Keeping your brain hydrated!

Water is quite literally the source of life! It forms around 60- 80% of our bodies and is needed for a variety of different functions like regulating our body temperature and keeping certain areas (like our eyes!) moist. We also know that remaining hydrated can help us to prevent constipation, dry skin and even reduce…

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Getting to the ‘core’ of staff sickness

All disease starts in the gut Hippocrates Although made over 2000 years ago, there is a depth of new research showing that Hippocrates was in fact, very accurate within this statement. The importance of gut health Over the last 2 decades, we have learnt more and more about gut health and about its huge impact…

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Food, Mood and everything in between.

Following on from Mental Health Awareness Week (and Month) in May, I wanted to give you an overview of the information I shared throughout to help you make some small changes to your meals and mindset and hopefully improving how you feel. We know that 1 in 3 of us will suffer from a mental…

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3 ways to help you get to the ‘root cause’ of IBS

April is National IBS month so I wanted to share some advice and support to those 2 in 10 of us in the UK that suffer with it. Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common condition that affects the digestive system with the symptoms being a mix of things like stomach cramps, bloating, diarrhoea, constipation and…

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The Science behind Emotional Eating

Most of us have probably been there… exam stress that gets you reaching for the closest packet of chocolate biscuits or that break up that ends with a date night with your favourite pot of cookie dough ice cream. ‘Emotional eating’ is a term used to explain when we use food to soothe an emotional…

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