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Nutrition

4 Ways to Become More Sugar Savvy

Sugar is a contributing factor to the obesity crisis. It is everywhere and can be very hard to distinguish what foods it is in. Simply because sugar has various names and can be tricky to spot on food labels. It… Continue Reading →

5 Reasons Why Tea Is Good For You

The British drink approximately 100 million cups of tea daily, which is almost 36 billion per year. It’s no shock when most of us love nothing more than a hot and comforting cuppa. From needing a push to get out of bed… Continue Reading →

How too much caffeine at work can affect your body

Most of us rely on a cup of coffee to get us going in the morning or to boost our energy levels throughout the day. The UK consumes a shocking 95 million cups of coffee a day! But caffeine does… Continue Reading →

What happens to your body when you eat too much sugar

Let’s be honest, we all love a sweet treat. In the UK, women are advised to have 90g of sugar a day (not including any natural sugars that are found in fruit and veg etc…), and men 120g per day…. Continue Reading →

The Best Healthy Snacks Choices in the Workplace

Snacking can’t be helped when we sit at our desks for over eight hours a day. However, eventually those snacks add up, and all of a sudden, the weight can start to pile on. Creating healthy snacks for work is… Continue Reading →

How to reduce your salt intake

The Department of Health estimates that if we could reduce our average salt intake from 8g per day to 6g per day, we could prevent more than 8,000 premature deaths from heart attacks and stroke. High consumption of salt is… Continue Reading →

Make a change and try Dry January

The festive season can often result in lots of indulgences, especially alcohol related. Why not take a break this month and participate in Dry January? Dry January is the UK’s one-month booze-free challenge where you can save money and feel… Continue Reading →

Change your unhealthy habits this New Year

The festive season is full of unhealthy habits from excessive eating to binge drinking… Did you know that a shocking one in four adults are affected by obesity? Or that one in six young people eat fast food twice a… Continue Reading →

Creating a healthier future for the corporates of tomorrow

Diabetes UK revealed that there are nearly 7,000 children and young adults under 25 with type 2 diabetes in England and Wales. Shockingly, this is about 10 times the number reported before. The startling figures combines the numbers of children seen… Continue Reading →

Maintaining healthy habits over the festive period

The Christmas and New Year holidays are almost here! So make sure to keep up your healthy habits! This is a time to relax, spend time with the family and visit relatives. But it can also become a very stressful… Continue Reading →

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