My day on a plate: Dr Vanessa Pirotta

Marine biologist and science communicator Dr Vanessa Pirotta, 30, shares her day on a plate. Dr Vanessa Pirotta. 5am I start my day with a green tea. 10am After a morning full of science writing and international meetings, I have two soft-boiled eggs, plus some Greek yoghurt with a small…

How the CEO of Your Favorite Running App Starts His Day

James Quarles’s workout is more than just an eight-mile run through San Francisco. It’s his first meeting of the day—even if it’s just a meeting with himself. He solves problems and hatches business plans for Strava, the 40-million-strong social network for runners and cyclists that he’s run for two years….

Why These Trans Moms Hate Mother's Day

Mother’s Day is the day when we honor our moms for all the hard work they do and shower them in love and presents. But for many trans moms, Mother’s Day carries an even deeper significance; it’s a chance to be both privately and publicly acknowledged as your child’s mother in a world that…

My day on a plate: Sophie Salvesani

Opera singer, Sophie Salvesani, 24, shares her day on a plate. 9.30am Sophie Salvesani. A breakfast of cereal with low-fat strawberry yoghurt, followed by scrambled eggs, bacon and a piece of toast. With a concert at 2.30pm, a big breakfast is essential as I most likely won't eat lunch. 11am…

My day on a plate: Yolanda Powell

Director of Running Bare, Yolanda Powell, 40, shares her day on a plate. Director of Running Bare, Yolanda Powell. 6.15am An espresso. 8.10am After Pilates I have a large skim cappuccino. 9.30am In the office I fill up my 2.2-litre water bottle for the day and eat a banana. 11am…

One egg a day LOWERS your risk of type 2 diabetes

One egg a day ‘LOWERS your risk of type 2 diabetes’: Controversial study says it promotes fatty acids that protect you from the disease Eggs are controversial for diabetes because they are high in cholesterol But they also offer plenty of nutritional benefit that help to lower risk and stabilize…