Pocketmags Digital Magazines
Pocketmags Digital Magazines


Eggs sunny side up just got an upgrade
Photographs Istock

What we’re eating now

Boiled, scrambled or poached – our favourite staple is set to go from store cupboard to centre stage. It follows a series of single-concept eggy restaurants opening in the capital including Notting Hill’s Egg Break and Moorgate’s Bad Egg. Plus, breakthrough Finnish research that found an egg habit can lower risk of type 2 diabetes. Cue the release of Posh Eggs (Quadrille, £12.99), detailing 70 fabulous possibilities to show them oeuf. Try this egg-citing recipe:

Read the complete article and many more in this issue of Healthy Magazine
Purchase options below
If you own the issue, Login to read the full article now.
Single Digital Issue September 2016
This issue and other back issues are not included in a new Healthy Magazine subscription. Subscriptions include the latest regular issue and new issues released during your subscription.

This article is from...

View Issues
Healthy Magazine
September 2016

Other Articles in this Issue

We all know by now that there are benefits to
From Bristol to Ballymena, Mallorca to the Netherlands, the hundreds
Is your To Do list constantly filled with things like
There have been huge improvements in how well we understand
When Sylanna Vanyik, 27, arrived at the Face of healthy
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) isn’t a disease per se, but
1 Eating disorders have the highest mortality rate of any
It may be the body’s largest organ, but many of
Throbbing pain, stiffness, feelings of numbness and general weakness are
Black and green tea both come from the same plant,
No more cornflakes and toast – breakfast as the star
The raw-food diet is based on the belief the most
Most health experts would agree that our headline quite nicely
‘Go hard or go home’. ‘Pain is just weakness leaving
With her long, blonde hair and coltish limbs, Fearne Cotton
says Dr Karen Morton, consultant gynaecologist and founder of The
Here’s an easy way to turn that ‘back to school’
When I was at school, I had two hairstyles on
Long treasured for its immune-boosting qualities, and more recently for
How long should I keep my beauty products for? Do
I love this Oscar Wilde quote, and find myself sharing
I wasn’t supposed to live past 36, so being 48
There are millions of apps available out there for us
‘One day you won’t be able to do this. Today
You’d be hard pressed to find a news article about
We all love a good giggle, but the benefits of
“ It was in April 2011 that I found my
The time period, during April to September, where the ultraviolet
Ask the parents of any class of primary school children
We are more likely to opt for the healthier option
Recipe from Infuse by Paula Grainger and Karen Sullivan (Hamlyn,
Damsons are brimming with vits A, C, E and K,
‘I make a juice shot with parsley, spinach, ginger and
Known as mala insana, or ‘crazy apple’, back in Renaissance
Bring lentils to boil with the water and sliced garlic;
New US research has revealed that as little as 30
Set high in the Tuscan hills, Terme di Saturnia is
Spinning was invented by South African cycle racer Johnny Goldberg
I often feel out of breath when I exercise as
“ I started swimming when I was four, and I
Oh my word, I need an antigravity yoga hammock immediately!
Music has a huge impact on my state of mind
When we launched our Face of healthy competition in association
Mindset coach David Hare told us how to start being
What’s The Best Age To Live To? (August) was well-written
If current events are making you feel less than settled,
Brits spend 15 hours every day staring at screens, and
When women aged between 20 and 35 were asked about
…last go for a cervical screening test, or do a
The vaping debate rages on… Now UK research has found
That’s the number of days British women go beyond their
Olive oil has long been a UK cooking staple –
The war on sugar may be just what the doctor
Fibre’s not just key for digestion: an Australian study found
Who says triathlon has to be swim, cycle, run? You
A third of Brits have met a partner at the
That’s the amount of low-level activity, like a brisk walk,
US research has found that barefoot running improves working memory
We know we’re preaching to the converted here – but
Hold the expensive facials – sheet masks, a firm favourite
That’s the number of women who choose to play it
You might be an old hand at slipping superfoods in