In this video series Kate Cook, Nutritionist, author and international keynote speaker, looks at how food and nutrition influence our mood and even our mental health.
In this video series Kate Cook, Nutritionist, author and international keynote speaker, looks at how food and nutrition influence our mood and even our mental health. Watch this video about food foundation for mental resilience.
According to the NHS, someone in the UK has a heart attack every two minutes and one in three of those people die within 24 hours of the attack. But it doesn’t have to be that way- the majority of heart attacks in people under the age of 75 are avoidable. How is your heart… Read more
It seems that every other person has invested in a Nutri-bullet blender or similar. Machines like this keep the pulp of the fruit and veg as opposed to a juicer which extracts the juice but leaves the pulp to be thrown away. Whilst the juice will give you nutrients, it is more useful to have the… Read more
Do you enjoy juicing? Take a look at my Top 10 Juicing Tips. Tip 1 If your juicer has a pulp bin, line it with a bag before you start for easy cleaning. Tip 2 Drink your juice as soon as possible after it is made to maximise nutrient content. If you make a double… Read more
How do you get Vitamin D? Sunshine and diet are most common. However just 10 per cent of vitamin D is available through diet and during the months of October to May in the UK, the sun’s UVB rays aren’t strong enough for the skin to synthesise into vitamin D, even on a sunny day…. Read more
Introducing Dr Rosy Daniel and the ‘Life Energy Management’ concept – the newest idea in Leadership Coaching and Organisational Consultancy What is Life Energy Management? The definition of energy is ‘the strength and vitality required for sustained physical or mental activity’. In physics energy is defined as ‘the capacity of a physical system… Read more
As we export our Western Diet to other countries we bestow on them the poison chalice of Diabetes Type 2 – How to stop this crisis in Three words? Eat Real Food. Make the change. To find out more take a look at this article from the BBC http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-35959554 ‘The WHO report said the solution… Read more
If diabetes was classed as an infectious disease being passed throughout the population, then we would say that we are in the midst of an epidemic. The number of people living with diabetes in the UK has soared by 59.8 per cent in a decade according to analysis by Diabetes UK. Not included in this… Read more
When the business case for wellbeing in companies is emerging as significant and the evidence of having a healthy workforce is growing, why does there seem to be a gulf between talking about the benefits of having wellness programmes at work and actually engaging in a proper, measured, strategic approach? Would you have workers who… Read more