Well maybe you should! I was skyping with my parents in Germany when they mentioned that they are doing a dance course. They are in their 60s and can both dance (like all East Germans!) but they thought it would be a fun thing to do, and gets them active. What a good idea! And… Continue reading I Don’t Feel Like Dancin’
As I was having a full-caf coffee this morning I was wondering what the truth about coffee being bad for you really is. During my nutrition and supplement training I learned that caffeine boosts your metabolism and a supplement that does just that is included in our C9 and FIT15 programmes. So I thought, time… Continue reading Coffee – how bad is it really?
So after writing lifestyle blogs for the last two weeks, I thought it was time for another one about a specific Vitamin. And I went for the one that is best known. It actually is the most searched vitamin on the internet! I used to buy it as an effervescent tablet from Sainsbury’s but since… Continue reading The Truth about Vitamin C
Sleeping like a baby. Wouldn’t we all like that? Sleep is definitely a part of a healthy lifestyle and the recent BBC documentary on sleep got me interested in this. Did you watch it? “The Truth about… Sleep”. It’s still on BBC iplayer and definitely worth a watch. But if you don’t have time to… Continue reading Zzzzzzzzzzzz…
“All disease begins in the gut.”– Hippocrates said this more than 2,000 years ago, but we’re only now coming to understand just how right he was. Research over the past two decades has revealed that gut health is critical to overall health. When your gut is unhealthy, it can cause more than just stomach pain,… Continue reading Gutted
We are constantly told to stop using salt, it’s bad for you. But when I went to my nutrition and supplement training I was surprised to hear that we actually need it! We just have too much of it! Salt – also called Sodium – assists with the regulation of the body’s water content. And… Continue reading To Salt or not to Salt
As we’ve got pets and kids and genuinely believe that they are healthier for it, I thought it was worth looking into this a bit more for some facts. It is estimated that 46% of households in the UK have pets, with dogs and then cats the most common animals. And there have been a… Continue reading Kids and Pets