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sugar awareness

From 11th – 17th November it is Sugar Awareness Week – it is now recommended that our intake of free sugars should not exceed 5% of total energy intake each day. But there is lots of confusion around this, with many of us not knowing…

Healthy living sign with wooden cubes on a table

Are you ready to embark on a healthier lifestyle? Below are steps for how you can get there! The British Nutrition Foundation have put together a planner to help you on the way to a healthier lifestyle.  Try something new, swap old habits for healthier ones…

The Quality Calorie (QC) Concept 

What is the Quality Calorie (QC) concept? The British Nutrition Foundation Quality Calorie (QC) concept encourages us to not just look at the number of calories we consume, but also the quality of our diet. This is with the aim to help us on the path to…

Vegetables are a great way to aid weight maintenance or weight loss, as well as providing your body with many essential phytonutrients, vitamins and fibre. However, many of us struggle to get our recommended amount. This can be down to a disliking for many veggies,…

Mental Health has a significant impact on the workplace and should not be tossed aside when it comes to the difference it can make when made a priority for all employees. The importance of mental health has been brought to the forefront year on year,…

Highly processed foods contain highly quantities of salt, fat and sugar, all of which has a negative impact on your health. They also contain little to no vitamins, minerals or fibre, which are vital for health and wellbeing. Each time you choose to consume highly…

Dropping into a fast food outlet can happen more often than some of us would like to admit. Whilst the occasional fast food meal won’t do much damage, making it a regular habit could have some serious health consequences. Read on to find out the…

Longer days and sunshine often prompts us to dine outside if we have the option. So why not grab your friends and family and create some of the following delicious recipes to enjoy in the summer sun. Kale Crisps Serves 2 Ingredients – Approximately ½…

Blueberries have amazing properties to boost your focus, concentration and therefore your performance. Recent research shows that blueberries out perform bananas and other fruits with the ability to boost your brain power. How does it work?  Simply, blueberries increase the blood flow to the brain…

It has become increasingly apparent that to become a successful and innovative organisation health and wellbeing is a key focus. By making employee health a worthwhile investment, the tangible benefits have been highlighted within many studies and government publications. Benefits include performance, engagement, recruitment, productivity…

National Picnic Week is upon us, running from 21-30 June. Although we can only hope for sunshine, we can plan for the foods we will eat. Picnics are a fantastic opportunity to try lots of new things if your foods choices are often limited. Make…

Switch off screens as bedtime: One good substitution is reading. Reading an old-fashioned, printed book under lamplight (as opposed to bright overhead lighting) is a great choice. And using an e-ink e-reader (like the Kindle Paperwhite, as opposed to the Kindle Fire) is also a good idea,…