Healthy eating. Not interested? Why give up salted caramel, creme brulee, spicy chorizo or triple-cooked potatoes in duck fat?
Nutrition science has moved on from the 99.9 per cent fat-free, fat-phobic era to a more moderate approach that includes a better understanding of nutrigenomics, or eating according to your genetic blueprint. This doesn't mean adopting the Palaeolithic diet - you don't have to go back that far. What it does mean is there is more than one way to have a healthy diet and there is a personal eating style that can keep you healthy, energetic and feeling great yet still include foods you love. The best news? You can make your eating healthier without really noticing.
Eat what you love
Some foods can elevate our mood by increasing serotonin levels in the brain, such as pasta and bread (comfort carbs); tryptophan-rich dairy milk, yoghurt and cheese; and chocolate, which lights up pleasure centres in the brain more than sex, some say.