Eating the Rainbow

After being very busy with consults recently, I have discovered we as humans often consume a monochromatic, habitual diet. In other words, we are eating much of the same foods day in and day out. I think this has a heap to do with all the different dieting options available to us and, once we have made our preferred selection, we end up in a rut of restrictions and constraints. The end result is some seriously bland-looking meals that are consumed more out of routine than deliciousness.

Rachel Jesson
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The yin and yang of exercise

We used to think that lots of exercise was good for us. We were wrong. High volumes of endurance training, whether it is oriented towards aerobic or resistance training, can be very hard on our body.

Ian Craig
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Unhappy gut? Maybe you need more dietary fibre

If you feel constipated all the time or you’re not as regular as you’d like to be, you might be lacking in dietary fibre. Being irregular could also be due to the stress of modern-day life and low physical activity levels, but increasing your dietary fibre intake should give you some relief.

Simone do Carmo
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Lunch Box Ideas

Feeding our kids a wholesome nourishing meal at school has never been more important. If you would like your child to be able to sit still and concentrate during lessons, then it is vital that you feed them properly.

Rachel Jesson
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