Judith Wills

Judith Wills

Judith Wills is one of the UK's best-known and knowledgeable nutrition and diet experts. With over 2 million books sold worldwide, she has written more best-selling diet and healthy lifestyle titles than any other British author. Judith has written for several national magazines and newspapers including The Daily Mail, The Mirror, Express, Good Housekeeping, Woman’s Weekly, Zest, Slimming, Marie Claire, Teletext, Waitrose Food Illustrated – and of course, Saga.


Latest Articles from Judith

Man exercising with weights in a gym
Health & Wellbeing

Diet blog: if not now, when?

There’s probably never a right time to start being more active, so why not start now?

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Summer diet choices
Health & Wellbeing

Diet blog: hotting up

What should you do when it’s too hot to wear forgiving layers?

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Food choices
Health & Wellbeing

Making intelligent choices

Research suggests that people with more grey matter choose healthier options.

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Aubergine and tomato are Mediterranean diet staples
Health & Wellbeing

Mediterranean diet or good British food?

Experts extol the Mediterranean diet, but traditional UK meals can serve just as well.

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BMR is increased by activity
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Ditch the diet

Speed up your metabolism to help you lose weight. We show you how.

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Healthy pasta dish with vegetables
Health & Wellbeing

Diet blog: pasta is back on the menu

Pasta's relatively low GI means that it can be used as part of a healthy diet.

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Couple cooking together and drinking wine
Health & Wellbeing

Diet blog: are single people slimmer?

We look at the effect of relationships on our waistlines.

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Brown bread
Health & Wellbeing

Diet blog: the carb comeback

Diet expert, Judith Wills, on why carbohydrates are back on the dieter's menu.

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Sensible diet and exercise
Health & Wellbeing

Diet blog: A fad-free start to the year

Does a dearth of new diet books suggest we’ve got wise to fad diets?

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