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I’m fed up of feeling bloated & gassy after eating – should I cut out carbohydrates?

Are you feeling bloated and gassy after meals? It’s a horrible and uncomfortable way to feel. And to be honest with you, I sometimes feel like that after eating certain foods. In the past, before I really got on top of a personalised diet that works for me, I used …

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Help! I’m over 40 and can’t shift this weight – is it my age?

Are you over 40 and you’ve got stubborn fat that just won’t remove itself, you just can’t shed it? It’s definitely not your age – that’s one thing I will say. Of course, our metabolism slows down as we get older, but getting older is not an excuse to gain …

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Are you too busy to worry about your health?

You’re too busy to worry about your health, but there is a little niggling anxiety that maybe what you’re doing is going to cost you further down the line. If that’s the case I think it’s a good little niggle to have. What I’m really concerned about is my own …

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How to make your health your number one priority

This week’s blog is about why should you prioritise your health. You might be young, you might be in your 30s, 40s, maybe in your 50s and it’s easy to think I’ve got 40/50 years left of life to live. Why should I be worried about my health? Why can’t …

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Why a one-size-fits-all approach doesn’t work

The old adage, one size does not fit all has never been truer. We now know that there are so many things that affect our body composition and it wouldn’t be wise to follow the same advice for example, at work, for my mum or my friend or the person …

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Sleep, DNA and your health – how are they linked?

Did you know that sleep deprivation profoundly affects your genes, and your gene expression? Let me explain how a recent study was conducted amongst a group of healthy doctors, and they noticed that in those doctors who worked the night shift – so their sleep pattern was very disrupted and …

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Is stress bad for your body and wellbeing?

Is stress bad for your mind, your body, and your wellbeing? The answer, of course, is yes. But why? When we’re in a stressed state, we release different hormones, predominately cortisol, which can have a negative effect on our body composition because cortisol instructs the liver to secrete glucose into …

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The importance of putting yourself first

I was listening to a podcast this week and the person being interviewed was Vishen Lakhiani, the CEO of Mindvalley. They do seminars, a month-long retreat in various different parts of Europe, they also have a university. Mindvalley is a large company and has grown from acorns – when Vishen …

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How investing in yourself can make you more successful

This week I want to talk to you about the principle or the concept of successful people invest. In the six plus years that I’ve been in this industry and from my own personal experience, I have seen this time and time again. When you invest in something, it gives …

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5 steps to help set achievable health goals and succeed!

This week’s blog is about how to make your goals a success. You’re two weeks into January – I hope you’re doing well with your resolutions and your goals. You may have found you’ve already had a little bit of a wobble. However, whatever stage you’re at, I want to …

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