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6 Reasons why we ALL need a Coach.

1. Someone to talk to We all need someone to talk to, to talk things through with and to bounce ideas off. But, sometimes it’s easier to talk to someone who is not that close to us or who is part of our family of friends network. Someone that doesn’t necessarily know all of the…

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February 27, 2017

4 Tips to Recharge your Willpower Battery

  Tip 1: Don’t set yourself too many goals. Doing this just leads to overwhelm and you end up achieving nothing. Make your priority to just tackle 1-2 things and focus on these 100%. Tip 2: Understand that Willpower is really all about ‘WHY’power. It’s so easy to set yourself goals… ‘I want to lose…

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January 9, 2017

5 Tips to Help You Restore and Maintain Your Gut Health

1. Take a Quality Probiotic In 1907, Nobel Laureate, Elie Metchnikoff introduced the concept of probiotics. He published a groundbreaking study that linked longevity with consuming fermented milk that contained Lactobacilli, a bacterial strain that produces lactic acid and helps maintain healthy intestinal microflora.[10][11] Today, probiotics supplements are available at health food, grocery, and online…

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December 28, 2016

Healthy Christmas Snacks

Make open-top mince pies – using less pastry cuts down on calories and fat. Alternatively, use filo pastry, which is thinner and lower in calories than traditional pastry. One sheet of puff pastry has 620kcal, while two sheets of filo have 80kcal. Add finely chopped apple to the mincemeat to make it fluffier and slightly…

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December 14, 2016

5 Tips to Stay Healthy Over Christmas

1. Limit the pig outs! Keep those wildly-overindulgent days to a minimum, say three days – the day you finish up at work, Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve. One or two day’s real overeating (when your stomach feels as if it will burst) won’t be bad but a month of festive feeding will pile…

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December 7, 2016

Exercising as we age

Like most people, you’ve probably heard that physical activity and exercise are good for you. In fact, being physically active on a regular basis is one of the healthiest things you can do for yourself. Studies have shown that exercise provides many health benefits and that older adults can gain a lot by staying physically…

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November 30, 2016

Five Principles of Metabolic Effect & Rest Based Living

It’s all about ME, meaning you. The only program that works is the one that fits your metabolism, psychological sensitivities and personal preferences. For every crazy diet or exercise program in existence, you will find someone it works for. It does not matter if it is Weight Watchers, Atkins, or The Twinkie Diet, you are…

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November 23, 2016

Health Benefits of Green Tea

Green tea is the healthiest beverage on the planet. It is loaded with antioxidants and nutrients that have powerful effects on the body. This includes improved brain function, fat loss, a lower risk of cancer and many other incredible benefits. Here just some of the great health benefits of green tea that have been confirmed…

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November 16, 2016

10 Tips on foot care (with special advice for 60+)

Courtesy of the NHS Your feet take the weight of your whole body, so foot problems can quickly lead to discomfort and affect the way you walk. This can in turn cause knee, hip and back pain. Research from The College of Podiatry shows that nine in 10 of us experience some sort of foot…

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November 2, 2016

Treating Sports Injuries

Courtesy of the NHS Treatment for a sports injury will depend on factors such as how severe the injury is and the part of your body affected. Some general treatments that may be helpful for your injury are described below. PRICE therapy Minor injuries, such as mild sprains and strains, can often be initially treated…

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October 26, 2016
I Just wanted to say a big thank you to all 3 of you, Sam, Jo and yourself for a great 9 week programme. As someone who isn't keen on moving and is a carb addict, it's been a miracle that I stuck to it. It was easy to stay committed as I never felt pressured or awkward. The shorter classes, gentle encouragement and your belief in me made it much more doable. The recipes were really helpful a
Neeta Chauhan
 
 
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