself.

Stuck in a food rut? 7 tips to help you out of it

Thinking about changing your diet, but don’t know where to start? Maybe you’re feeling bored of cooking the same kinds of foods? Or perhaps you look in your cupboard and fridge and just have no idea what to cook. If this sounds like you, we’ve listed some ideas to help you out of your food rut and make food exciting again.

I don’t think I like healthy food, what can I eat? 6 tips for overhauling your diet

It’s really important to eat a varied diet. Our bodies need to be fuelled with foods which offer different nutrients and vitamins, but what happens if you think you don’t like healthy foods? Check out our top six tips to help you overhaul your diet.

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