Sugar Cravings

I often get asked the question why do I have sugar cravings and how do I get rid of it? As with most things there is no one answer for everybody.  In this article I’m going to explain 1) the possible reasons for a sugar craving, 2) why is too much sugar is damaging the body 3) What is…
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Sugar

It’s time to start your life.

So the government has launched a new obesity strategy (Read here)  as a direct result of the coronavirus. This blog is not about the link between Covid 19 and metabolic disease of which obesity is a major driver of, but basic practical steps on how to start making a change to your diet and lifestyle. Previously I written about…
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Starting a fresh

Falling off the lifestyle wagon. 10 Tips for regaining control.

We all go through difficult and challenging times, and it is in these times when we really benefit from a good healthy all-round lifestyle. However, it is at these very times when we are much more likely to ‘fall off the wagon’. This is perfectly natural and completely understandable, your mind is elsewhere, you feel the need to ‘treat’…
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Lifestyle

The dreaded weight gain.

Have you gained a few pounds or are you struggling to let go of a few? The first step in re balancing the body is to set the foundations for weight loss to happen. Stress reduction – stress effects the body in a number of ways; if you are eating whilst stressed you won’t be able to digest your…
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weight gain

Boosting Business Performance Through 3 + 3 + 3.

To succeed in business every entrepreneur must have energy, ability and desire. Energy and resilience have taken its toll on many during the recent pandemic, and in the coming months both will be required in bucket loads. Energy + mental agility + elevated Mood = a fighting chance. So, here’s 3 top tips for each.  3 + 3 +…
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success

Why is everyone always talking about the gut?

What is the gut? The correct term is the gastrointestinal tract. This consists of; Alimentary Canal, Mouth, Pharynx, Oesophagus, Stomach, Small and Large intestine, Rectum and the Anus.  These are supported by our Teeth, Tongue, Liver, Gallbladder and the Pancreas. All areas need to be working effectively for good gut function. The main functions of the gut; The gut…
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