Pai skincare has always been one of my fave skincare brands for clients with sensitive skin, so I was thrilled to be invited to cover Nutrition for their Wellness Week. We focused on Mood vs Food and the role food and our lifestyle can play on influencing our mood. It went super well - they were all so interested & enthusiastic in what I had to share with the group & they all so loved their goodies. Thanks to all the extremely generous healthy brands for making it easier to show the group my fave examples of the products and nutrients I discussed In the talk. I thought I'd share a few nuggets below, from my talk.Read More
Green smoothies are an ideal fat burning food as they are nutrient-rich, loaded with fibre and protein to keep you fuelled and full. However, there is an art to making a properly built smoothie.
These seven tips will help you create filling and delicious green smoothies....
I know I'm not reinventing the wheel here. Green smoothies are such a useful addition to our daily food plans as, when made correctly we can get a good whack of our daly protein, veg and fruit intake to boost our breakfast. I so often look for ideal recipe links to include on my patient's treatment plans and most times it's easier for me to make my own up as they will funnily enough, include all the elements I'm trying to encourage people to eat more of. So here's one of my fave properly built go-to green smoothies that I'm posting here especially for all of my SJH patients!Read More
I had the pleasure of addressing a lovely bunch of yoginis at The Little Yoga Studio London, today & gave a talk about overcoming stress. The group was so enthusiastic and really took the advice on board and it was so interesting to see that they were addressing so many amazing things with their yoga practise but found many areas lacking with their food.Read More
Do you get mad chocolate cravings, muscle cramps, anxiety, irritability, mood swings, trouble getting your z’s and constipation from time to time?? If any of these common complaints are ringing your bell then you may be low in magnesium.Read More