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Be Brave or Be Braver??

In 2016 I ran my first ever event – Midlife Mayhem – Reclaim Your Mojo! It was the scariest thing I think I’ve ever had to do (well almost, there was one other event in my life which took much much more courage but that’s a whole other story). The event was not for profit…

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October 22, 2018

Do you have problems in making a decision?

It’s really easy to put off making a decision. It’s easy to say, I’ll just think about it or maybe I’ll just wait until I’ve talked it through with my best friend, my mum, my husband or maybe a colleague. Trouble is these people are not you and they will have their own agenda, their…

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October 16, 2018

Is it possible to thrive and decline at the same time?

When I was out walking my dog, Sherbert, as I do every morning I spotted this plant. ( Walking early is SO good for my soul – I highly recommend it as a habit to develop l!) What’s interesting is the different stages that this individual plant is in. Partly still flowering, partly sending out…

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August 23, 2018

It’s only a few Spots….nothing serious.

My poor little girl was poorly last week and it all started with a few spots on her tummy. At first, I thought it was just gnat bites but after she started really complaining about the pain I realized that there was more to this. I went to the chemist to get their opinion and…

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June 25, 2018

Getting to the root cause.

I spent most of this weekend in my garden, something I’d been putting off for a while as I knew it was going to take a bit of time and also a bit of energy as there were a couple of shrubs that needed to be taken out.   Having cut them back a while ago…

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June 4, 2018

Why do we find it easier to say I LOVE YOU than I LOVE ME?

    February, traditionally the month of love. A month our thoughts turn to hearts and flowers, secret cards and engagement rings!! We think about the people we love and show them how much they mean to us but why do we find it so hard to show ourselves Love and to tell ourselves on…

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January 31, 2018

January – Time For A Change?

  January – traditionally the month where we decide; ‘This Year, things are going to be different’. Whether it’s the usual, I’m going to lose weight this year, get fit or be more organised, it all starts with making a change to your routines and your habits. Change; Always sounds easy and in theory it…

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January 1, 2018

Exercise and Brain Health

            <h2 style=”text-align: center;”><a href=”http://metaboliceffectuk.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/brain-and-weights.jpg”><img class=”aligncenter size-medium wp-image-1585″ src=”http://metaboliceffectuk.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/brain-and-weights-300×200.jpg” alt=”” width=”300″ height=”200″ /></a></h2> <h2><strong>Aerobic Exercise and Brain Optimization:</strong></h2> Aerobic training also has plenty of evidence showing that it attenuates brain atrophy and cognitive decline, with positive effects observed for motor function, cognitive speed, delayed memory functions and auditory and visual attention.  As cardiorespiratory fitness improves, so does…

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April 6, 2017

Always Hungry? Using food to control hunger…yes really!

The feeling of filling up from a meal is controlled by stretch receptors in the stomach and hormones. Both signal the brain it is time to stop eating.  This short-term hunger alleviation is called satiation. Satiety is the ability to feel full and satisfied over the long-term. Satiation and satiety have taken a back seat…

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April 1, 2017

3 Things about Menopause every lady should know.

Menopause can be one of the most disruptive and bewildering times in a woman’s life. Although the focus of much discussion regarding menopause tends to center around the lady hormones estrogen and progesterone, it would serve us well to extend our conversation to exactly what these hormones do, and what implications changes to them have…

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March 27, 2017
I have been training with Lisa for 8 months. I came to her to help me resolve aching knees and ankles from playing tennis. Not only has she enabled me to improve that situation, but my fitness levels overall have improved dramatically, and I am now able to run approx 8k, something which I have never before been able to do. Lisa is always encouraging, and thoughtful about making the workout vari
Lizzie
 
 
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