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5 Reasons why you should make the most of outdoor exercise this winter

Struggling to brave the elements and make it outside for your daily workout? Here’s why you should make the most of outdoor exercise when the weather is not so warm.

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Forget diets, get to know your gut bacteria

Get to know your gut bacteria and unlock your personal weight loss and disease risk secrets. Infamous diets of the […]

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Food for your mood

What you put into your body may be having a significant effect on your mental health. MiNDFOOD looks at foods we can eat to prevent or alleviate symptoms of anxiety or depression, and provides recipes to help up your intake.

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Kicking the habit

What really happens to your body when you stop consuming sugar?

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Food for thought: Brain fuel

What you put on your dinner plate is just as important for your brain as your body.

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You and your digestive system

Our digestive systems are complex and easy to disrupt, learn how to keep your gut happy with these top tips to maintaining optimal digestive health.

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Snap out of it: Best foods to beat a bad mood

4 foods to boost your mood and improve mental health.

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Snap out of it

How to beat a bad mood in four simple steps.

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Sitting Up Straight – the simple life hack to happiness

Your teacher was right about sitting up straight! Scientists say good posture could ward off depression.

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Top 10 warning signs of dementia

The early signs of dementia may be very subtle and hard to recognise, here are ten symptoms to look out for.

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Does your birth season affect your temperament?

Babies born in summer are more likely to suffer from mood swings when they grow up, according to a new Hungarian study.

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Is your diet making you depressed?

People who consume fast food are 51% more likely to develop depression. These 5 easy tips will help you ward off the mental illness.

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How to stay positive when disasters strike

Smile and the world will smile back at you…or is it with you, I always get my anecdotes confused. The […]

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Charlotte’s Law: the cyberbullying debate

The tragic news that the former model and television presenter Charlotte Dawson had taken her own life last weekend has […]

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Depressed penguins get “happy” pills to deal with wet-weather

Penguins in Britain struggling to cope with the worse-than normal wet winter weather and are given medication to improve their mood.

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Happiness and physical health

Fascinating new research has recently emerged from the University of North Carolina in the USA showing that your physical health […]

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Magic Mushrooms could help treat depression

The first ever clinical trial exploring the use of hallucinogens from magic mushrooms to treat depression has come under fire.

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Cyprus bailout talks underway

All eyes are on Cyprus as the small island nation awaits news of its economic fate, having become the latest casualty of the debt-wrought Eurozone.

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Treating kids’ minds with caution

Doctors have issued a warning about prescribing mood-altering drugs to healthy kids and teens, cautioning that they could have ethical and health implications in the future.

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Doug Meyer’s Miami home

Is your home in need of an update? Do you want to inject some colour into your abode. You’ll get plenty of inspiration from this quirky and colorful Miami home owned by designer Doug Meyer.

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Come on, get happy

Healer, author, and expert on happiness, Dain Heer teaches us how to unlock our active consciousness and be happy.

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GALLERY: Love From Venus jewellery

Take a look at the latest stunning collection of jewellery and accessories from brand Love from Venus.

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MiNDFOOD Radio: Jay Rodgers

Food blogger Jay Rodgers talks to us about emotional eating and how to reconcile what you want and what you need and how to combat bad habits. MiNDFOOD reports.

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Hayley Westenra – Gallery

Singing sensation Hayley Westenra gives her vocal cords a rest to model spring’s monochrome mood.

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