It's time to take your Mac 'N' Cheese to the next level, with this simple twist, you can add chicken to make a delicious Mac 'N' Chicken Pot Pie.
We've all felt a bit peckish before bedtime, but you don't have to spend ages cooking something to get you through the night, as we show you 6 tasty midnight snack hacks that you can whip up in no time at all!
The research reveals both positive and negative changes in the eating habits of teenagers during lockdown.
No matter how many crunches you do, you’ll never achieve the flat stomach of your dreams if you’re eating the wrong foods.That’s because certain foods and beverages can bring on the dreaded post dinner bloat, making you feel all uncomfortable and fumbling to undo the button of your jeans.“I am not sure of the exact statistic but it would be my guess that virtually every woman you speak to will have some experience of a bloated belly,” explains Lisa Roukin from www.myrelationshipwithfood.com“And that bloated feeling – when you’re stomach feels stretched, puffy and uncomfortable – is no fun for anyone.”Stress and too much gas have a role to play in causing our stomachs to inflate, but the foods we’re eating can be a huge contributor to the post-lunch swell.But while we know some foods are guaranteed to leave you feeling bloated (we’re looking at you fizzy drinks), other bloat boosting foods might take you by surprise.So if you want to give Beyonce a run for her money in the flat tummy stakes, here are the foods you really need to swerve.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Salami, spinach and mushrooms: What to eat for good dental healthThe Jackson & Levine guide to life: ‘Success is so subjective’Is bacon about to get a whole lot healthier?
Got protein? These snacks have at least 10 grams to keep you full, fuelled, and satisfied until your next meal. You'll stave off hunger when you snack consciously with these wholesome bites.
Studies and speculations linking late night eating to weight gain have been circulating for years, but is it really the one way ticket to obesity it’s made out be? Well, yes and no. There are a number of contributing factors that could cause weight gain. Reaching for sugary drinks and unhealthy snacks between meals causes insulin levels to spike and has a knock-on effect on appetite.
Could breakfast be bad for our health? “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day,” say the experts. Instead Terence Kealey believes breakfast is a “dangerous meal” that could actually be as harmful to our health as smoking cigarettes.
You’ve bought the turkey and all the trimmings, and you’ve got the bubbly chilling in the fridge – so now it’s time to think about the table decor to match your impressive spread. Luckily, giving your dining room a Christmas makeover to wow your guests is easy. Here’s eight DIY ideas for every theme, from minimalist, to classic, to glitz and glamour… Rustic charm
The digestive system is a complex beast and even the smallest lifestyle, food or health changes can cause gut problems. Tummy troubles are among the most common health complaint, and even more so at Christmas, when we’re eating (and drinking!) more than usual.Why is it so easy to upset our tummy? "Our digestive tract is not just a tube” explains nutritionist Cassandra Burns. “It consists of several distinct parts, where different gastric processes occur and various cell types are being produced. All of these components have to be working in the right way to ensure good digestion”To avoid uncomfortable bloating, constipation and cramps this Christmas, give these digestion supplements a go. Does your body need extra support at Christmas time? Tweet us your thoughts @YahooStyleUKChristmas breakfast ideas – perfect for every family this Xmas DayGet your cosy on: Everything you need for the ultimate night in
Sleep deprivation is a terrible thing, with many annoying consequences – one of which is excessive amounts of eating. According to a study by King’s College London, a bad night’s sleep may cause you to consume more calories during the following day. Researchers combined the findings of many previous studies to conclude that sleep-deprived people consumed an average of 385 calories per day extra – equivalent to about four-and-a-half slices of bread.
“Instead of three large meals per day, which can be hard on your digestive system, smaller portions more often could be the way forward. The temptation to gobble your food may be overwhelming, but it’s much better for your gut to take things slow. “Eating quickly and not chewing your food properly can cause a build up of air that leads to too much gas in the intestine,” explains Lisa Roukin.
Last year research published in Heart revealed that dark chocolate could potentially lower instances of cardiovascular disease and strokes. Part of the reason that we love it so, is because chocolate triggers a series of reactions in the brain that gives us all the feels.