Overeating may change the brain by altering a key feeding suppression system, a study has indicated.
A north-east boy who took part in a specialist medical programme to learn how to eat without the aid of a tube has discovered exotic tastes – including curry and spaghetti bolognese.
Finding new and exciting ways to eat regular meals could help break through the boredom and make it more enjoyable, a new study suggests.
The mum of a severely disabled boy has thanked the Evening Express for helping restore the heating at her Aberdeen home, describing it as like “a second Christmas”.
Being more relaxed, offering praise and learning about fruit and veg all help.
So there might be a super-size helping of clean-eating backlash simmering at the moment (hurrah!), but that doesn't mean all notions of healthy-eating need to go out the window.
Superfood is a term that is bandied around a lot when discussing our health, so it’s no wonder a lot of us are buying into the notion that we need to pay extra for what we believe to be better quality nutrition. But there are actually other equally nutritious foods available for pennies.
I always had in my mind that Trump would be too fancy a place for a comfortable lunch - but I couldn't be more wrong.