By Vanessa Chalmers
Fermenting expert Alana Holloway has everything a beginner needs to get started
A beginner's guide to fermenting foods at home by founder of new subscription box, Fermented by LAB
by Vanessa Chalmers
Healthista writer and needle-phobe Parisa Hashempour tries and reviews a weightloss vitamin treatment at Vitamin Injections London - ouch!
As World Cancer Day approaches Fionna Holland, a Psychology Lecturer at the University of Derby, who did study on what to say - and not - to someone who has cancer explains more
The best foods to eat for the most common ailments are outlined in Dr Sarah Brewer's new book, Eat Well Stay Well. From bad breath to painful periods, we have you covered for the most beneficial foods
There seems to be a lot of people out there telling us to eat clean (no, we don't know what it means either). Put down the salad - here are five reasons to eat 'dirty' food again (it's good for you)
Virtual reality is now being used for health and wellbeing. Taking you to another world, it's shown potential as a mental health treatment, and even in simulating a full-body workout
From violent sneezing to brittle nails, the signs your gut is in bad shape are not always as obvious as bloating, says nutritionist Jeannette Hyde, author of new book The Gut Makeover
Why are young, healthy, often athletes, dying suddenly because the heart has stopped? During Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) Awareness Week, Vanessa Chalmers investigates how it can be prevented… Its 7am on Monday morning and I can hear my
Not all alcohol abuse can be obvious, in fact many of the signs can be hidden. Here, hypnotherapist and alcohol addiction specialist Georgia Foster, explains the signs of alcohol abuse that even smart women can miss
Healthista TV got an exclusive look inside the IVI fertility clinic in Madrid where 300 British patients are treated for fertility problems each year and where scientists are at the leading edge of new treatments. Anna Magee reports
'It's good for you darling' - how many times have we heard that one? Now, Londoners can use semen as an ingredient at a cooking masterclass. Vanessa Chalmers investigate whether the purported health benefits are for real
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