When we experience a stressful period in our life or have heightened feelings of uncertainty, it’s not uncommon to have cravings for sugary sweets, crisps, or snacks that make us ‘feel good.’ Why? These foods activate the brain’s reward system and our feel-good hormone ‘dopamine’ to make us feel happy.

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The independent boutique operators – who run two, award-winning deli-restaurants in the coastal towns of Narberth and Aberystwyth, as well as Curado Bar and Vermut in Cardiff – are well known for bringing a casual dining style influenced by Northern Spain to Wales.

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Fish is a nutrient-dense food – in other words, you get a lot of nutrients in proportion to the calorie content. It’s packed with protein and a wide range of essential vitamins and minerals, depending on the variety.

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MASTER THE ART OF FRENCH COOKING AT HOME WITH MICHELIN-STARRED CHEF, MICHEL ROUX JR Learning with Experts, the only online course offering one-to-one tuition with the best of the best, has announced that world-renowned chef and MasterChef judge Michel Roux Jr will be launching his course, Classic French Cuisine: The Roux Way. …

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Chiquita bananas may like to grow in tropical countries, but they are loved around the world and have made their way into the hearts of people everywhere. With their great, creamy taste, super quality and many health benefits they are a truly international fruit and as such have made their way…

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Chocolate, coffee – and bananas are among the foods most likely to put you in a good mood, according to Brits. A study of 2,000 adults found that while delicious sugary snacks feature in the top 20, nuts and seeds, berries and fish are also among the foods thought to give you a boost.

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