Posts filed under: Nutrition

Walking Your Way to Better Health

May is National Walking month, so it seems a great time to highlight its benefits. I love walking and it is something I have done daily for years, largely thanks...

Manage Stress in the Menopause

I am joined in my latest blog by the amazing Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) coach Michelle Milton. Between us we will look at 2 approaches to manage stress. During the...

DRY JANUARY 2022

DRY JANUARY 2022 It’s another new year (happy New Year by the way!) and another push for Dry January. If you have felt like the picture above a few too...

5 Tips To Help Improve Sleep In The Menopause

Sleep in the menopausal years Changing hormones in the menopause create sleep issues for a lot of women. A Sunday Times survey reported 65 per cent of 45-54 year olds...

Menopause: 5 Tips to Manage Your Menopause

World Menopause Day is on 18th October, raising awareness about all aspects of the menopause. To celebrate this I have decided to focus on 5 simple tips to help you...

Is organic food better for me?

Is organic food better for me? The Soil Association launches Organic September this month, which highlights the benefits of organic food and farming. Organic foods support wildlife, help combat climate...

Menopausal memory loss and brain fog

Menopausal memory loss and brain fog Menopausal memory loss and brain fog are common symptoms of the peri-menopause. This leads many women to become concerned they are getting early onset...

Gratitude To Relieve Stress

I came across gratitude journaling several years ago and admittedly thought it was a bit out there. Then last year I read an article all about it and decided to...

Breakfasts to keep you full till lunch

Starting the day right Last months blog was all about balancing blood sugar levels, so I wanted to follow on from this with a blog about starting the day in...

Tired, gaining weight, cravings……..let’s talk about sugar

Poor concentration, hormonal fluctuations, low energy levels or energy fluctuations, poor sleep, low mood, weight gain, cravings for carbohydrates and sweet foods can all be associated with poor blood sugar...
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