Should we be eating red meat? With the recent report by the World Health Organisation warning that processed meat and possibly red meat can cause cancer I guess there will be many people out there tempted to turn vegetarian? Don’t do anything rash!! I have put together a few Do’s and a few Don’t here … Read More
Symptoms of poor digestion not only cause discomfort but are a clear indication that you are not digesting your food properly or effectively absorbing their nutrients. Here are 7 simple things you can do to start to improve your digestion now. 1. Start the day with hot lemon and ginger A mug of fresh hot … Read More
In a fit of enthusiasm and determination to lose weight it is very easy to fall into the trap of setting rules and regulations which may be both punishing and difficult to sustain and which may inadvertently promote weight gain. I hope these 7 tips will help put you straight on some common pit fall. … Read More
In his defence of a recent attack on the food industry by NHS chief Mr Stevens to cut sugar or face regulation, Ian Wright director general of the food and Drink Federation claimed that there was no link between sugar intake and type 2 diabetes, heart health or cancer. He made it clear that it … Read More
The WHO is recommending we cut sugar to 5% of our daily intake. Many people including some, ‘dieticians,’ are saying this is unrealistic! I would say that this is simply not the case and if we are serious about cutting the risk of heart disease, Type 2 diabetes and tacking obesity we simply have to take this on … Read More
Detox – The Good, The Bad and The Extreme.
There is a happy medium you know!
The most common complaint that I get from clients is low energy and feeling tired all the time. Have you ever stopped to think about how energy is produced in the body and what the basic building blocks are? If not then read on…