This month’s magazine has the following articles and recipes…
The truth about sugar in food
We show you how to watch out for high sugar content in typical meals and suggest a few healthier alternatives for breakfast, lunch and dinner, such as this recipe for tuna and vegetable rice.
Your guide to eating healthy at work
It’s easy to make poor lunch choices when we’re busy, stressed and hungry. But stock up wisely and plan ahead and you’ll have nutritious DIY options. Our healthier lunches include frittata, soup and this Med-style pasta.
Mary Berry’s healthier Sunday lunch
The GBBO judge isn’t all about cakes and pastry – she also likes to cook healthier dishes. Try her easy, tasty alternative to a traditional roast and trimmings using this recipe for Peppadew pepper chicken.
Healthy family meals – sorted.
This month we bring you a batch of healthy, quick and easy midweek suppers, with chicken, fish and veggie options. This salmon with bulgur and clementine salad is a great high protein meal that’s ready in only 15 minutes.
HIIT those arms with Lean in 15’s Joe Wicks
Stuggling with the batwings? Body Coach Joe Wicks has fused two exercise forms to target wobbly biceps and triceps – and burn off extra fat. In this article he explains his work and gives you a routine to do at home.
Dinner for one
Don’t wait for company to treat yourself to something a little fancy – this impressive-looking creamy mustard and lemon chicken is simple to make and ready in a flash.
Power up your salad
Not ready to hunker down for autumn with heavy evening meals? These pretty, high-protein plates are the perfect bridge between the seasons.
Put it on the menu: ready-cooked lentils
Lentils are a great way to add protein and bulk to meat-free dishes. We’ve created quick, nutritious meals using only four ingredients to help you put this healthy ingredient on your weekly menu.
Extreme makeover – moussaka
This slimmed-down recipe serves up a fraction of the fat and calories, but all of the big Greek flavours.
Our balanced, satisfying recipes make it easy to go meat free once, twice or every day of the week. This griddled vegetable and almond quinoa salad is a quick way to get 4 of your 5-a-day.