Do you suffer from the afternoon slump? Do you want to know how to boost your energy? On Tuesday's This Morning nutritionist Madeleine Shaw will be showing you how to fight fatigue. So, if you suffer from fatigue we want to hear from you with your questions.
Email your name, question and contact telephone number to firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday 26 May at 10:30am. You must be over 18.
If you’re looking for some inspiration to get those energy levels up for a bank holiday weekend and half term week with the kids then look no further!
Lively twin brothers and dads to four children Steven and David are the Happy Pear, and are here with some healthy tasty treats for all the family to enjoy making together and eating this weekend.
We all get bombarded with headlines about the latest celebrity diet, miracle ingredient or food fad, but how do we know what really works?
To help us make sense of it all, Madeleine Shaw joins us for her first TM appearance in the kitchen - Nutrition Bites. We'll talk through the latest nutrition news, taste the new faddy food - flavoured waters - and get recipes for her favourite brain-boosting revision/desk snacks.
Plus, ahead of the half-term holidays, Madeleine's got five easy tips to help relieve that bloated feeling, in days!
Today is the start of British Tomato Week, and Lisa Faulkner is here to celebrate by serving up two family favourites made with a cheap, simple and delicious roast tomato sauce.
Phil whips up delicious warm buttermilk pan scones with clotted cream using a simple tasty recipe.
He says: " I have given measured weights, but you can just add the flour to the buttermilk, egg and baking powder until you have a thickish batter if its easier. The secret is to not overwork the gluten in the flour, or the scones will be tough and chewy."
Today we've sent Phil Vickery on a field trip (well, a patio trip, at least). He'll be cooking up some incredible breakfast hash - perfect for any al fresco dining.
Phil says: "This dish is a bit of a mish-mash, and doesn’t look particularly nice but I think its very satisfying to eat, and its a great one pan dish.
The secret here is to prepare everything before you go, so you have to concentrate on is the cooking!"
Whether you're a busy parent on the go, or you need a quick lunchtime snack for work, one-pot lunches are all the rage and a very convenient way to eat. They’re quick, easy and perfect for those who want to cut back on spending too much money. They also save on washing up!
But do they actually taste any good? Do they fill you up and give you the energy to get through the afternoon and more importantly are they a healthy option?
Well, we'd like your help to answer these questions. We're putting the lunch pot to the taste test and we need some volunteers to try them out.
Are you available to take part over the next few days to film your feedback on a couple of lunchtime snacks, that we'll send you? If so, please email us at email@example.com, along with your name, age, location and a brief line about why you'd like to be a taste test buddy for us. Your email needs to be in by midday on Friday 15 May 2015.
We’re heading into the weekend, and if you’re running out of recipes to feed the family then why not try Bake Off star and mum-of-three Holly Bell’s simple crunchy meatballs.
Fast, fun, packed with veg and loved by even the pickiest of kids, they’re a firm favourite in the Bell household.