Heart attack warning – 30p fruit could slash your heart disease risk

Heart attacks are a serious medical emergency, and should be treated immediately, according to the NHS. The condition, which is also known as a myocardial infarction, is caused by a lack of blood reaching the heart. It may be caused by a blockage in your blood vessels – usually by a blood clot. Not getting […]

Bowel cancer symptoms: Add this popular £1 fruit to your diet to slash risk of disease

Bowel cancer symptoms can be mistaken for less serious health conditions such as irritable bowel syndrome – most people with them do not have cancer. According to Cancer Research UK, a lump that your doctor can feel in your back passage or tummy (abdomen), more commonly on the right side, is a tell-tale sign. Losing […]

Bowel cancer symptoms: Add this popular £1 fruit to your diet to slash risk of disease

BOWEL cancer symptoms are not always easy to spot as they can be mistaken for less serious health conditions. But you can help prevent the disease from developing in the first place by making some simple changes to your diet. Increasing your fibre intake is just of the things you can do.

Diabetes type 2: Switch to this colour milk at no extra cost to slash blood sugar levels

As soon as diabetes type 2 symptoms appear, you should see your GP. Diabetes UK estimates that almost 3.7 million people suffer from diabetes in the UK, with 90 per cent having developed type 2 diabetes. People are more at risk of developing the condition if they are overweight, have high blood pressure or have […]

Snack & Slash Puts A Bounty On Fresh Ingredients

It’s said that cooking requires a lot of stamina, and Snack & Slash takes that statement to heart (and stomach!). This little chef is all about top-quality ingredients, technique, and oversized kitchen tools. Requiring specific instructions, you’ll have to grab the right tool and go on the hunt for the ingredient in the correct area. […]

Diabetes type 2 – add this 80p side dish to your dinner to slash blood sugar

Diabetes type 2 is caused by the pancreas not producing enough of the hormone insulin, or the body not reacting to insulin, according to the NHS. Without enough insulin, the body struggles to convert sugar in the blood into useable energy. Maintaining a normal blood sugar is very important for diabetes patients, as they’re more […]