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Category: Diet & mood

You may begin to see unusual and unexpected facial hair on men throughout November; this is a sign of support for Movember. Movember foundation’s aim is to raise awareness around 3 key areas of men’s health – prostate cancer, testicular cancer and mental health and…

Mental Health has a significant impact on all of us and should not be tossed aside when it comes to the difference it can make when made a priority for all employees. 2020 has been a challenging year for everyone’s mental health, with many lifestyle changes…

Each year, the British Nutrition Foundation holds a healthy eating week. This year healthy eating week runs from 28 September – 4 October. Each day of the week will focus on an aspect of a healthy lifestyle, breaking the week up into small goals. The…

Snacking can be something we do without even realising it, and can often be on foods high in salt, sugar and fat. Many of these choices will hinder our overall health and wellbeing, as well as provide little in the way of energy and nutrition….

Eating well doesn’t just boost your strength – the nutrients in food are also excellent fuel for the brain. A newly published study showed eating fruit and vegetables improved mental well-being. Subjects tended to feel happier, less worried, and reported higher levels of overall life…

Yo-yo dieting has become the norm among many of us; shedding excess weight to feel confident on your beach holiday, to pile it all back on again over Christmas/stressful job/too little time/lack of exercise/difficult schedule etc etc etc. Going on another strict calorie controlled diet…

Social pressure and maintenance can be stressful at times, particularly if you feel that you maybe slipping back into old bad habits. However, it can be easy managed, you just need to be in control. If you feel you are slipping, acknowledge it and take…

If you are rushing around like a headless chicken first thing in the morning, your cortisol and stress levels will be almost at maximum before the day has really begun. High levels of stress and adrenaline will leave you feeling depleted later in the day….

With all of the negativity and doubt swirling around us at the moment, it is hardly surprising that we are seeking out foods that give us instant gratification. These foods just tend to be not very helpful when it comes to our overall health, wellness…

Originally created by a wellbeing therapy organisation, National Growing for Wellbeing week runs from 1-7 June this year. This is a week to celebrate the magic of growing your own produce and the benefits that can come with doing so – both physical and mental….

Mental Health Awareness Week (18-24 May) is to carry ever more significance this year with the current pandemic testing the mental health of many of us. Anxiety, depression, isolation and loneliness will all become more prevalent among the population throughout this challenging time. Nurturing our…

With National Vegetarian Week arriving 11-17 May, we thought we would highlight the benefits of going meat-free from time to time. The amount of meat we eat has quadrupled in the last 50 years, with meals rarely being consumed without it. So what good can come…