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The list of great steakhouses in the UAE is long: Boa and Butcher & Still in Abu Dhabi; Prime 68 and The Rib Room in Dubai, to name a few. But sometimes you just want to kick back at home and prepare your own. We went to Chef Daniel Irvine at one of the capital’s top steakhouses, Ray’s Grill, which is located in Abu Dhabi’s Jumeirah at Etihad Towers, for some top tips.  It’s all...

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It takes more than losing weight to feel healthy, look healthy and stay healthy.  With information coming at us from all sides, we all have our pick of diets and lifestyle choices. Whether it suits us and how long we will stick to any given plan is another matter altogether. That’s why I like the paleo method, simply because it’s a sustainable lifestyle, not just a diet. I started experimenting with this way of eating...

After taking up its digital space last year, livehealthy.ae met up with Dubai’s health and fitness community for an IRL launch at Native, the hip new gym and wellness space at Zabeel House Dubai. The event was organized by travel and wellness influencer (and livehealthy.ae contributor) Danae Mercer, who drew together a crowd of the city’s most popular fitness influencers. The group were introduced to Stick Mobility, a brand-new workout led by Rania Boucher and...

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Former Emirates cabin crew Shane Seery transformed his body and became a fitness coach after realizing his high-flying lifestyle had left him drained. Now he’s passing on his top tips for eating well on the go for livehealthy.ae readers. Hint: you don’t have to eat the airplane food. 1) Eat intuitively Don’t eat because you’re bored or because food is presented to you. Eat when you are actually hungry! I know this is easier said...

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No more telling yourself that pasta you ordered was probably prepared in a healthy way: under new regulations by Dubai Municipality (DM), all eateries are going to be required to list the calorie counts of their dishes, right there on the menu. Maria Abi Hanna and Nadine Tayara are dietitians who founded KeepEATReal to provide the local food and beverage industry with guidance on health and nutrition claims and menu development. We asked them to...