Ageing and weight gain: is it inevitable?

Too many people are led to believe that ageing and weight gain go hand in hand.

The thing is, if this was the case, everyone would put on weight as they aged – and this does not happen. While it’s true that our body does change as we grow older, gaining weight with age is anything but inevitable.

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How stress impacts your food choices

I have never believed that weight-loss or weight management is as simple as calories in versus calories out. Our bodies are not inert and what contributes to how we nourish ourselves includes what can be complex cultural, psychological and environmental factors. What, and how much you eat, as well as moving your body regularly aren’t […]

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Walking – The Forgotten Movement

Everywhere you turn these days it appears there is a new exercise trend and while I’m all for finding different ways to keep moving – there is one way to move that’s free, great for your heart, soul and always accessible – walking! No need for a membership, or special equipment – the best part […]

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Feeling The Winter Blues? Feel Good Factors To Help You Through To Spring

Feel good foods There are numerous foods linked with enhancing mood, the most famous, of course being chocolate. Dark chocolate in particular is high in the amino acid tryptophan. Tryptophan is one of 10 essential amino acids, the building blocks of proteins. It serves as a precursor for serotonin, a neurotransmitter that helps the body […]

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5 Tips to save your skin this winter

Dry, flakey skin doesn’t have to be your reality this winter. Here are our five top tips for glowing skin this winter. Hydrate Skin loves hydration! Your skin is your biggest organ and it needs a steady supply of fluid to stay hydrated, plump and glowing. Ensure that you are drinking plenty of filtered water, […]

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The Science and Impact of Rushing

Rushing Woman’s Syndrome  is the name of the second book I wrote in 2011. The book initially evolved out of my observation of a shift in women’s health and behaviour in my practice over the previous 16 years. Never before in my work had I witnessed so many females in a rush to do everything […]

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