With the forth coming New Year, many people include getting fit and improving their health as part of their New Years resolution. The most popular health resolutions include to quit smoking, lose weight, do more exercise, reduce alcohol & eat healthier.
These all are great commitments to improving your health, and this just goes to show how important you value your health and that of your family. Now, specifically about food and nutrition, what most people don't understand is that a simple diet, usually a very low calorie diet, may not help with overall long term health, and long term weight loss. Read More
Keep these handy remedies in your cabinet to fight off that cold, from herbs to fight the infection to supplements that help activate your own immune function. This year I did in deed get caught out with a cough and did not have any of this magical syrup to hand, but now I do. So if you don't want to get caught out like myself, take a look at these remedies & supplements and get stocking. Read More
Learn the main top tips for maximising the potential of your website including basic search engine optimisation. The great thing is that it is easy, if I can do it so can you! Gone are the days of having static websites, a little bit of 'tender loving care' now and again can make the world of difference and keep your clients engaged. Read More
Yesterday I had a craving for a walnut chocolate browning, but could I find a gluten free, diary free recipe I liked, with no processed sugar? So I created my own and added in some cinnamon for that extra warming feeling. Soaking the dates overnight makes it easier to combine with the liquid ingredients, however dates that are not soaked adds a nice crunchy texture along with the walnuts. Read More
Over the past few months I've seen articles with titles similar to 'This is what a nutritionist eats' or 'The food habits of a nutritionist' so obviously there is some general interest. I'm curious as to why there is this interest, perhaps so people can compare their food choices to that of person with knowledge of nutrition, but to what avail?
Does it make people feel inadequate when they see green smoothies for breakfast or steamed fish & veg for lunch? Perhaps they feel there is no way they can move from their current food choices to follow what someone else is eating and so do nothing at all. When something is far out of reach, the common attitude is to not try at all.