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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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Coconut oil may be a good alternative to vegetable oil or butter as it contains high levels of medium chain fatty acids, which may have a positive effect on body weight.
Bones are literally the support system that holds the body together - but they’re not just there to keep us upright, they also protect our organs, produce blood cells and allow our muscles to work efficiently.
If you haven't tried Crossfit, you’ll probably know someone who has. It’s taken the world by storm and it’s estimated that there are now over 11,000 Crossfit centres (known as ‘boxes’ ) in the world. So what is it and why the fuss?
With the new year just around the corner, 2018 may be the year you decide to sign up for a run – whether you go for a 5k, a half marathon or even the full 42.2km!
It’s now well recognised that mental wellbeing is equally as important as physical health for a long and fulfilled life. But what is mental wellbeing?
In need of some motivation to get moving? Try out these fun ways to exercise:
A gluten-free diet is essential for anyone with Coeliac’s Disease – a lifelong autoimmune disease in which the body reacts to the protein gluten (found in wheat, rye and barley). Symptoms of Coeliac’s Disease include bloating, diarrhoea, nausea, wind, constipation, tiredness, headaches, sudden or unexpected weight loss (but not in all cases), hair loss and anaemia. Around 1 in 100 people are thought to have the condition.
Health advice can be very confusing. Every day there is a new piece of advice from researchers, scientists and doctors claiming that X,Y and Z is bad for us. It’s impossible to keep up with all of the advice out there, so not surprisingly, a lot of us ignore it.
Burnout. Not something you have to worry about right? The type of stress you have is just something you have to deal with in your line of work or current situation perhaps? How about the fact that you’re struggling to get to sleep or waking up almost every night? Or perhaps you’ve noticed your weight is creeping up and up despite pounding the treadmill every morning before work?
This fibre packed dish will keep your digestive system healthy whilst keeping your stomach full!
A recent study has found that inactivity kills twice as many people as obesity. The study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that around 676,000 deaths each year were caused by inactivity, irrespective of body weight. The authors concluded that getting everyone to do at least 20 minutes of brisk walking a day would have substantial benefits and could save lives.
The sun may not always shine but stepping outside should definitely be a part of routine and relaxation.