Changing eating habits is hard and deeply personal. One of the ways that you can plan for success when you make changes to your diet, or even if you are just a very busy person wanting to eat healthy, is to plan your meals on a weekly basis. A good time might be a Saturday where you can allocate an hour or perhaps you prefer to have two slots in the week, allocating half an hour to each and planning 3-4 days at a time. Here’s how to do it:Read More
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I am delighted to announce that I have launched a new service due to rising demand from my clients. I recognise how difficult it is to make the necessary changes to your diet when:
You are super busy
You need to accommodate food intolerances
You have been told to follow a specialist diet like low GL for weight loss or low FODMAP for digestive complaints.
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In the past, you may have tried many times to achieve your ideal weight and fitness goals. What usually tends to happen when you embark on a new diet is that you start out feeling motivated, you've told yourself off for overeating in the past and embarked on a strict new regime and you are 100 % committed. You may set off well, achieving initial weight loss, however pretty soon you reach a plateau, maybe you get your period, have an eating binge and think you’ve gained weight as a consequence, you feel bored with the restricted food you are eating or simply too hungry with uncontrollable cravings. And then, in a flash - you 'drop off the wagon'. After a few days you re-gain all the weight you lost (maybe more), you return to unhealthy ways of eating and then declare that nothing works. You may have told yourself that you cannot change, that things will always be this way and that change is too difficult. Does this sound familiar?Read More
When we want to make healthy decisions around food choice, whether it's to improve digestion, improve hormone balance, lose weight or just feel better tomorrow, we often talk about willpower and whether we do or don't possess it.Read More
There's a lot of discussion these days about the importance of having a good balance of gut bacteria for general good health. It used to be that we thought of good bacteria as necessary for a healthy digestive and immune system. However nowadays research shows that a diversity of gut bacteria helps to reduce anxiety, improve cholesterol, encourage weight loss and generally help inflammatory conditions as they heal the gut.
Here 4 simple tips on what to add to your diet to boost the bacteria levels.Read More