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New Year New You

“Although no one can go back and make a brand new start, anyone can start from now and make a brand new ending.” ~ Carl Bard It’s that time of year again... people are making their New Year's resolutions - this year maybe you have vowed to make it to the gym more, or to eat more healthily, maybe you have decided that you are going to completely overhaul your diet when the 1st comes around or that you want to start saving more money.... there is something magical about a new year - having a fresh start - a new beginning - where you can turn the page and start a new chapter. Yet, as magical as new beginnings are, research indicates that the majority of New Year's resolutions do not stick. Why

What is a healthy diet?

If you ask someone that works in the field of nutrition, dietetics or even a medical professional, what a healthy diet is - they will often throw about words like "nutrient-dense foods", or "everything in moderation" or maybe "eating from all food-groups" or maybe they will even recommend specific ways of eating such as "plant-based" or "low-carb". When people talk about HEALTH when it comes to diets and food - they are often talking about which foods will maximise our PHYSICAL HEALTH. And yes - it is true - certain foods and ways of eating can and will improve our physical health significantly. However achieving optimum HEALTH does not involve just achieving optimum PHYSICAL HEALTH is a

Why deciding to change rarely works

“We become what we repeatedly do.” ― Sean Covey Many people decide that "tomorrow will be the day I start to eat more healthily" or "from next week I am going to start pushing forward in my professional life" or "from Tuesday I am going to start working out more" ... in other words they DECIDE that they would like to change some aspect of their life. Very often these individuals will stick to their decision to change for a day or two, until then their resolve gets weaker and weaker and suddenly - their willpower seems to completely wear off. Why does just deciding to change rarely work? - Because as humans, we are creatures of habit. A lot of what we do is habit driven. Our behaviours aro

Did you wake up with a food-hangover?

Have you ever woken up and felt horrible - your mind felt foggy, you felt lethargic, heavy, bloated and full and you also felt horribly guilty and angry at yourself? For a minute you might have questioned whether you had drunk a bit too much wine or gin the night before - but then you remember vividly that NO - it was just all the food you ate before you went to sleep. Maybe you just over-indulged at dinner time, or perhaps once you had one piece of cake you just had to have several more, or maybe coming home starving from a long-day at work you made your way through far more food than you wanted to.... you have a food-hangover. Many of my clients find themselves over-eating or binge-eatin


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