What feels like 29172 days later, the end of January is almost in sight! With February nearing, the new month calls for a new abundance of fresh fruit and veg to grace our supermarkets. So with that in mind, keep reading to discover the freshest (and cheapest!) ingredients to add to your shopping lists thisRead More About What’s in season this February
With New Year resolutions on the mind, we can bet that many of us are setting off on a new health journey of eating healthier and exercising to shift some weight. While a lot of these resolves fizzle a few weeks or months into the effort, this hasn’t been the case for many of Southend’sRead More About The Southend programme where 85% of participants have shed 5-10%...
‘Why not, it’s Christmas’ is a phrase heard all too often throughout the festive season, and is often rued later in the New Year when those extra pounds from your festive overindulgence just won’t shift. *Here at Everyone Health, we’ve worked out exactly what’s in the nation’s most popular Christmas foods so you can beRead More About What’s EXACTLY in your favourite festive foods
While Christmas is a time to be jolly, enjoy all the glorious food and drink on offer and wind down after a long year, many people can find Christmas quite a daunting time – especially those who are on a health journey. Being out of routine – which is inevitable over the Christmas period, canRead More About Staying healthy over Christmas
With party season in full swing, some of us may be drinking slightly more than we’re used to and likely teetering over the 14 units per week mark. With a whole host of different drinks and glass sizes, from shots to pints – and don’t get us started on bottles – it’s easy to getRead More About What’s in your tipple?
Tis’ the season for festivities, feasting, and fresh produce! Though fresh produce is limited at this time of year, we’re not falling completely short in the freshness department. Keep reading to discover the freshest (and cheapest!) ingredients to add to your shopping lists and Christmas dinner. Brussel sprouts Love them or hate them, it’s sproutRead More About What’s in season this December
We’re willing to bet that you didn’t know adults should only be consuming no more than 6g of salt a day (that’s around 1 level teaspoon). It’s an easy assumption for us to make as research has now revealed that, on average, adults in England consume an eyewatering 8.4g a day – 40% above theRead More About Are you eating too much salt?
Festive-themed drinks have officially landed in coffee shops as plenty of caffeine enthusiasts will be scurrying to try them to get into the Christmas spirit, although they may be in for a shock when they discover how much sugar they’re sipping. A ‘coffee and a catch-up’ has been a staple in people’s social lives forRead More About Are you drinking away your daily sugar intake?
No gym membership? No problem. Home workouts can be just as effective as the gym to reach your health goals. Break a sweat with some of our top tips to getting the most out of your home workouts. Find a designated space in your home to workout in It doesn’t have to be a bigRead More About How you can stay fit at home for free
Cold and flu season is well and truly upon us! If you’re on a mission to avoid the flu this year (aren’t we all), then you might want to think about revamping your dinner menu with these foods that can help to boost your immune system. Broccoli Supercharged with vitamins and minerals, and packed withRead More About Boost your immune system with these foods