How to eat healthy at work?
Do you work in a busy work environments. Do you find yourself short on time constantly juggling priorities.
Is it undermining your ability to eat healthy? Are you feeling the effects – poor concentration, lacking energy, low motivation?
To help you stay on track, here are 8 key tips for sustaining healthy eating when you are at work.
How to consciously manage energy levels?
Do you too often find yourself feeling as if you have too much to do with too little time to do it in? Have you wondered why?
It is taken as a given that we live in busy fast paced world. It is taken as a given that we likely have a lot to do.
However surely there has to be strategies that offer hope to those us struggling with fatigue?
Strategies that will help us better manage our energy levels and reduce the risk of fatigue?
This is exactly what I was asked recently by Huffington Post Lifestyle Editor Leigh Campbell?
For my reply please read on.
What are the habits of healthy people?
What are the habits that put and keep us on a path for having the best chance of achieving and sustaining wellbeing?
Refresh & Spring Clean your Health.
Spring is about renewal, about new beginnings.
It makes it the perfect time to refresh your health.
Listen to your body. Prevention is better than cure.
The body’s aim is to maintain balance across its systems that together comprise your body.
These systems are interconnected and interdependent.
The body constantly monitors these systems to determine if they are in balance. If it finds them out of balance, it makes adjustments to bring them back into balance
What to know more? Read on.
Is chocolate good for your health, specifically your heart health.
A recent study published in BMJ (British Medical Journal) appears to suggest eating a small amount of chocolate each day may not increase your risk of cardiovascular disease.
What the? Can this really be true? Or is there more to this than first appears?
Read on for the low down.
Common food myths.
Yes, food and nutrition myths do exist. How they come about I am not always sure.
What I know, is that once they can get deeply embedded into people’s beliefs, so naturally they are thought to be fact.
Let’s review some of the more common one’s I come across.
Is there is a link between BMI and cancer?
We know obesity has a link to high blood pressure, blood sugar issues and heart problems.
We know obesity has the potential to undermine our health.
A recent study has highlighted the link between cancer and BMI.
To understand more read on.
Nourish your health … or should it be nourish your genes.
I am sure you know nutrition and lifestyle choices impact the quality of health.
However did you know that nutrition and lifestyle choices can influence your health through your genes?
Enter stage left a new term, nutrigenomics. An important new area of study that will be instrumental in helping us uncover new strategies for preventing or treating disease.
Want to know more? Read on.
Great food swaps.
We are so often told not to eat a food, however we are not often told what to replace it with.
Here is some practical based guidance on 3 categories of food swaps you can try.