There have been two contrasting reports about breakfast in today's media; firstly as many as 25% of children are going to school having had no breakfast. And on the other hand, there's a diner in Great Yarmouth serving a breakfast the weight of a small child! It includes 8 eggs, 12 rashers of bacon, 12 sausages, potatoes, mushrooms, hash browns, black pudding, beans and 12 slices of bread!
On Thursday 14th June I left the office and headed down to Victoria to represent Vitality TV in our first ever involvement in a charity fundraising event.
I was there to meet and support Shanice Khayat, a 20-year-old woman trying to realise her dream to go to Ghana to take part in a volunteer program with Thrive Africa.
VTV were delighted to be asked to get involved and donated a prize to the raffle. A course of five yoga lessons with Jeff Phenix awaited one lucky winner!
Six months back I read an article on the Huffington Post UK called€œChocolate Cake for Breakfast Could Help You Lose Weight after reading the article I thought "I must remember to blog about that once we have released the Behind the Headlines video with Surinder which came out last week.
Water needs a whole new mindset. It's the one resource upon which everything else depends and although it covers 70% of the world's surface, just 3% of all the water on the planet is fresh, meaning the rest is salt water and not drinkable. And what has technically always been considered a renewable resource it is increasingly under pressure.
Part of taking care of our health is eating well, but it's not just about what we eat, knowing where our food comes from, what chemicals are used in its production and how it's stored is equally important.
We don't like to say No to many things, but there are certain foods that really should be avoided if we want to achieve our best long term health - this list might surprise you.