Food is far more than fuel. It’s information for your body, a means to connect with others and a profound way of nourishing yourself—both inside and out. They say knowledge is power but, when it comes to food, you could also say knowledge is self-care....

Tim Spector is a Professor of Genetic Epidemiology and the Director of the TwinsUK Registry at King’s College, London. He has been studying twins for more than two decades, during which he’s investigated the interaction between genes and lifestyle—and challenged perceptions about disease and ageing. He...

Eating in season is good for you, good for your wallet and good for the planet! Familiarising yourself with what’s in season is also a subtle and satisfying way of reconnecting with nature, especially if you live in a town or city. Noticing the different...

The emphasis on gut health may seem like a recent development—but did you know that we’ve been aware of a connection between the gut and the skin for almost 90 years? In 1930, two pioneering dermatologists, John Stokes and Donald Pillsbury, postulated that emotional states could...