How your nutrition and lifestyle impact the way you think at work
I need to start with a bold statement: You can't afford to eat and live in a less than optimal way.
Everybody was affected by Covid-19 and the worldwide lockdown in one way or another. I wanted to find out how changes in diet and lifestyle can help mood, stress, focus and other wellbeing factors.
A meatless stuffed pepper recipe in which roasted peppers are filled with a bright and zesty mixture of spinach, chickpeas, goats cheese, and fresh herbs.
In the light of the Coronavirus pandemic, companies asking their staff to work from home. Call me an optimist but I think this is the perfect opportunity to look after yourself! Here are a few tips...
These delicious little no bake energy bites are the perfect healthy snack!
Loaded with manganese, magnesium and fibre; nicely balanced protein (about 25%), slow releasing carbs and good fats they are filling yet sweet enough to be a nice treat.
Do you miss your favourite wrap at lunch time? I'd bet this one is much nicer! Only a handful of ingredients, filling and good for you!
Working from home gives you a great opportunity to eat well! Today it's all about warming up, it's cold! - Try a filling vegetable soup!
If you like sweet desserts as much as I do but still prefer a quick and fairly healthy treat at the end of your meal, read on...
GUEST BLOG - STEPHANIE CHIVERS, habit and addiction specialist
Ok, please just give me 5 mins of your time. I am not the fun police and I don’t preach abstinence. I just want you to make an informed choice about what you put into your body.
Many of my clients see me because they suffer from bloating after a meal. They feel uncomfortable, like they have eaten a massive portion even if they only had a small meal. They feel tired, sluggish and have difficulties getting on with their day. If that sounds familiar, try the following strategies: