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Vitamin D
New Government Guidelines ‘Vitamin D supplements advised for everyone’, ran the BBC headline back in July, citing the government backed research now recommending that everyone ...
10 Time Saving Tips for Healthy Eating
For most of us, weekdays involve an endless to-do list with plenty of commitments to work, family and friends. This leaves very little time to ...
How to increase Thermogenesis! (fat burning)
How to increase thermogenesis (fat burning) Protein Protein takes more energy for the body to process, as opposed to fats or carbs, so the thermic ...
Are you feeling stressed?
Definition of stress Understanding what stress actually is and what you can do if your health is affected by it is essential for living an ...
Sleep – How to get the best nights sleep – zzz!
Does sleep matter? Sleep is food for the brain. During sleep, important body functions and brain activity occur. Skipping sleep can be harmful; you can ...
Why a simple salivary swob can unlock the secrets of your body and what it needs to live your life in the best possible health and prevent the onset of many diseases!
Many of my clients now choose to take a simple salivary swob to get their DNA analysed, from there I can create a bespoke lifestyle ...
The Second Spring – Managing Peri-menopause and Menopause years with diet and lifestyle
  In China, a woman’s menopause is called the ‘second spring’. It is viewed as a positive life stage. Northern Thailand have one of the ...
Keep Calm and Survive My PMS
What is PMS?   Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is the physical, psychological and behavioural symptoms that often occur in the days before a teenager’s or woman’s ...
Super Charging your Immunity
At this time of year, many of us will experience bouts of colds, infections, catarrh and similar concerns. Often we blame bugs as the cause ...
The Dirty Truth About Energy Drinks causing Stress, Anxiety and Depression
  Energy drinks are caffeinated soft drinks that claim to boost performance and endurance. Consumption of these products has been associated with a number of very ...
Eating for Memory and Concentration
  Much of today’s diet is highly processed and comes with an abundance of high fat, sugar and salt all beautifully packed up for us ...
Foods for Great Hair and to Prevent Hair Loss
Simple dietary changes can prevent distressing hair loss and thinning Hair loss can be down to hormonal changes, a medical condition, stress or nutritional deficiencies. ...
All About Anxiety
Everyone feels anxious at times, it’s part of the body’s fight or flight response and prepares you to act quickly in the face of danger.  ...
How to Optimise your Health and Wellbeing – FIT 8 Rehabilitation Personal Training Clinic
Experience the Difference, Feel the Change Every one of us can achieve and experience a profound sense of health and wellbeing by laying the foundation ...
ANAEMIA – signs and symptoms to look out for
  If you are a teenage girl in the UK you have an increased risk for developing iron-deficiency anaemia.  Current statistics in the UK show ...
Food for the Brain
  The escalation of mental ill-health represents one of the most concerning challenges in the 21st century burden of disease. The cost of mental ill ...
Food and how it affects your mood
Do you find life a struggle sometimes, with so much you need to do but no motivation to do it? You wake up and feel ...
Natural sugars versus sweeteners
Do you find yourself craving certain foods? Well if you do you’re not alone.  In my Nutrition clinic there’s not a day goes by when ...

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