• For Goodness Sake
  • Introduction
  • Food Facts
  • Feel Good Facts

Do you have your own Feel Goods, the little things you do each day to keep you bright and happy? If so, share it with us on Twitter (don't forget to add #fgs) or Facebook.

If it makes us feel good we may send you a little reward.


Glossary of Feel Goods
(and other nice things to do)

To feel alive and rejuvenated, take your shoes off and walk on dewy grass.

Dance in the street and sing in the shower.

Fresh air is free so swap the city for the countryside.

Eat raw whenever you can.

Keep clutter under control and things won't seem so hectic. A tidy house makes for a tidy mind.

Green means go (especially when it comes to fresh food).

Be worldly and travel lots...expand your mind and your taste buds.

Seaweed is a true wonder food.

Laughter is powerful. It relieves tension, relaxes your muscles and is highly contagious.

Enjoy real food (things that perish).

Eat too many sweets and you'll probably be sad.

Don't walk in the shade. Look left, look right and cross over to the sunny side of the street.

All vegetables are good. Eat more.

Escape with a good book – reading does wonders for the soul.

Make a living and make a life. To be happy, find your passion and do what you love.

Don't eat things you need to Google.

Beware of 'energy drinks'. A fake fix can make you feel more tired.

Eat in company and make it an occasion, it's much more enjoyable.

It's not a treat if you eat it every day. Spoil yourself occasionally.

Snooze after lunch. Walk after dinner.

Stretch stress away.

Don't sit for too long. Run, skip, hop and swim.

S l o w d o w n and take time to enjoy your meals – it helps to improve digestion.

Stop eating before you're full.

Mushrooms are really, really good for you.

Long-term stress is not good. Be happy.