• When is the right time to take your vitamins?

    Did you know that your body will absorb vitamins differently depending on what time you take them? If you don't take vitamins consistently, you may not be getting optimal levels during the week. Fat-soluble vitamins, such as A, D, E and K,

  • Carrots, grapefruit and other foods to fight a cold

    Did you know that some foods can boost your immune system and keep you healthy? When it comes to Vitamin C, everyone tends to think of oranges, but nutritionist Joy Bauer thinks there are other options that do a far better job of keeping colds at

  • Are British women really too unhealthy to go through pregnancy?

    The findings reveal women are smoking and drinking, and not getting the recommended vitamins.

  • Supplements to help you get through winter

    Sales of vitamins and supplements top £400m in the UK, with more than 60 per cent of adults taking them daily or occasionally. However, much of the marketing revolves around promises which are unsubstantiated, and it's possible you could

  • Get ready to eat: The supplements you need to prepare your stomach for Christmas

    <p>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.</p><p>Why is it so easy to upset our tummy? &quot;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”</p><p>To avoid uncomfortable bloating, constipation and cramps this Christmas, give these digestion supplements a go.</p><p> </p><p><strong>Does your body need extra support at Christmas time? Tweet us your thoughts <a rel="nofollow" href="">@YahooStyleUK</a></strong></p><p><a rel="nofollow" href="">Christmas breakfast ideas – perfect for every family this Xmas Day</a></p><p><a rel="nofollow" href="">Get your cosy on: Everything you need for the ultimate night in</a></p><p> </p>

  • Six reasons you need to take vitamin D

    You might already know that vitamin D is essential for bone health, as it helps the body absorb calcium, but did you know that it may reduce your risk of getting multiple sclerosis and heart disease, and even help you lose weight? See also:

  • Make Ours A Mango Smoothie: Why Mangoes Are The New Superfood

    Scooch over goji berries, there’s a new fruit on the superfood block and scientists believe it could be just as beneficial to health. New research claims that mangoes have been found to boost gut bacteria, which can help stop obesity and ward off type 2 diabetes. Scientists at Oklahoma State University have studied how regularly getting a mango fix impacts health and found that it can prevent the loss of beneficial gut bacteria which can be caused by a high-fat diet.

  • Five best supplements for the over 50s

    Your health needs change as you get older, and taking a daily health supplement can help support your energy levels and wellbeing in a number of ways. Here are five supplements good for the over 50s. See also: Wake up feeling tired? Eight

  • The gluten-free diet isn’t as healthy as you think it is

    While the gluten-free diet was once only considered a medical treatment, it’s now become a trendy lifestyle being endorsed as healthy and life-changing. The diet eliminates gluten, which can be found in grains like wheat, barley and rye. Doctors recommend the diet for people who are diagnosed with celiac disease - an illness in which the small intestine is hypersensitive to gluten.

  • These foods are the gateway to amazing hair

    It’s no secret that what we put inside our bodies greatly affects how we look on the outside. We’ve seen this with everything from body shape to skin conditions and hair is no different.&nbsp; ALSO SEE:&nbsp;Beauty benefits of blueberries Click through the gallery above to see what foods you can incorporate into your diet to combat specific issues like dandruff, or just to improve general hair health and shine.&nbsp; ALSO SEE:&nbsp;Why We Should All Be Eating Banana Skin

  • Should We Be Taking Vitamins? What We Need & What We Don’t.

    With the days getting shorter, our lifestyle feeds are full of stories shouting about Vitamin D supplements to compensate for the lack of sunshine. Clinical studies show the importance of nutrients for mental as well as physical health, but also the impact of too much of the wrong supplement. Technically, if you’re eating a balanced and healthy diet then you really shouldn’t need much in the way of supplements but let’s face it - balanced diets are not always top of our agenda.

  • Experts condemn vitamin supplements as waste of money

    Vitamin supplements nearly always have no health benefits, are a waste of money and could even be harmful, a group of scientists said in a damning indictment of the industry. Evidence from studies of almost half a million people suggested that

  • Are vitamin pills doing you more harm than good?

    Vitamin pills and health supplements are big business these days with almost one third of British adults taking some form of supplement. Top related searches: vitamin pills dietary supplements healthy nutrition advice balanced diet health

  • Brits 'wasting money on health supplements', says NHS report

    Before junk food, ready meals and multi-vitamins, people relied on their daily diet to provide all the nutrients their bodies needed. Things have changed though - in 2009, the dietary supplements and vitamins market was worth a massive £670 million

  • Supplements for beautiful skin and hair

    You've come through the summer with shiny locks and pimple-free, sun-tanned skin... but with winter setting in, both can take a turn for the worse. Top related searches: skin care supplement hair loss supplements vitamins for hair loss hair

  • Are supplements good for you?

    Up to 20 per cent of people in the West take vitamins. The UK market alone is worth £330 million. Whether it's to ward off disease or just improve skin and hair condition, our love affair with supplements shows no sign of abating. It costs us