The traditional excesses of the festive season sit in stark contrast with the ever-strong healthy-eating movement. Does better-for-you behaviour have a chance against entrenched seasonal habit? How do ‘virtuous eaters’ celebrate and is there a new ‘clean Christmas’ trend in the making?
ASOS launched its first ever advent calendar in 2016, promptly setting the web ablaze. But rather than having chocolates or religious imagery behind each window, it instead houses little gifts for beauty buffs. From jumpers to festive decorations, how else are Christmas traditions changing?
A lot of Brussels sprouts are going to get binned this Christmas – and not just by those who have yet to come around to the charm of the divisive veggies. One in three Brits will throw out sprouts or turkey before the festive foods even reach the table because they don’t know how to cook them.
What does Christmas mean to Gen Y? Is it all about the parties, the drinking and throwing out unwanted gifts when no one‘s looking? Or does it mean a little more? Canvas8 sat down with British men and women between the ages of 18 and 35 to find out how they’re spending Christmas in 2015.
Carb-conscious foodies are turning to ‘courgetti’ and ‘boodles’ for healthy alternatives to their favourite starchy meals. Now, Cauli Rice is offering long-life, microwaveable cauliflower rice, so you can get your clean eating fix without slaving away in the kitchen for hours to prepare your veg.