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Quizmas is coming! Host a quiz night and raise money for life saving heart research.
Have fun, get your children active, and save lives with our schools and youth groups fundraising events.
Make sure everyone has a seat this Christmas.
Spread joy and save lives with our Christmas cards.
Our strategy sets out our plans to fund half a billion pounds of research over the next five years.
Whether you are living with heart disease or supporting a friend or family member, our online community is a space for you.
Meet some of our heart heroes who have bravely shared their stories with others.
Read our vision and priorities to 2020 and see how we're fighting for every heartbeat.
We’ve put our own twist on traditional Christmas recipes to bring you our healthier versions.
We’ve ranked the most popular cereals from best to worst based on their nutritional value. Find out which ones will get your day off to a healthy start.
9 easy ways to add vegetables to your everyday meals so you (or your kids) won’t even notice eating them
Our expert explains how safe is the 5:2 diet, and which is the best way to lose weight steadily and gradually.
It’s autumn and squashes and pumpkins are all around. Here are four delicious, simple, quick and tasty recipes for the humble squash.
Pippa Middleton reveals ten mouth-watering recipes from her new cookbook, Heartfelt, all proceeds of which go to lifesaving BHF research.
Here are seven healthy breakfasts that can be made quickly or pre-prepared to make sure you get your day off to a good start.
Cooking pumpkin and squashes can seem daunting. Here's five simple tips to help you prepare and cook them, plus a guide to the different types.
More of us are choosing non-dairy milks than ever before, often for health reasons. But do you know the facts?
Our expert answers a question on whether coconut sugar is good for your health.
Our expert explains the health benefits of flax seeds and talks about the benefits of crushed over whole seeds.
Almond, soya and other milks are more popular than ever, but why are so many people switching away from cow's milk? We explain the pros and cons of dairy alternatives.
Looking for healthy BBQ food? Try our five healthy marinades and rubs for juicy, flavourful meat and vegetarian options.
Take our fun quiz to find out if you are as knowledgeable about common foods like ketchup, mustard, mayo and sweet chilli sauce as you think.
See which meat and fish options are good or bad for your heart health, and get some healthy recipe ideas.
You don’t need to deprive yourself to eat well. Dr Hannah Forster shows us how to focus on positive changes instead.
From ketchup to brown sauce, soy sauce to pesto, we love adding flavour to our food. But there can be hidden health hazards, as Hannah Forster explains.
Salad dressings needn’t be tricky to make and are much healthier than ready-made dressings. Try one of these six simple ideas to get you started.
Hate dry, bland food? Ready-made sauces and chutneys can be high in sugar and fat, so add flavour and banish dry food by making our delicious salsas.
Our expert explains what the Vegan Before Six (VB6) diet is, and whether it could help you lose weight.
Craving a treat but don't want to ruin the diet? Try these ideas for healthy savoury snacks and healthy desserts.
Our expert explains whether salads will help you lose weight, how to create healthier dressings, and whether they are a good meal choice when eating out.
Do you really know what's healthy and what's not? Our expert nutritionist debunks 11 common myths - the truth might surprise you.
They have a healthy reputation, but smoothies might not be as good for you as you thought. Find out why.
Too much sugar can lead to weight gain and damaging effects on our health. Here are 6 small changes that you'll hardly notice, which can help you cut down on the sweet stuff.
Roast dinners make great comfort food, but they aren't always that healthy. Our easy swaps mean they don’t have to be bad news for your waistline or cholesterol levels.
A few small steps can make a healthy diet and help you to control your weight, too. Dietitian Annemarie Aburrow shows us how.
Food labelling can help us choose healthier foods. We explain how to use back-of-pack food labels to make healthy choices.
It’s surprisingly easy to slash fat, calories and salt while keeping the feel of a traditional roast dinner. Swap to our quick, easy and healthier version.
Do you know how many calories there are in alcoholic drinks? Try our fun quiz and test your knowledge.
This section explains what's really in your food and make the right choices when it comes to foods that are high in sugar, salt and fat.
Inspiration and easy tips to help you eat more fruit and veg, including information on what does and doesn't count as your 5-a-day.
Losing weight doesn't mean you have to eat salad, or cabbage soup, or vegetable juice. Check out our delicious calorie-counted heart-healthy alternatives.
When you choose a diet, it’s important to think about more than whether it will help you fit into your favourite jeans. Some diets can have serious health consequences if followed long-term, as our dietitian explains.
Let leftovers be a thing of the past, and save money at the same time, with our suggestions for all kinds of ways to use up leftover food.
We often associate colourful foods with good health – but while that’s true of fruit and vegetables, it’s not always the case with other foods. We point out the pitfalls.
Colourful plates of food are appealing, but are they healthy? We explain the health benefits of different fruits and vegetables.
Looking for comfort food, but no time to cook? We present top tips for healthy meals in a hurry.
Our senior dietitian answers your questions on healthy eating including food myths, and maintaining a healthy weight.
Trying to keep an eye on your weight? Our weight section has expert advice on how to achieve weight loss that lasts.
Breakfast is an important part of a balanced diet - so get our senior dietitian's tips on how to start your day the healthy way.
Advice for people who have had a heart attack about eating oily fish has changed. Senior dietitian Victoria Taylor explains.