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Category: Hydration

May is Global Employee Health & Fitness Month, so take the opportunity to promote healthy habits, instigate a balanced diet, plenty of exercise and boosted wellness and energy within your workplace.   What could happen if you let your health and wellness take a backseat?…

Water is vital for all of us to remain healthy and functioning at our best, we require between 1.5-2 litres of water each day, and more if we are exercising, have a strenuous lifestyle or are experiencing hot weather. But sometimes we find ourselves struggling…

Annual World Health Day arrives on the 7thApril, a day brought about under the sponsorship of the World Health Organization (WHO). This is an annual reminder to highlight the importance of health and wellbeing throughout you, your family, friends and workplace. Maintaining and nurturing your…

Good nutrition and adequate hydration is essential when it comes to basic functioning, let alone performing at your best. Nutrition and hydration enables your body to function, grow, repair and build. No single nutrient enables your body to achieve all of these, which is why…

Food Eliminate processed foods Eat plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables Choose lean protein such turkey or chicken Eat fish twice per week Drink 1.5 – 2 litres of water each day Limit tea and coffee to 4 cups per day Consume no more than…

Everyone has a basal metabolic rate; this is the number of calories your body burns to keep alive, including breathing and maintaining the required body temperature. There are certain foods that have been shown to boost your metabolic rate. These foods create a ‘thermic effect’,…

An imbalance in hormones can lead to a vast array of unpleasant side effects. Symptoms of hormone imbalances can include: Unexplained weight change Excessive sweating Difficulty sleeping Dry skin Blood pressure changes Changes in heart rate Weak or brittle bones Blood sugar changes Irritability and…

The 7th April is World Health Day, and therefore a great opportunity to further instigate health and wellbeing throughout your family, friends, workplace and of course, yourself. World Health Day was brought about under the sponsorship of the World Health Organization (WHO), having the day…

Nutrition and Hydration Week aims to highlight improvements in the provision of nutrition and hydration locally, nationally and globally. Encouraging your workforce to get involved with this event will help to promote this healthy message, encouraging positive choices when it comes to your food and…

March is National Caffeine Awareness Month. The vast majority of us consume caffeine on a daily basis, usually from tea and coffee, but also from energy drinks and soft drinks.   Caffeine is a regular when it comes to tabloid headlines, with opposing findings and…

Stress can take on many forms and can be caused by a multitude of things. For example; anxiety, depression, phobias, physical health, work and social life, personal life, self confidence and self esteem can all have a significant impact on our stress levels. Stress in…

The 18-24 September is National Know Your Numbers Week, a campaign created by Blood Pressure UK. Knowing your numbers will give you a reflection on your current health status and highlight any risks you may be vulnerable to, many of which you may be unaware…