Oliver says long-awaited strategy from Theresa May's new Government is 'far from robust'
Poppy Honey Rosie and Daisy Boo Pamela were present while Jools was in labour
A 'brutal' and 'terrifying' experience that 'no child should witness'? I don't think so. Even though my plans went awry, I'm scandalised by the judgment that's been heaped on the Olivers for a perfectly natural choice
Brighton Students Against Sugar Tax campaign launches to delay the move amid calls for a referendum
Joe Wicks makes a profit of one million a month and has amassed a following of one million on Instagram
The 'new' veg looks poised to become a popular ingredient in home kitchens thanks to supermarkets and celebrity fans
I will never forget the midwife who bounced my hungry and screaming newborn son under her arm like a rugby ball and said flatly: “This is motherhood. This is what it’s like. Get used to it.”
It is a myth to think that the non-breastfeeding community is the silenced one; for years they have made known their difficulties
The celebrity chef said he just happened to be walking past Parliament when the levy was announced
A year ago, Nicole Pisani left her job in a high-end restaurant to become a school cook with a budget of 80p per meal. Sophie Morris finds out what she's learnt – and what the children think of samphire stir-fry and crumbed whitebait
The box costs £3.50 and the supermarket says they contain enough to feed a family of four for a week
Henderson's book was a blueprint for a better way of living
Obesity is a scourge of the Western world, with governments scrambling to defuse a health timebomb. Could a civic revolution in the US Midwest point the way forward?
Jamie’s Italian has the healthiest children’s meal options, parents told researchers
Decision comes despite a government report saying a tax on sugary food and drink would help combat Britain's obesity problem
With Jamie Oliver declaring an all-out war on sugar, the debate around health and nutrition in the UK is louder than ever. We are constantly seeking to debunk or clear up misconceptions around what we eat and drink on a regular basis.