How can I save money on my food bill?


With food prices on the rise, everyone is feeling the pinch at the moment, and more and more people are looking for ways to cut down their grocery bills. With just a few changes to your buying and cooking habits, you can cut down your costs without cutting your food's flavour and nutritional value.

Read below for FBF’s money-saving tips for your food bill: 

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Loneliness - Mental Health Awareness Week


This year the theme of Mental Health Awareness Week is Loneliness. Loneliness is affecting more and more of us in the UK. With our work and personal lives becoming more digital than ever before. Our connection to other people is fundamental to protecting our mental health and wellbeing. 


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Understanding Stress - What is it & how it affect us?


April marks Stress Awareness Month, an annual campaign to raise awareness of the ‘modern-day stress epidemic’ we all find ourselves living in.  The last two years have been especially challenging for many and, as we emerge from the pandemic, it’s vital that our community support continues. 

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Emotional Eating - Part 1

What is Emotional Eating and Why Does it Happen? 

Emotional eating was originally defined as eating in response to negative emotions, but several researchers have now accepted positive emotions as part of emotional eating too.

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How To Make New Habits Stick Part 2

 In Part 1 we discussed the art of showing up, and designing and priming your environment for success. Now that you have started, maybe you’re not feeling as motivated as you did at the beginning? Your new habit is familiar but not yet an automatic action. Maybe you feel like you’re about to fall off the wagon, maybe you already have?

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Shake Your Salt Habit

We know we need to reduce our salt intake to improve our health and reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke (1), but reducing your salt intake can be harder than it seems!

Did you know that 75% of the salt we consume each day is already in packaged and pre-prepared foods? A large proportion is hidden in the processed foods and takeaways we buy e.g., processed and cured meat, cereals, shop bought sandwiches, bread, pizza, ready meals, jarred sauces, condiments, soy sauce, vinegar, stock cubes, crisps, biscuits etc.

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How To Make New Habits Stick - Part 1

In line with FBF Collective’s last blog - Is Dry Jan Overrated? - we’re continuing with the theme of long-lasting habit change. In this two-part series we’re breaking down how to form a habit; beginning with the art of showing up, and crafting your own environment that will harness success.

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Is Dry Jan Overrated?

Often, the problem with abstinence is that it encourages yo-yo behavioural patterns. Dry January often turns into a sopping wet February; completely undoing any work done prior to this, but also giving yourself the ‘go-ahead’ to go all guns blazing because you’ve just had a ‘good month’. This binge-purge mentality is typical of UK culture, unlike much of the Continent where alcohol is ever-present but not over-indulged. 

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