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During your 12 week Weight Loss programme, we'll step you through simple practical skills and techniques for managing your weight and overcoming your weight loss challenges. We'll focus on the essentials of sustainable weight loss through healthy nutrition choices and the importance of physical... Read more
Your 12 week Building Stress Resilience programme will step you through simple practical skills and techniques for managing stress and building resilience. We'll focus on identifying your stressors, taking control of stress and the importance of physical health for preventing against stress-... Read more
Your 12 week Healthy Ageing programme will help you to look after your health for life - after all, health is the most important thing we have. In this programme you'll learn about assessing your health and setting lifestyle goals, improving your health through diet, activity and stress... Read more
The 12 week Better Sleep programme will look at understanding how sleep plays an important role in your overall mental and physical health. We’ll step through how your lifestyle behaviours impact the quality of your sleep, and give practical advice and techniques for getting a better nights... Read more
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Less than one eighth of visits to family doctors include advice about nutrition, a poll from the US has found. What’s more worrying, is that less than 25% of doctors say they have sufficient training to advise patients at all.
When the first Commonwealth Games began in Hampton in 1930, it featured just six sports - Athletics, Aquatics (Swimming & Diving), Boxing, Lawn Bowls, Rowing, and Wrestling. Now, there are 17 sports on offer, including hockey, lawn bowls, rugby 7s and ten pin bowling. We’ve chosen three of the lesser known Commonwealth sports and take a look at how you can get involved.
It’s probably no surprise that a high salt diet can negatively impact blood pressure. But, did you know a potassium rich diet can help reverse salts negative impacts?
Smokers often believe that having a cigarette makes them feel happier and relieves tension, however, research suggests the opposite.
It’s not a myth that breakfast really is the most important meal of the day. Having been asleep for anywhere between 6 and 10 hours, all of the body’s reactions have slowed down and energy flow has decreased.
Depression is on the rise, now affecting 5 – 10% of people worldwide. Research has shown that diet has an effect on mental health as a strong link between folates (folic acid) and depression has been found.
Dark mornings and diminishing daylight hours can cast a shadow over the sunniest of dispositions.
Getting home after a long day at work, most of us want to change into our comfiest, baggiest clothes, rest on the sofa and put our feet up. More often than not, standing in the kitchen and cooking a time-consuming meal isn’t at the top of our list… but food is good, and very necessary.
Having a healthy, strong and flexible back is one of those things we often take for granted – until we’re faced with pain or injury.
Last week saw the tragic story of a young girl who died following an overdose of diet pills. The 21 year old had bought the pills containing a toxic ingredient known as DNP online and took eight tablets. Two pills would have been enough to have had a fatal effect according to experts.
New research has suggested that being lonely may be worse for your health than being obese – with those who experience ‘chronic loneliness’ having a 14% increased risk of early death. Despite often being associated with old age, loneliness is also common amongst younger adults – with 10% of adults in the UK saying that they feel lonely on a regular basis.
This spicy healthy take on the classic Southern Asian dish is a great mid-week meal.
Our goal is to improve the quality of life of our members through better health. We strive to make improving your health simple. We aim to support you with motivational, intelligent coaching, plans personalised to your needs, and health information based on research.