With high-profile new studies throwing a spotlight on how diet affects the ageing process, Dr Carrie Ruxton summarises the evidence and reveals what we can do to give ourselves the best quality of life in our later years.
Although bars, restaurants and cafes have been able to serve customers outdoors since July 6, they can now fully open for business - but there will be some obvious differences to be aware of when you visit.
Fitness and nutrition coach Stephen Clarke, star of a BBC Scotland show Secret Body, reveals the most common diet fails and how to get on the right path to shedding the pounds.
When eateries open their doors to customers this week things will look and feel a little different. Clare Johnston finds out how businesses have been gearing up for the brave new world.
Everyone in the UK will be eligible for half-price meals on select days of the week in the month of August. Here we explain how the new scheme will work.
Pub goers have been making the most of the dry weather as outdoor service resumes for the first time since lockdown on March 20.
Gordon Campbell Gray, owner of The Three Chimneys on Skye, says he feels ashamed by recent scenes discouraging visitors from over the borders and beyond.
Pubs, restaurants and hotels will be able to operate reduced distancing as part of phase three of the easing of coronavirus restrictions after the first minister announced exemptions for key sectors.
Vitamin D: The latest developments as evidence mounts of its potential in the fight against coronavirus
Multiple studies are now pointing to deficiency as a major risk factor for developing complications from Covid 19.
Say goodbye to the buffet: Malmaison chief gives glimpse into what diners and guests can expect when hotels reopen
With hotels in Scotland expected to welcome guests again from July 15, Scott Harper, chief operating officer of the Malmaison and Hotel du Vin group, talks to Clare Johnston about the changes we can expect to see.
Clare Johnston talks to mum bloggers and Instagrammers who have conquered weaning with fun, colourful mealtimes - with one tot trying 100 different foods in her first month on solids.
Leading dietitian Dr Carrie Ruxton says Scots 'add risk upon risk upon risk' amid calls for obesity levels to be tackled.
Industry body Scottish Bakers wants training staff to be given 'essential worker' status so they can return to equipping employees and apprentices with vital skills.
With a decision to be made over whether the current two-metre distancing rule could be reduced, pubs stand to be among the biggest winners or losers depending on which way it goes.
Clare Johnston hears from industry voices, including former MasterChef judge John Benson-Smith, about the measures food hospitality businesses are considering – and whether they can survive social distancing.
Clare Johnston talks to The Family Encyclopedia of Health author, Dr Rajendra Sharma, to find out why a lack of essential nutrients can be overlooked as the cause of unwanted symptoms.
The supermarket is showcasing craft gins as part of an annual event, expected to generate £300,000 for participating distillers.
Clare Johnston looks to what the future might hold for the 'big four' food retailers as consumers change their behaviour and attitudes amid the coronavirus lockdown.