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Category: Diet & mood

The sabotage effect: When wanting to lose weight, many embark on a diet that means they can’t have any of their favourite foods. Banning favourite foods is too restrictive, it’s human nature to want the things you can’t have. Cutting out the chocolate or bread…

Bloating is caused when your body is unable to digest particular nutrients and gas is built up in the lower intestine. A diet rich in fruit, vegetables and healthy bacteria can help seal the gut lining and prevent bad bacteria, which is what causes bloating….

Approximately 1 in 4 of us will experience poor mental health in our lifetime, with depression, anxiety disorders and phobias being the most common challenges. Good mental health and wellbeing is recognised as being fundamental to physical health, relationships, education and training, work, and reaching…

Intuitive eating is a dietary concept that has become increasingly more common throughout the media. It encourages you to listen to your instincts and eat, what you want, when you want, whilst promoting variety and moderation. This way of eating is designed to focus on…

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…

Cravings: Perhaps you need that 3pm sugar rush to get you through the remainder of the working day, or watching TV at 9pm calls for your favourite crisps. But whatever your weakness, almost all of us experience cravings on a regular basis. Manufacturers create their…

Everybody knows that eating a healthy balanced diet will help to maintain a healthy body weight and decrease your risk of certain diseases such as diabetes, cancer and heart disease. However, what is commonly underestimated is the impact that a healthy diet can have on…

Mental health awareness is the health and wellbeing big-ticket item on the agenda this year. Because of this, holistically addressing wellbeing will help to make lasting and sustainable mental health improvements. Our data collection clearly shows that food affects mood and impacts on mental health….

It’s wise to choose foods that enable you to get the biggest bang for your buck. Eating foods with a high quantity and variety of nutrients will help to boost your health more than foods with little nutritional value.   KALE Vitamins C, A and…

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…

With Men’s Health Week running from 10-16 June, it’s a great opportunity to ask yourself, do you look after your health? Could you take better care of yourself? If the answer is yes, how would you begin to do so? According to a survey, 9…

Workplace health should be at the top of the priority list for each business, with the cost of an unhealthy workforce costing the economy an estimated £60 billion each year. This equates to an average business of 250 employees losing approximately £4800 per week due…